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Acer Nitro 5 15.6" IPS, Ryzen 5  3550H, RX 560X 4GB, 8GB of DDR4, 1TB HDD Gaming Laptop - £539.10 @ AO (with code)
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Acer Nitro 5 15.6" IPS, Ryzen 5 3550H, RX 560X 4GB, 8GB of DDR4, 1TB HDD Gaming Laptop - £539.10 @ AO (with code)

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Posted 20th Sep

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Decent laptop for the price.
KEY FEATURES
  • AMD Ryzen 5 3550H Quad Core Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD IPS Level Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
  • 1000GB HDD
  • Dedicated AMD Radeon RX 560X 4GB Graphics
  • USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth
  • Backlit Keyboard
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The gtx 1650 version is far, far superior for £50 more.
Letstu20/09/2019 14:27

The gtx 1650 version is far, far superior for £50 more.


One far to many
Well technically a far short! As gtx 1050 and 1050ti are also superior to the 560x AND the newer version has a smaller but much faster NVMe SSD! and potentially better thermals due being newer tech.

Seems a couple of fars worth of benefits for £50 to me!!

This is a reasonable price for what it is, but really needs to be compared with on board gfx systems which are closer to the £400 mark. As an eg I’m not sure there would be a huge difference between this and the 3500u from Ebuyer for£400?

This is a low price for this particular model though !
Letstu20/09/2019 14:27

The gtx 1650 version is far, far superior for £50 more.



The RX560 beats the 1050 Ti and thrashes the 1050, so I would say this is a good deal. The 1650 is better but I wouldn't even say far better

game-debate.com/gpu…4GB

I have a 1050 TI and play most games at 2k resolution without a problem. So no way can this be compared to a £400 laptop with onboard graphics. The graphics card makes a huge difference when playing deep thinking games - even something like CIV where you think it should be the processor doing most of the work and even if not using it for games it is far better when using graphics intensive applications - cad/cam; video or graphics editing.

Adding SSD drive to Acer Nitro: windowscentral.com/how…ro-
Edited by: "fiqqer" 20th Sep
Letstu20/09/2019 15:39

Well technically a far short! As gtx 1050 and 1050ti are also superior to …Well technically a far short! As gtx 1050 and 1050ti are also superior to the 560x AND the newer version has a smaller but much faster NVMe SSD! and potentially better thermals due being newer tech. Seems a couple of fars worth of benefits for £50 to me!! This is a reasonable price for what it is, but really needs to be compared with on board gfx systems which are closer to the £400 mark. As an eg I’m not sure there would be a huge difference between this and the 3500u from Ebuyer for£400? This is a low price for this particular model though !


Just wondering where you can find that model for £59 more from or the options of places ? Thanks
Gunner4Life20/09/2019 20:34

Just wondering where you can find that model for £59 more from or the …Just wondering where you can find that model for £59 more from or the options of places ? Thanks



Here, back in stock soon, hopefully
Tacavas20/09/2019 20:39

Here, back in stock soon, hopefully



Thanks I’m still searching for a laptop good enough for photo and video editing mainly.

Thanks
Edited by: "Gunner4Life" 20th Sep
Letstu20/09/2019 14:27

The gtx 1650 version is far, far superior for £50 more.


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Does anyone know if this acer model has a 144Hz display or 60Hz as asus and amazon really didn't help make it obvious
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