New ASUS Notebook How to upgrade BIOS? What is an ODM?

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Welcome to the ASUS FAQ! Here the common questions for ASUS notebooks and ASUS in general will be answered as accurate as possible by your fellow forum members as well as a moderator, or two!

Remember this FAQ is still being updated as frequently as possible, and without the helpful suggestions and additions by forum members, this wouldnt have been possible. That being said, feel free to Private Message me or any of the ASUS moderators (AuroraS, Goren,Jason and Mujtaba) if you want to add something. Of course, credit will be included.


Due to constant and uneccessary anger in the Forum I have decided to put a short list of rules which I hope people can abide by.

BUT first a welcome to all new members who read this..I hope you can find the information you need to maximise your ASUS laptop experiance!
1) This is/should be a open welcoming forum..where new people and old wise guys can come to discuss and ask questions about ASUS notebooks.

2) This means that its quite possible that the same question will be asked more than once (replaceable GPU anyone?) While this maybe annoying its not the end of the world, users you have the choice to NOT reply…if you DO feel the need to reply then:
a) say something nice
b) gently suggest the search feature for more info

3) On the flipside new users please have a read through the FAQs first….and or try a search for the info you want this will often be the quickest way to find info and will help keep the forum more manageable through less repeat posts.

4) Personal attacks or disagreements are not for the forum…nor are expansive personal rants in posts…it clogs the forum which in turn reduces the effectiveness of the search feature. So if you take offense at someones post then contact them directly (im) or report the post to the mods. From now on all personally directed posts will be removed.

5) Take a chill pill. The world doesnt reside inside this forum…if its making you upset maybe thats a good time to switch off the pc and take a walk outside or something.

I think that should just about do it…not quite the 10 commandments =)

Thanks for reading and please play nice

The ASUS satisfaction thread :
To the new buyers : Please post your opinion about your purchase here.

Table of Contents

1. ASUS General

a Who is ASUS?

b. What is an ODM?

c. Why buy an ASUS?

d. Interesting Information about ASUS

e. How to contact ASUS
f. Built On? ENSEMBLE?

g. ASUS resellers?

h. What about the warranty?

i. How do I buy (insert ASUS notebook here)?

j. Dead Pixels?!??!

k. Vista Upgrade
l. Vista Drivers

2.General ASUS notebook inquiries

a. Can my (insert ASUS notebook here) be upgraded?

b. Can the video card on my (insert ASUS notebook here) be upgraded?

c. But it is removable/PCI-Express!

d. Omega? ATi modded? Stock drivers? Huh?
e. Matte Screens vs Glossy Screens

f. Undervolting?

g. Battery Calibration?
h. Whats in a name?
i. How do I upgrade BIOS?
j. Ok, I have a barebone, how do I build it?
k. How do I upgrade my RAM?
l. ASUS Benchmarks

1a. Who is ASUS?

If you check your desktop computers, most of the time, it is an ASUS motherboard. From January 2004 to January 2005, ASUS shipped 40 million motherboards, which means one out of every 4 desktop PCs sold last year is based on ASUS motherboards. For the last 4 years, the elusive Technology site, Toms Hardware guide has listed ASUS as the top maker of Motherboards 4 years in a row, and tops in Graphic cards for the last two years. Not only that, they make various sorts of devices from Pocket PCs, to wireless cards, to, of course, notebooks.

When you think of
1c. Why buy an ASUS?

Well why not? Not only is ASUS ranked in the top 5 ODM companies in the world, their reputation in quality is second to none. They have small and slim 12.1″ laptops, to sexy, portable and light 14.1″ laptops, Affordable yet slick gaming 15.4″ laptops, to full media center 17″ laptops. With unbeatable quality, customization and unheard of customer service(From various dealers for barebones, and ASUS for ENSEMBLE units arent shabby neither)

From DigiTimes IT News

Asustek currently has notebook orders from Apple computer, Sony, Samsung Electronics and JVC, the sources indicated.

Asustek has forecast that it will ship four million notebooks this year, with 1.5 million going to the OEM/ODM segment.


March 10 2005. iF Design Awards won by ASUS

On March 10, 2005, the ASUS W1 notebook took home the iF Gold Award. It is the first time in iFs 50-year history that a Chinese company won this distinguished honor. In addition, ASUS also received four honorable mentions for the V6 notebook, MyPal A730 Pocket PC, SDRW-0804P DVD rewriter and P505 PDA phone, making this years iF award ceremony the coming-out party of a new industrial design giant.

• We all know, Asus is the No.1 of the Desktop Motherboard manufacturer in the world. Why ASUS is the No. 1, Quality and Quality Control is the main reason. Please reference Asus Corporate Mission. ASUS made some models for SONY, Apple and IBM.

• Asustek received volume orders for 12.1-inch OEM notebooks from Sharp
Original date: 2005/1/17, Source said.
Sharp has increased its outsourcing of electronics products from Taiwan, placing orders with Asustek Computer for the manufacture of a 12.1-inch slim-type notebook. (It was modified by Asus S5N model.)

Asustek may produce about 30,000 12.1-inch notebooks for Sharp, who will unveil the model in Japan on January 21, the paper said, adding that the contract project may carry over to include another 12.1-inch model and one 10.6-inch notebook in the near future.

• Asustek to begin volume shipments of 17-inch notebooks to Sony in 2H
Original date: 2004/6/9, Source said.
Motherboard maker Asustek Computer has reportedly received orders for 17-inch wide-screen notebooks from Sony, with volume shipments to begin in the second half of this year, according to sources at Taiwanese notebook makers.

• Asustek likely to land OEM notebook orders from IBM
Original date: 2004/2/23, Source said.
After becoming an OEM notebook contract maker for Sony and Apple Computer, Asustek Computer is expected to land notebook orders from IBM.

Asustek and IBM are expected to soon finalize an initial order for up to several hundred thousand units a year, with deliveries starting in the second half, the report said.

Sources at Asustek declined to comment on the report but are confident that the company will be able to ship about three million notebooks in 2004, according to the paper.

• Asustek passes Wistron to become third-largest notebook maker in Taiwan
Original date: 2004/1/9, Source said.
Asustek Computer shipped between 1.85 million and 1.9 million notebooks in 2003, more than doubling from 900,000 units in 2002 and propelling the company past Wistron to rank as Taiwans third-largest notebook maker, sources said.

• Asustek replaces Acer as a larger notebook vendor in China in 3Q
Original date: 2004/11/7, Source said.
Asustek Computer shipped 29,200 notebooks in China in the third quarter, replacing Acer as the sixth-largest notebook vendor in the domestic market, according to data from the China Center for Information Industry Development (CCID), as cited by Chunghwa Information & Communication Technology (ICT).

1e. How to contact ASUS

For support, go here:

1f. Built On? ENSEMBLE?

ASUS has two main lines of notebooks, Built On and ENSEMBLE. Built On units come from Taiwan as barebones. The Chassis, LCD Screen, Motherboard and GPU. It then is sent to resellers where they are sold to consumers after we customize it to our needs. We can pick out own processor, Wireless card, Optical drive, RAM and Hard Drive. This type of notebook sales are one of the main reasons ASUS is so popular and is rising rapidly, as it gives us a freedom to choosing a notebook, from 12″, to 15.4″ and soon 17″ to match our needs, whether we are a student, a traveler, or a photographer. However, the warranty is from the dealer and not from ASUS, but at times, resellers have a better customer service!

ENSEMBLE is ASUSs premiere line, where everything is included and is not customizable. This line is usually more expensive as it is the top of the line high quality machines made by ASUS and engineered and designed to be the best. From the slim v6 to the Media Center known as the W2, everything is included, The Windows OS(In a recovery style disc), a case, a mouse, 2 years of international warranty and a great notebook. Note this is usually for Europe and Asia, in North America, it is a standard 1 year, and may or may not include freebies. However, as of Q4 of 2006, All the Merom(Core 2 Duo) ENSEMBLE units will include a 30 day Zero Dead Pixel policy, a Mouse and a Bag, as well as a full 2 year international warranty.

Barebones are sold by resellers. Why? Because barebones let us customize it to what we want, how we want. And ASUS would of had alot of work in its hands if it wanted to build them themselves, but instead they opted to sell barebones to smaller dealers/resellers and let them sell the full units. This not only made the barebones cheaper, they are FULLY customizable. Smaller stores also tend to have greater customer service, and they are real people living in that city, who knows what they are talking about.

The warranty for Built On units are different for most resellers but the constant is that 1 year of warranty on labour and parts are included on the base price. There is more but of course, costs more. For barebone units, the warranty for the barebone is from ASUS, the HD, RAM, etc. is from the manufacturers of the parts and your reseller acts as the middle person who RMAs, and helps you out instead of doing it yourself – which is a chore for some places!

The new warranty(As of Q4 2006) for ENSEMBLE units in North America is an 2 year International warranty on parts and labour. There is an option to add 1 more year of North American warranty for a fee, and is valid in N.A. only, with the first year being global. Check out ASUS support site for more info and locations of their service depot, at

1i. How do I buy (insert ASUS notebook here)?

There are lots of resellers that are official resellers but also others who are not. Here is a list of all the resellers generously compiled and created by djembe over at


THE Vista Express Upgrade Thread
Below is all you need to know about Microsofts Vista Express Upgrade as it pertains to your new Asus notebook.

I, like many others have grown tired of answering the same questions over and over (at no fault of those asking), but because the questions are being posed in various off topic threads, others cant easily pick up on them. For that reason Im going to start this thread and include some basic information…. read it, understand it, follow it… get your upgrade! Feel free to drop me a line if you dont understand or they throw back some lanuage you find confusing… If you follow the steps below you should do just fine.

If you purchased an Asus system which has a full version of XP (Home, Tablet, MCE, Professional) in one form or another (Notebook, Tablet, UMPC), on or after 10/26/2006 you can get this upgrade.


When you get on the page youll be asked what language and country youre from. Then youll click on the big “Windows Vista” button on the bottom. From there youll be asked what version and language OS you currently have. When you make that choice, youll then be given the options below depending on the OS you have.

When you go through the options, you can pick either 32bit or 64bit. Basically these are the options you have depending on the OS you got with your system:

Windows XP Home Edition:
Upgrade to Vista Home Basic 32bit – $65.00 USD
Upgrade to Vista Home Premium 32bit -$95.00 USD <– If your system can handle it, its totally worth the extra $30.

Windows XP Professional Edition:
Upgrade to Vista Business 32bit – $0.00 USD
Upgrade to Vista Business 64bit – $0.00 USD <– Good idea if you have a 64bit Core 2 Duo CPU but wont update for a while. 64bit drivers will be scarce for a while, so I wouldnt suggest installing this till maybe the fall or later… but will be nice to have for the future..

Windows XP Tablet PC Edition:
Upgrade to Vista Business 32bit – $0.00 USD
Upgrade to Vista Business 64bit – $0.00 USD

Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005:
Upgrade to Vista Home Premium 32bit – $0.00 USD

There is NO Option to upgrade to Vista Ultimate (which I believe will come in 32 and 64bit, and is basically ALL of the added stuff in the business OS plus the media center side of Home Premium)

From there, youll need to pick your model from the drop down list, enter the serial number off the bottom of your computer, enter the Certificate of Authenticity (COA) number (14 digits) off your windows sticker, which is also under the system. Then youll simply put the date thats on the invoice you got with your notebook in as the “date of purchase”. After you complete that order, youll get some form of order number. Youll then need to send them a copy of the invoice you got from your dealer by means of fax or emailed .pdf. Its probably a good idea to mark the order number given at the end of the vista order process on the invoice you send them so that they can easily match up the information. After they confirm your invoice you should see an “Order Confirmed” messasge under order status when you log back into the site. This should occur within a week of you forwarding the invoice.

Microsofts Vista Fulfillment Center says you will receive your Vista upgrade within 6-8 weeks from your order completion (this is when you get your invoice in to them), after the OS is released in your country and barring any sort of software shortage. So, since itll be released in two (2) weeks from now, its possible you wont receive it until April 1st or later.

The paper that is included in your notebook box is simply a form letter explaining the upgrade and how it will work. They were printed before Microsoft got their stuff together. Forget everything youve heard or read to date – and anything that seems confusing on the upgrade site. Take what Ive said above and just go with it… youll be fine.

For good measure, there are three other threads that have these questions have been asked and answered over the last few weeks… you may like to glance over them:

For discussion, the original thread is here:

Thanks to Justin from PROPortable for writing the guide.

1l. Where can I find the Vista drivers for ASUS notebooks?

The thread is here:

Thanks to Ken from GentechPC for compiling and finding them, as well as various others for finding them.

2a. Can my (insert ASUS notebook here) be upgraded?

Like most notebooks in the market, the RAM, Hard Drive, wireless card and the Optical Drive is the easiest to upgrade, just unscrew them out and put something new in. The processor is also possible as long as it is in the same family and same socket, but is a bit more advanced. The GPU, or video card, is the hardest of the bunch with perhaps alot of physical modifying of the GPU unit. The Optical drive is tricky, since it needs a Bezel to merge itself within the OD tray, as if a 3rd party OD is inside, the plate is abnormal looking. Normally, ASUS makes two kinds of Optical Drive for most of their laptops – one a regular Combo DVD/CDRW and a DVD+-Dual drive. The warranty void issue is a big one, as there is no written rule for what is tolerated, but in the end it would be safe to assume that replacing the HD/Ram if a repair was needed when shipped back is the safest way.


The 8 ball points to no. And unfortunately, even if the GPU is removable physically, it does need to be replaced by something else. Not only must it fit, it has to emit less heat to prevent overheating and must be modified to take in the right amount of power. Overall, its not recommended unless your warranty is over and you are skilled enough to solder and such.

Indeed you can take it out. But as mentioned above, you must find something to fit inside the notebook chassis, and it has to work – without overheating or burning the notebook.

The drivers for dedicated video cards such as the 6600 Go on the z71v and the x700 on the z70v have stock drivers, meaning their drivers are stock, they are by and been installed , and they are made by nVidia/ATi. However, there has been alot of people”modifying” the drivers so that the GPU will perform better and is better then the stock drivers in various ways. However, being open source and publically released, it is a bit risky, but at times, Omega drivers(A pretty awesome mod driver), and modded drivers give extra performance, compatibility and overall is better.

Matte screens are the traditional LCD screens, while Glossy screens are the ones with a reflective mirroring which boosts the vivid colours and light. ASUS has three types of screens, Matte which is the regular screens and are often not mentioned, ColourShine which is their Glossy reflective screens with enchanced and vibrant colours and lastly, Crystal Shine which is a screen, could be either Matte or ColourShine(For example the W2v is a ColourShine with CrystalShine and the v6v is matte but with CrystalShine) and adds higher brightness and rich color contrast to the screen.

Definition of ColourShine/CrystalShine from ASUS themselves:

Crystal Shine LCD Technology
Crystal Shine LCD Technology makes ASUS notebooks screens brighter and more vivid. Movies and images that are more vibrant. Text is clearer and easier to read.

Color Shine LCD Technology
With Color Shine LCD Technology images are displayed with increased higher contrast. Blacks are blacker, whites are whiter. Movies, pictures, and games are displayed in their natural brilliant and vibrant colors for a more realistic and immersive experience.


Yes, ASUS has quite a confusing naming system for their laptops, but heres a general breakdown.

As shown above, it is an example of the Z series.

Heres a quite long and intensive breakdown of all ASUS laptops, the info is compiled by Androo and hiomin.


Note: not all models are available in the United States, this is a global list.

“Digital Home” : These laptops are at the breaking edge of portability and multimedia capabilities. These models are the exceptionally thin and light versions of typical media centers.

Capable Tasks include: Higher level gaming, video and audio playback/editing, and web browsing

Models include: W1, W2 series

“Personal Entertainment Center” : ASUS considers these laptops “Multimedia Stations for Room-to-Room Enjoyment.â€� Similarly to the w series, the A5 is smaller in size than the A7 series.

Capable Tasks include: (Similar to the “Digital Home”) Higher level gaming, video and audio playback/editing, and web browsing.

Models include: A5, A7 series

“Superior Mobility” : This is Asuss line of ultra portables. These laptops are less than 14.1 inches and often weigh far less than 5 pounds.

Capable Tasks: Low functionality gaming, video and audio playback, and web browsing.

Models include: M5, S2, S3, S5, U5, W5, W6 series

Business� : This laptop series is Asuss mainstream (15.4�) portable line. These laptops are large enough to be used as a primary machine or small enough to carry to classes / office meetings. Asuss power4gear technology allows for longer battery life unplugged.

Capable tasks include: Audio and Video playback/editing, moderate gaming, and web-browsing.

Models include: A3, A6, L4, M6 series

Performance� : These laptops are meant for stationary use and occasional travel. They are equipped with either intels power hogging: Pentium 4 or AMDs powerful athlon 64 processor. These computers also utilize atis older AGP mobility radeon series. Because of increased performance and battery life, these power hogs are soon to be obsolete.

Capible Tasks: Gaming (with higher performance), video and audio playback, and web browsing. Short battery life.

Models include: A2, A4, L5 series

Portability� : Asuss version of the thin and light notebook (14.1-15�) weight is also a determining factor of this category. These computers vary in power and battery life, and can be larger rival of the ultra portable series, or a smaller version of the mainstream line.

Capable Tasks: Mid-Upper level Gaming, video and audio playback/editing and web browsing

Models include: A8, M2, M3, M9, V6, W3 series

The First Letter: W

The W in this model number is the chassis style. There are many versions of notebook chassis such as: the “W” series, the “V” series the “A” series and the “M” series.

Each chassis has specific benefits and features. Examples include: thinness, construction of carbon fiber, etc.

Although this is an over simplification, it is a good starting point. You will see that there is a lot more to the first letter than simply a chasis type or style. In fact, this is the most confusing part of the model number system. You will see what I mean when I break it down into the Asus categories.

Now, heres where the exceptions come in:

Although two models may have the same starting number, Asus has still taken the liberty to separate them into different categories. Now this may seem odd, but it makes quite a bit of sense.

To clarify: Concentrating on the popular “W” series, lets take a look at the W2J and the W3J. Although they share similar builds, they are not placed in the same categories due to size differences. The W2J is a 17″ multimedia machine while the W3J is a thin and light laptop. It is not a good idea to classify them in the same group.NOTE: A fourth additional letter can be found in specific models. A prime example is the A7 series from the portable entertainment center category. Rather than create a customizable version of each series, ASUS created lower, middle and higher end models of each. This changes the model number from the A7J (which is a model in itself) to a A7Jb or A7Jc. Often these differing models may offer a better video card or another upgrade such as a larger hard drive as well.

Breakdown of an Example Unit, the ASUS W3j

The First Letter: W

The W in this model number is the chassis style. There are many versions of notebook chassis such as: the “W” series, the “V” series the “A” series and the “M” series.

Each chassis has specific benefits and features. Examples include: thinness, construction of carbon fiber, etc.

Although this is an over simplification, it is a good starting point. You will see that there is a lot more to the first letter than simply a chasis type or style. In fact, this is the most confusing part of the model number system. Because there is so many different types of areas a laptop can specialize in, there is no single model base that a laptop belongs in. To make it even more complicated, ASUS North America tends to rename the unit.

Though, there are exceptions:

Although two models may have the same starting number, Asus has still taken the liberty to separate them into different categories. Now this may seem odd, but it makes quite a bit of sense.

To clarify: Concentrating on the popular “W” series, lets take a look at the W2J and the W3J. Although they share similar builds, they are not placed in the same categories due to size differences. The W2J is a 17″ multimedia machine while the W3J is a thin and light laptop. It is not a good idea to classify them in the same group.

The Second Digit of the W3J: 3

This number differentiates between other various models of the same chassis type. The 3 in W3J separates it from the W2j and the W1J. Generally these numbers have to do with differing screen size.

This is where it gets weird. The W2J is the largest (17″) “W” while the W3J is the smallest (14″), and the W1J (15.4″) will be in-between. WHY IS THAT? You would think the W1J would be the smallest, while the W3J would be the largest. Why is the largest one in the middle?

Now, I am guessing that when ASUS created their first ensemble models in the “W” series, the first model made was the 15.4″ version, the second was the 17″ version and the third was the 14.1″ version. Thus the order of W1, W2 and W3. (Please correct me if I am wrong, just an assumption). The size of the number does not correlate with the screen size in this case.

3rd digit (letter): J

This my friends is the easiest to explain. This is the chipset type. A good example again is the difference between the W3V and the W3J. The W3V is the Pentium-M chipset while the W3J is the Core Duo chipset. Another popular example: V6J versus the V6V.

The most commonly used suffixes are:

Pentium M(Centrino) generation:
–v : dedicated graphics
–a : Intergrated graphics

Core Duo Generation:
–j : dedicated graphics
–f : intergrated graphics

The rest of the suffixes are shown below:

J—- : Core Duo/Core 2 Duo with dedicated graphics[/i]
P—-: Performance(?) Dedicated graphics
F—- : Core Duo/Core 2 Duo
R—- : Celeron M
V—- : Pentium M 700[/i]
G—- : Pentium M 700 ( ? )
L—- : Pentium M 715-765
E—- : Pentium M 740
N—- : Pentium M 855
D—- : AMD Turion 64
K—- : AMD Turion 64 ( ? ) (Could this be the low watt version ?)
U—- : AMD Turion 64 (another wattage difference?)

To upgrade it easily, check ASUSs support site:

2j. Ok, I have a barebone, how do I build it?

There are plenty of Assembly guides, but for a basic outline on a few units, check this out:
2k. Ram Upgrading!

There are two slots for RAM on the units, one at the bottom of the notebook, really easy to find, unscrew the cover and it will be there. The other piece is harder, heres an easily step by step guide(Note this applies to most but not all models):

Its under the keyboard.

Just do this:

1. Turn off notebook, flip it over
2. Unscrew the screws marked K, should be two
3. Flip it over, open the lid
4. Take a credit card(or a hard plastic card of some sort) and press down on the 4 tabs that are located at the top of the keyboard(Usually above Esc-F1-F2, F5-F6, F10-F11 and Prt-Sc-Ins)
5. Keyboard should pop up at an angle
6. Place KB face down on wristpad and look for the RAM(Should be right there).

To take off the RAM, unlock it by pressing the metal(aluminum?) tabs, it should pop halfway at a 45 degree angle.

To put back the RAM, place the contacts in first at a 45 degree angle, then press down and lock it back into place.

Original thread and further discussion can be found here:


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