ASUS has unveiled yet another software update for their gaming handheld device, the ROG Ally. Building upon the December 2023 release, which introduced Gyroscope control settings and various fixes, this latest update brings significant enhancements.
The recent update, Armory Crate SE (ACSE) 1.4.10, follows the distribution of GPU driver BIOS 336 and v31.0.22023.6003 over two weeks ago. BIOS 336, in particular, aims to update authentication keys for the upcoming Windows 11 24H2 update.
Moreover, GPU driver v31.0.22023.6003 addresses issues such as errors in EA Sports FC 24 Trial and Bluetooth headphone functionality when connected to an external monitor.
Armory Crate SE (ACSE) 1.4.10 introduces several updates, including:
- Addition of Quick Manual Mode customization options for SPL, SPPT, and FPPT in Command Center.
- Ability for users to enable Gyro feature on multiple buttons.
- Addition of “Do not show again” option to popups.
- New Game Profile Operating Mode set to “Unassigned” by default to prevent issues when changing global Operating Mode via Command Center.
Additionally, AMD has rolled out AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) feature to improve frame rates during gaming sessions. Given that the ROG Ally utilizes AMD Ryzen Z1 APU, anticipation surrounds the potential integration of this feature, with ASUS already poised to provide support.