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ASUS TUF Gaming FX505DT 15.6 inches FHD 144Hz Laptop GTX 1650 4GB Graphics (AMD Ryzen 5-3550H/8GB RAM/512GB PCIe SSD/Windows 10/Stealth Black/2.20 Kg), FX505DT-AL106T

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About this item

  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5-3550H processor, 2.1GHz Base speed (6MB cache, up to 3.7GHz)
  • Memory & Storage: 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM upgradeable upto 32GB RAM with| NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR5 4GB VRAM Graphics| Storage: PCIe NVMe 512GB M.2 SSD
  • Display: 15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 144Hz Anti-Glare IPS-level Panel with 45% NTSC
  • Operating System: Pre-loaded Windows 10 Home with lifetime validity
  • Design & battery: 6.5mm Thin bezel | Laptop weight 2.20kg | Lithium battery 3-Cell
  • Hypercool Technology: Anti-Dust Cooling | Powerful Dual Fan Design | HyperFan| Patented Trapezoid-cut Lid
  • Keyboard: Highlighted WASD key group| All-zone RGB Backlight| 20 Million Key Presses | 1.8mm Key Travel| 0.25mm Keycap Curve| Overstroke Technology| HyperStrike technology

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    The new NanoEdge design has a slimmer-than-ever 6.5mm bezel for extremely engaging visuals in a much more compact package. ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 features an ultrafast 144Hz IPS-level panel for supersmooth gameplay with minimal motion blur. Wide-view technology ensures consistent colors when you’re looking at the screen from extreme angles.











    ASUS-exclusive HyperCool technology consists of the Anti-Dust Cooling (ADC) system and HyperFan to ensure exceptional cooling during gaming marathons. Cooling is also improved by the patented trapezoid-cut lid and intelligent parallel fan placement.






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    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 11 June 2019
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    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 29 January 2020
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Best Gaming laptop for 50k- entry level, budget gamers this machine is for you.
    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 29 January 2020
    I plan to give a detailed review here but before that some important points in general.
    1. If you're looking for a credible review of this laptop, then try Asus-TUF-Gaming-FX705DT review at notebook check. It's for the 17-inch version of this model, but trust me the performance remains same.
    2. Much thanks to the authors of many other amazon reviews here which enabled my purchase with confidence.
    3. bit of an advice for all laptop buyers. always look for bundled offers while purchasing laptops. extended warranty offer of 1+2 year for 2500 rupees is gold. every laptop I’ve seen had its screen or some other part replaced in the first 2 years. a full hd screen costs about 8k in an authorized service centre. then there is partner offers from intel and Nvidia, probably free games and software. most of these bundles had to be claimed during the purchase or within 10/30 days of the purchase. so, research carefully and ask the seller for an invoice with product serial number included as soon as the item is delivered.
    4. if you got anything useful from this review then upvote it, so that more people can see it easily. if there is any mistakes or confusion, drop a comment below the review from amazon website (no comment option in the app I believe). I will try my best to correct it.
    5. If you want my review of fx505dt only, skip next two paragraphs.
    Now I don't expect everyone to read this review till end because time is a valuable factor. Here is my final word about this product. It's the best buy for a budget of 50k and below. I got it for 50k at special sale on Jan 2020. I guess its price will drop a bit more in coming sales because newer models with 1660ti and next gen amd processors are launching soon.
    Confused with Y540, NITRO, PAVILION 15?
    don't buy pavilion. It's out of question. Nitro got metal but also mid fan setup and heat issues. Y540 is in my opinion the best but the price should be the deciding factor. Go for y540 or nitro if the price difference to tuf fx505 is less than 8k. Paying any higher than that is not significantly worth it since you are still getting a 1650 gpu and a mediocre display. (even if you're playing at high/medium settings, having a 92% to 100% sRGB value display makes lot of difference. Even I was once in denial about the need for better displays, so I’m sure it's the kind of thing you need to see for yourself to believe) Shell out a few more bucks and go for a 1660ti at those price brackets. Current scenario 60k to 80k price bracket don't offer much 1660ti options but I guess it will change soon.
    Next part of my review talks about tuf fx505dt 512gb SSD version. What I did are - stress test on CPU+ GPU simultaneously, test 512gb SSD, play Witcher 3, assassin's Creed Odyssey, gta5.
    Build & appearance - plastic build, lid has some metal like pattern, can't open lid with one hand. Maybe because it doesn't have hdd weight. Lid logo won't light up. Overall laptop size and weight is okay, but not comparable to light weight. Lid closed, the laptop hides the gamer identity very well. But lid open, the plethora of stickers on the right side of track pad doesn't help much. And also, there is a Russian tattoo look like tuf logo printed far right end. Still it doesn't scream like predators while booting. So, I say it can mix well with office.
    Noise & heat - one shared main heat pipe and one small heat pipe for gfx card. There is no side vent. Fans are at both ends, and has good rpm also. Noise levels at silent and performance modes are tolerable but turbo noise will be irritating to others. Still less fan noise than predator series. Heating is negligible, when gaming you feel a bit warm on the keyboard than it was while silent. But that's it, keyboard won't get any more warm or hot as it gets on some i7 or i5 laptops after half hour or 1-hour mark. Thermals are really good. I have seen the thermals of fx504, so I don't believe its Asus credit, but low power consumption of amd CPU and Turing architecture gpu might be the reason.
    Display & speakers - display is from panda and model no. LM156LF-GL03. It's a 120hz ips panel with nearly sRGB 64% and adobeRGB 44%. so, it's a budget panel, do not compare it with high end models. There is no PWM and brightness is about average 220 nits, so won’t do much good outdoors. During gaming bright reds feel like orangish and all blue appear somewhat greyish. But it's much better than TN panels and 120 hz gives a buttery smooth feeling for the eyes if you are ready to lower the settings. I played gta5 at full setting the fps was about 40, then I lowered the settings to high I was getting about 78 fps and it made the whole viewing experience much better. My eyes felt less strain and were restful. So, it's a personal choice. Speakers are average, nothing good ever comes from them. But they do the job when you have no headphones. You better carry headphones because in public spaces the speakers are totally useless.
    Keyboard & ports - you get a one zone RGB aura keyboard from ASUS. You can change colors using armoury crate software installed in laptop. (it's a bit tricky see note 1 below at the end of review) It's designed like a full-sized keyboard. But you can see the right side of keyboard is crammed up to fit the number pad. Overall, it's a good keyboard for the price. There is moderate flex in the middle of keyboard while typing. Port selection is underwhelming and probably the most negative aspect of this laptop. But that's how all tuf are designed. There are ports only at the left side. 1 usb 2, 2 usb 3 and the usual HDMI 2, lan ports. Kensington lock option at right side I believe. So again, it's a personal choice. I'm sure everybody is going to miss the type c port.
    Ram & SSD - my device got an 8 gb single channel 3200mhz micron ddr4 ram with a latency of 17. I guess it's a joke from ASUS. Put a 3200mhz chip in a motherboard that only support 2400mhz just because ASUS made a bulk purchase. SSD is also from micron. It's an average one also. But much better than older predator Hynix SSD. See attachment picture for read write speed benchmark.
    CPU & GPU - the best part of this laptop is the Ryzen 3550h with base clock frequency 2.1ghz to turbo frequency of 3.7ghz and the gtx1650 4gb gpu with base frequency 1400 to turbo 1560mhz. during my benchmark stress test gpu was able to hold its base frequency of 1400mhz. during gaming gpu turbo even went as high as 1870mhz. you average about 1700mhz playing Witcher 3 at highest settings. same time CPU will run at 3600 to 3700mhz during all gaming. the point is there is no significant performance drop after playing for 1-2 and more hours continuously. I tested fps and frequency in game using msi afterburner and it was showing a power limit on gpu. I don’t exactly know what it is but I guess in future updates if ASUS removes that limit the gpu can turbo more. I have read from other reviews that CPU cannot be undervolted but gpu can be undervolted or made to increase 100mhz on freq.
    Gaming -
    Witcher 3- 40 to 45 fps on ultra-settings with NVidia hairworks on and hairworks AA set to 4.
    Gta5- 35 to 40 fps with almost everything set to maximum.
    AC Odyssey- 23 to 30 fps with environmental details & volumetric clouds set to very high, fog medium, character detail ultra-high, all remaining settings high. there were minor stutters and also, I started fresh so I believe after you reach big cities the fps might drop further.
    I played for more than 3 hours continuously, I’ve never noticed temperatures of CPU going above 82C and gpu 73C.Note that I'm running single channel ram. The notebook check review said dual channel increased Odyssey ultra-setting fps. my bios is version 308. drivers all updated to date 20 Jan 2020. also, I’m using an amazonbasics ventilated laptop stand, but I don't keep it raised, in fact I’m not even using its hinge which is still folded completely like factory default model.
    Stress test - I ran prime95 and furmark simultaneously to push my system to 100 percentage loads on both CPU and GPU for 1 hour. I tried pressing f9 in furmark to take screenshots but some reason it didn’t work. maybe someone else will post screenshots later. I’m too lazy to run benchmark for another hour. notebook check review I mentioned at the start may have screenshots I believe.
    Start 3600 1500
    5 min 3450 1440
    84C 73C pow lim
    10 min 3100 1400
    86C 73C pow lim
    20 min 3075 1425
    82 73 pl
    30 min 3325 1440
    82 73 pl
    40 min 3100 1415
    86 73 pl
    50 min 3300 1440
    83 73 pl
    60 min 3325 1440
    82 72 pl
    so, to conclude in the stress test CPU got 82-86C hot while also maintaining turbo frequency of 3.1 to 3.4 GHz while the gpu was much cooler the whole test time maintaining a base frequency of 1400mhz at temperatures of 73C.
    1. the Wi-Fi experience is troubled, you'll notice Wi-Fi sometimes disconnects as soon as you connect. then sometimes Wi-Fi gets disconnected after a minute you get connected. anyway, all these issues happen within a few minutes of connecting to Wi-Fi. I think it's a problem with ASUS or tuf series.
    2. sometimes you get BSOD error when you continue the session from sleep because the SSD was put to sleep and it failed to get back online. it can be prevented by going to windows settings and changing SSD sleep state to never.
    3. the mouse pointer/cursor micro stutters sometimes when laptop is in silent mode. I’m not sure if its my item’s fault or a generic bug.
    NOTE1- to change keyboard aura effect and colors, go to armoury crate software and follow these steps – Device > system > lighting.
    Here is a little BONUS for reading to the end of review, if you buy ASUS laptop with 16 series graphics cards, ask ASUS online chat in MyAsus app to get an in-game costume in PUBG. It’s an ongoing promotion for laptops purchased till 31st Jan. There is another game bundle from AMD where you can pick between Borderlands 3 PC or Outer worlds. But for that you need a coupon code (supposed to be given with the purchase) from the seller/ASUS. don't forget to visit asuspromo website for warranty extensions within 15 days of purchase. sadly, amazon didn't allow me to include any links.
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