Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS
Still try to answer posts from North American users when I can but don't have much time as I am busy til Oct 15th or so. You can contact your local ASUS Support
@Raja: Have you ever tested any local ASUS-support anonymously? I mean, the people here are most of the time not for fun at this place. I contacted several addresses from ASUS directly , that I've could find out, and filled out the forms you have for assistance, which are for themselves buggily programmed. The answer (for adaptive voltage not working after standby) was following standard answer which consisted of: The right procedure in installing Windows and drivers, and making sure that the UEFI is up to date. Frustrating at least for the help searching admin...
If answers like this were a standard for ASUS, bombing this forum asking for help from all over the world is absolutely understandable. I know, Raja, you do a good-job in answering and calming down the masses, you are the impersonation of competent answers from ASUS. YMMV if you have the right support address, but for my part, I never succeeded.
If you look at ASUS board at https://vip.asus.com/forum
you can clearly see, how many people get (or not!) answers for questions the need. The board isn't even frequented anymore cause people don't expect anything from there...
ASUS has a great reputation for mainboards, because things were mostly working right out of the box. Things are gettings sometimes complicated with new chipsets, but I have ASUS in good memory in doing things better than the competition. This time support is needed and questions needed to be answered. You are the only official voice from ASUS, stating that fixes have been found and are being worked on. Correct me, if you have other sources, people would find competent help, just post them here
So, you are an exception. It took some time for the people to find out about you and the forum. Please raise your voice from making ASUS support better globally, I am sure many people share my opinion from all over the word! If ASUS makes its homework, life would not be only easier for you
But still thanks, and keep on doing what your doing!