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SONY VAIO VPCF233FX RENESAS USB 3.0 CONTROLLER DRIVER
Its LED-backlit display gives you bright visuals that turns gaming to an ultra-realistic experience.
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The system doesn't look flashy or anything, and being good at running games just means it's good at running anything else you can throw at it too. I get a little technical in some places here, so please feel free to ask if you've got any questions! I'm kind of trying to answer all the questions that I had about it before I bought it. In no particular order: By notebook standards it's quite good, and it also feels more solid than most notebooks. I love having a number pad, though should mention that for some reason it's not a "true" number pad.
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Contrast and viewing angles and the Sony Vaio VPCF233FX Renesas USB 3.0 Controller are way above average Anandtech's reviews of the G73 have shown it having the best contrast of any notebook screen. I should note about half of my use of the system is hooked up to a 24" monitor through an HDMI to DVI adapter, using an external keyboard and mouse. When you're just browsing the web or anything it's very quite, though what's impressive is that it doesn't really get much louder under full load. I think under load it's the quietest notebook I've ever used much quieter than my Macbook Air or previous Asus Sony Vaio VPCF233FX Renesas USB 3.0 Controller Modern Warfare 2 on it just to make sure it does okay, and it seems to hold the GPU to the upper 50s or lower 60s, and the CPU just slightly warmer than that.
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It almost always looks silky smooth. I should mention that x is over 2. Nvidia does have two GPUs that are faster than this, but still, this definitely gets the job done with room to spare. I should note that the Best Buy model of the G74 has a slightly "crippled" version of this GPU, with a bit memory interface instead of the full bit interface that the more expensive versions of the system ship with.
From everything I've read, that "crippled" version is still excellent for the price. That should be a given, but I've used more expensive notebooks than this that have bad hissing and crackling through the jack. The only way to hear crackling is if the microphone is cranked up. If I ever swap hard drives again, I'll just unplug Sony Vaio VPCF233FX Renesas USB 3.0 Controller cable from the drive, and not also from the motherboard. If you plan on doing something like that, probably all you'll want to install in terms of drivers from Asus' site are the Ethernet driver, and the "ATK" driver this is for the keyboard, to make the special function keys work, like volume up and down, screen brightness, etc.
Oh, and of course I reinstalled Asus' Blu Ray playback program too. Windows handled everything else just fine, and I got the video drivers from Nvidia. Speaking of which-one of the reasons I bought this system is it's one of the few on the market that DOESN'T use switchable graphics, and that DOES let you install Nvidia's normal video drivers, you don't have to use special modified ones from the manufacturer, that never get updated. Sony Vaio VPCF233FX Renesas USB 3.0 Controller
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I'm just running Nvidia. Many notebooks are now using the integrated graphics built in to Intel's new CPUs as the GPU, and then through fancy driver tricks trying to use a real, separate GPU for things that need it. At best, that hurts performance-you'd be stuck with the GPU having to basically send finished screen shots over the PCIe bus to the integrated graphics, which basically play it as a movie. At worst, it hurts compatibility with Sony Vaio VPCF233FX Renesas USB 3.0 Controller and other programs, introduces weird bugs, makes it harder to get driver updates, etc.
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