kamon8124, further to this thread, if you have had no success in improving your volume, its possible either an update to your alsa sound driver, or a fine tuning of your sound configuration, will help your audio/sound.
In order to know if that is the case, I need more information on your Asus F8Va-B1 laptop. Please, with your laptop connected to the internet, can you open a gnome terminal or a kde konsole, and run the following with root permissions (you may need to run this twice, the first time to update and the second time to get the result):
/usr/sbin/alsa-info.shand provide here the URL that is given to you. Just post the URL.
Also, in addition to running the script above to get the URL, please copy and paste the following into a gnome terminal or kde konsole and paste here the output:
rpm -qa | grep alsabased on that I may be able to provide some commands to update alsa and maybe to fine tune your /etc/modprobe.d/sound file.
rpm -qa | grep pulse
rpm -q libasound2