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ASUS TUF Gaming A15 AMD Ryzen 5 4600H 8GB 512GB SSD 15.6 Inch FHD 144Hz Gsync GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming Laptop £949.97 Laptops Direct
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ASUS TUF Gaming A15 AMD Ryzen 5 4600H 8GB 512GB SSD 15.6 Inch FHD 144Hz Gsync GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming Laptop £949.97 Laptops Direct

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Posted 5th May

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  • Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 4600H
  • Screen size - 15.6 Inch 1920x1080 Gsync 144 Hz IPS Screen
  • Graphics card - GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
  • RAM - 8GB
  • SSD - 512GB
  • Operating System - Windows 10
  • Warranty - 1 year warranty
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Nice but these need to drop further before I bite.
Joe90_guy05/05/2020 07:29

Nice but these need to drop further before I bite.


Agree, this is £400 more than the Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the same processor. Not sure the 144hz screen and 1660ti GPU are worth £400 extra.
8gb ram?? Gaming?? wtf.
neilmc198305/05/2020 08:43

Agree, this is £400 more than the Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the same …Agree, this is £400 more than the Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the same processor. Not sure the 144hz screen and 1660ti GPU are worth £400 extra.


Well the GPU makes a huge difference, and it's probably one of the most expensive components. I wouldn't say 144Hz is worth it for me, my laptop has it and I barely notice it tbh. But yeah this is not amazing for the price, only 8GB RAM, meh. It's okay though if you want a laptop right now.
neilmc198305/05/2020 08:43

Agree, this is £400 more than the Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the same …Agree, this is £400 more than the Lenovo Ideapad 5 with the same processor. Not sure the 144hz screen and 1660ti GPU are worth £400 extra.

This is the 4600H. The IdeaPad's had the U series of processors so not directly comparable.

The 4600H is probably much more powerful than the 4800U but not seen direct comparisons, so that's my own opinion
Edited by: "shmuli9" 5th May
shmuli905/05/2020 13:29

This is the 4600H, the Ideapads had the U series of processors so not …This is the 4600H, the Ideapads had the U series of processors so not direclty comparable. The 4600H is probably much more powerful than the 4800U but not seen direct comparisons, so that's my own opinion


The 4600H is quite a pokey chip, as good as the Intel 9750H easy & it's what I'm aiming for. I'm still waiting for the all AMD Dell G5 with the 5600M GPU with its nominal $US 800 price tag. Guessing it would already be out now had it not been for the CV pandemic.
shmuli905/05/2020 13:29

This is the 4600H, the Ideapads had the U series of processors so not …This is the 4600H, the Ideapads had the U series of processors so not direclty comparable. The 4600H is probably much more powerful than the 4800U but not seen direct comparisons, so that's my own opinion


I think the U is 25 watts and the H is 35 watts and the HW is gonna be 45 watts.
Need 16GB RAM really to qualify a gaming laptop nowadays - 8Gb struggles with certain games - I have a HP Omen and had to upgrade my RAM to 16GB, if the Ram is upgradable on this then it could be decent
MR_Psyco05/05/2020 15:59

I think the U is 25 watts and the H is 35 watts and the HW is gonna be 45 …I think the U is 25 watts and the H is 35 watts and the HW is gonna be 45 watts.


U is 15W, HS is 35W, H is 45W
Raid3n77705/05/2020 19:16

Need 16GB RAM really to qualify a gaming laptop nowadays - 8Gb struggles …Need 16GB RAM really to qualify a gaming laptop nowadays - 8Gb struggles with certain games - I have a HP Omen and had to upgrade my RAM to 16GB, if the Ram is upgradable on this then it could be decent


I have a hard time believing that 8GB would be a big issue with most games in the settings a 1660 would run them on realistically. Do note that the graphical requirements mostly strain the VRAM, and 8GB is significantly more than what consoles offer for RAM+VRAM combined. Of course there's still the fact that Windows themselves take a big chunk off of that, and 8GB is not very future proof.
shmuli905/05/2020 19:27

U is 15W, HS is 35W, H is 45W


I wasn't that far off then, that 45Watt chip is gonna be an absolute monster.
yomanation05/05/2020 19:49

I have a hard time believing that 8GB would be a big issue with most games …I have a hard time believing that 8GB would be a big issue with most games in the settings a 1660 would run them on realistically. Do note that the graphical requirements mostly strain the VRAM, and 8GB is significantly more than what consoles offer for RAM+VRAM combined. Of course there's still the fact that Windows themselves take a big chunk off of that, and 8GB is not very future proof.


Yeah. I think the same. 8GB is plenty for gaming. Of course if you run your games at the lowest possible graphics settings, to get the highest possible FPS, then it will make a difference but why would any sane person do that?
Screen ips and nits range?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Recommended Requirements
  • RAM: 12 GB

8GB is too small with some of the more intensive modern games requiring over 8GB now. If it's easy to install 8GB RAM in this laptop then it's a good deal.
For those concerned about ram and storage, both are super easy to upgrade on these TUF laptops.
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