What's Up Ally's It looks like we have a new Bios for the Asus Rog Ally. We'll break that down in this article and more.
Firstly, there's a significant update with the release of BIOS 335 for the ROG Ally. This update is now available in your Armoury Crate, as demonstrated in our video. Although the change logs are a bit sparse, sourced mainly from a Reddit post, it's clear that this update aims to address and rectify the unexpected throttling issues that were present in BIOS 330. For those who've experienced these issues, it's highly recommended to check your Armoury Crate for this update. We're also planning a follow-up video to showcase any performance differences and other changes that come with BIOS 335, so stay tuned for that. You can find more information here.
In other news, AMD recently hosted an AI event, revealing some future plans for the company. A highlight from the event is the announcement of a new AMD driver update designed to significantly improve battery life for PCs and handheld devices. The update, Adrenalin Edition 22.214.171.124, introduces a power-saving, eco-friendly mode. This new feature promises up to a 68% improvement in battery life, which is a game-changer for many users. We're eager to test this out once it's available. More information on that here.
Furthermore, this update is set to officially support "Avatar: Frontier of Pandora." For those struggling to play this game on your ROG Ally, this update could be the solution you've been waiting for. Additionally, the update is expected to bring the AMD Hyper RX Eco feature, further enhancing the performance and efficiency of your device.
We'll keep you updated and conduct thorough testing once this AMD driver is available. If you're interested in seeing the difference this new driver makes, make sure you keep an eye on our channel.