ASUS Gaming ZX553VD-DM968T Laptop - Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 15.6" Full HD Screen, Windows 10, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050 - £599.97 @ Box
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ASUS Gaming ZX553VD-DM968T Laptop - Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 15.6" Full HD Screen, Windows 10, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050 - £599.97 @ Box

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Found 10th Apr
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ASUS Gaming ZX553VD-DM968T
  • Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD Screen
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 1000GB HDD
  • No Optical Drive
  • Dedicated GeForce GTX 1050 2GB Graphics
  • USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth |
  • Red Backlit Keyboard
  • ZX553VD-DM968T
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    The GTX1050 being only 2GB makes this difficult to recommend
    A bunch of us bought the FX503 from AO last week and the TN screen is appalling. As our machines are higher spec that this, I would put money on this having the same crappy screen. As AO F'd up with the screen description, we got £100 back making a price of £609, with the GTX 1060 and 128GB SSD.
    For 1080p gaming you could easily get away with a 1050ti and a 1060 would be great to kind of future proof it a bit, but this 1050 is going to struggle straight away unless you turn the settings down a bit. Also a massive shame that there's no SSD. I have an ASUS gaming laptop and the build is great, that i5 is a crack. Good price though.
    Masteryates29 m ago

    A bunch of us bought the FX503 from AO last week and the TN screen is …A bunch of us bought the FX503 from AO last week and the TN screen is appalling. As our machines are higher spec that this, I would put money on this having the same crappy screen. As AO F'd up with the screen description, we got £100 back making a price of £609, with the GTX 1060 and 128GB SSD.


    If the screen is that bad why would you settle for £100? I don't mean you would get more, but the £100 will disappear in no time, and you will be stuck with the screen forever.

    I think if it were me I would rather return it and look for a better deal, because that screen is going to bug you every time you open that laptop. £100 or not, and that to me simply isn't worth it.

    If you could upgrade it then great, but you can't, so you will be stuck with it.
    Edited by: "ghostm4n" 10th Apr
    ghostm4n16 h, 48 m ago

    If the screen is that bad why would you settle for £100? I don't mean you …If the screen is that bad why would you settle for £100? I don't mean you would get more, but the £100 will disappear in no time, and you will be stuck with the screen forever.I think if it were me I would rather return it and look for a better deal, because that screen is going to bug you every time you open that laptop. £100 or not, and that to me simply isn't worth it.If you could upgrade it then great, but you can't, so you will be stuck with it.


    A few of us have been looking on ebay and the panels cost roughly £45. Someone should be able to fit it in an hour so that's probably the other £55. For me personally, the laptop wont be used too much this year as it was bought to replace another laptop which is slowly dying. That's good as I wont be replacing the screen until the 1 year warranty has expired.

    As I use the laptop more, the screen isn't looking as bad as it did on day 1.
    Not bad for the price. Would be excellent if it had an SSD.
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