|Nvidia graphics||Working, see below||nvidia, bumblebee|
|Graphic outputs||Not working||nvidia, bumblebee|
|Audio||Working, see below||snd_hda_intel|
|Power management||Working, see below|
CPU: Intel Core i7-2630QM @ 2.00GHz
Mainboard: Intel HM65 Express
RAM: 6GB DDR3
Display: 15,6" HD LED (1920x1080)
Graphics adapter: Intel Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller, NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M
Soundcard: Integrated Intel HDA, Bang & Olufsen speakers with external subwoofer
Network: Atheros Gigabit Ethernet Controller, Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030
Hard disk: Seagate Momentus 750GB 5400rpm SATA
Webcam: IMC Networks
There is a BIOS update (v207) on Asus support website (go to the english one if you don't find) that fix the numpad bug.
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 frequencies above 2.4GHz in /proc/cpuinfo. To see the actual frequency install .
#File: "/etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nouveau.conf". blacklist nouveau
The official proprietary nvidia drivers for linux do not support Nvidia Optimus yet, but there is a workaround in the form of Template:Package AUR. It enables the use of Nvidia graphic card via virtualgl. Just follow the instructions for setting up bumblebee in our wiki.
Bumblebee does not include power management features, you can turn it on installing Template:Package AUR, and enabling bbswitch module in /etc/rc.conf.
HDMI not working, but still testing. I'm not sure if it can work on this laptop. See https://github.com/Bumblebee-Project/Bumblebee/wiki/FAQ.
The external subwoofer is not working, investigation needed.
Follow the Synaptics guide.
USB prevents system suspend, you need to edit or create Template:Filename with:
#File: "/etc/pm/config.d/usb3-suspend-workaround". SUSPEND_MODULES="xhci_hcd ehci_hcd"
There is also a freezing bug with USB and laptop-mode when shutting down on battery. You can fix it by removing USB modules on shutdown:
#File: "/etc/rc.local.shutdown". rmmod xhci_hcd ehci_hcd
There is a bug with the screen suspend: when it wakes up, you may see a white screen, with the LEDs becoming grey. It only happens with the DPMS off command, not the DPMS suspend.