ASUS has released a host of fixes and improvements for the ASUS ROG Ally.
The latest set of updates includes fixes for a boot problem, the ability to access BIOS configuring from within Armoury Crate, alternative refresh rate options, alt and F4 compatibility to force-close games, and a temporary fix for the potential overheating problem.
Following reports of performance degradation, fried SD cards, and deadzone problems, ASUS recently said it was having trouble working out the cause of the issues. While ASUS investigates, part of the latest patch includes tweaks of the ROG Ally’s fan curves in an attempt to cool the system more than it usually needs. The logic here is that a cool system means less of a chance of damaging SD cards.
Currently, chat online isn’t sure of what’s causing SD cards to break either. The popular theories at the moment are it’s down to either heat-related problems or user error (doing something you shouldn’t).
I found my own SD card refused to mount after around 100 hours of playtime. Thankfully, there is a fix to get it working again if that’s the problem you’re having.
You can check out the patch notes in full below…
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BIOS 322 (through MyASUS on 04/07/23)
- Bug fix: Resolved an issue that caused the ROG Ally to be stuck at the boot up loading screen when users configured a password in BIOS mode.
- Modified the Ally’s fan curve from 30dBA to 35dBA in Turbo mode when plugged in, and from 25dBA to 30 dBA in Turbo mode when using the battery. Changed the minimum fan speed in Manual mode when device hits a certain temperature.
ACSE v1.2.13 (through Armoury Crate SE on 05/07/23)
- UX improvement: optimized the panel opacity, resulting in a more visually balanced display.
- New feature: Modified FPS Limiter options to “30/45/60/90/120/OFF”.
- New feature: Added BIOS and Armoury Crate configuration information under System settings.
- Bug fix: Fixed incorrect TDP values displayed on the manual mode icon.
- Bug fix: Resolved an issue when uploading images and recording for social media sharing.
- Bug fix: Resolved an issue where the error code from Armoury Crate Service tool was displayed (error code: 0xc0000142).
- New feature: Added an “Alt and F4” function in Command Center to quickly exit games and programs.
AMD iGPU driver v31.0.14058.4001 (through MyASUS on 06/19/23)
- Bug fix: Resolved some performance issues with the XG Mobile GC32 on the ROG Ally.
AMD iGPU driver v31.0.14058.3001 through MyASUS on 06/16/23)
- Bug fix: Resolved occasional touch screen malfunction when the panel refresh rate was set to 60Hz.