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ASUS TUF Gaming Laptop - RTX 2060, Ryzen 7 3750H, 16GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - £998.99 @ Ebuyer
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ASUS TUF Gaming Laptop - RTX 2060, Ryzen 7 3750H, 16GB RAM, 512 GB SSD - £998.99 @ Ebuyer

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Looks like a pretty good deal for a capable gaming laptop. Comes with a free copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. My only concern is the CPU bottlenecking the GPU. Would be interested to hear everyone's thoughts.
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These things overheat right?
Just a note to say I believe this was £888 at Amazon at the start of the month, so maybe worth waiting for it to fall to a similar price.

I missed out then but I plan on going for this when it dips again.
Same Laptop is £950 at AO.com right now if you use the code: LAPTOP50

But personally I'd look for a i7 9750h machine
Edited by: "Pauley-B" 29th Oct
hugekebab29/10/2019 14:53

These things overheat right?


Complicated subject, but it shouldn't overheat, they throttle back to stay within thermal limits. All gaming laptops do this to an extent, it's about how long it can maintain peak performance, this has 2 shared heatpipes and an extra for the GPU, so I would imagine it wouldn't be the best performer thermally, but should be.......ok...ish

It was the FX504 that really struggled
Edited by: "Pauley-B" 29th Oct
Pauley-B29/10/2019 16:08

Same Laptop is £950 at AO.com right now if you use the code: LAPTOP50But …Same Laptop is £950 at AO.com right now if you use the code: LAPTOP50But personally I'd look for a i7 9750h machine


Any suggestions?
that cpu is still based on Zen1 not zen2, so not the best performer really. Intel still wins in mobile department until zen2 cpu's come out (maybe)

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TenderChicken29/10/2019 15:22

Just a note to say I believe this was £888 at Amazon at the start of the …Just a note to say I believe this was £888 at Amazon at the start of the month, so maybe worth waiting for it to fall to a similar price.I missed out then but I plan on going for this when it dips again.



I bought the laptop at this price. It's now been returned.

The laptop isn't functional. Crashed on me multiple times in the first day, once booting to bios as it didn't recognise the drive installed.

I also couldn't find a way to make games play from the graphics card. It was constantly running on the Vega and no amount of Nvidia control or power/ general settings could change it.

Their slogan should be 'Asus - In search of functional'

I may have got a dud but looking at other reviews... i think they're all pretty similar.
Pauley-B29/10/2019 16:12

Complicated subject, but it shouldn't overheat, they throttle back to stay …Complicated subject, but it shouldn't overheat, they throttle back to stay within thermal limits. All gaming laptops do this to an extent, it's about how long it can maintain peak performance, this has 2 shared heatpipes and an extra for the GPU, so I would imagine it wouldn't be the best performer thermally, but should be.......ok...ishIt was the FX504 that really struggled


I'll tell you from my experience, it didn't overheat at all. However i'm not sure it ever used the graphics card whilst trying to use it. The fans are quiet and aren't always running, i thought it was awesome that it was running silently during normal use.
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