ASUS released an update that degraded the performance of the ROG Ally portable gaming console

ASUS has released the 319th software for the ROG Ally game console. It turns out that the firmware has reduced the performance of the device.

This is what we know

Even before the launch, ASUS released an update that greatly improved the performance of the game console. A few days after the release, the company decided to make a tweak to BIOS 319. But it turned out to be unintentional.

The description of the update states that “the new version of the software increases performance in low power mode up to 9W”. However, after testing, it became clear that the decoder’s performance in both CPU modes (15W and 25W) actually decreased after the update.

The company has confirmed that the 319 BIOS firmware is problematic, though it has fixed some bugs. The new version of the software is no longer available for installation. Users who have installed the update have the option to roll back to the previous version using the ASUS EZ Flash utility. There is no specific time frame to fix the problem.

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