|Suspend||Working, look bellow|
CPU: Intel Core i5 450M, 2.4GHz
Mainboard: Intel HM55
RAM: 4096 MB, 2x 2048 MByte DDR3
Display: 15,6" HD LED (1366x768)
Graphics adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M - 1024 MB and Intel Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller
Soundcard: integrated Intel HDA
Network: Atheros Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network
Hard disk: Seagate Momentus 500GB 5400rpm SATA
Webcam: IMC Networks
Works out of the box.
Follow the CPU Frequency Scaling guide to enable speed-stepping. Processor has Intel Turbo Boost which works out of the box, but you can't see the frequncies above 2.4GHz in /proc/cpuinfo. To see the actual frequency use AUR.
No problems detected. VGA out and HDMI working.
The official proprietary nvidia drivers for linux do not support Nvidia Optimus yet, but there is a workaround in the form of bumblebee in our wiki. Please note that this laptop has software switch that turns Nvidia graphics card off. You can turn it on using AUR.AUR. It enables the use of Nvidia graphic card via virtualgl. Just follow the instructions for setting up
Switching graphic cards
Look at Asus_N82JV page.
In order to make integrated speakers work add to
options snd-hda-intel index=0 model=auto
alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel alias sound-slot-0 snd-hda-intel
Follow the Synaptics guide.
Working, but the picture is refreshing slowly.
The USB unbind hook is no longer necessary as of Linux 3.5.
The laptop still hangs if you disable nVidia GPU and try to suspend! However, a workaround that works with Asus N82JV consists in blacklisting nouveau. That still allows the user to power the card off in that laptop.