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Posted 2 February 2023

Refurb ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop 15.6" WQHD 2.5K 165Hz Ryzen 9 5900HX Radeon RX 6800M-12GB 1TB SSD 16GB RAM £1099.99 @ LaptopOutlet

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comes with 1 year warranty

  • AMD Ryzen 9 Processor
  • 15.6 in Screen Size , 2560 x 1440
  • 16 GB RAM , 1 TB SSD
  • AMD Radeon RX 6800M GPU
  • Windows 10 Home

  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • 12 Months Laptop Outlet Warranty (Return to Base).
  • Condition:
Certified Refurbished. They are professionally tested and restored to Factory default state. May have light cosmetic blemishes in some cases.
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  1. ray.cheung's avatar
    If you purchased, justinstall myasus on your laptop and buy 2 more years warranty. I got one refurbish one for my kid £925 last chirstmas. Still have half year warranty, and pay further £80 for the next 2 year. Total £1000.

    Have experienced with Asus before, any problem just email and they will help you immediately, including fault component and motherboard replacement.
  2. SUPERKLIKACZ's avatar
    Never buy refurbs!☝️
    pdpd's avatar
    Why not? 15day returns 1 years warranty most be pristine condition returns?
  3. wrapper's avatar
    Before you buy, consider why such a new laptop has already been refurbished...

    (hint: gaming laptops die a lot)
    pdpd's avatar

    Yeah cant imagine what they go through before they are sent back
  4. N0FrigidDeals's avatar
    No webcam (for odd work calls)
    No hardware Ray Tracing (only software), vs RTX cards.
    Soldered RAM module (limited expandibility) - HUGE minus.
    No PrintScreen Key.
    The orange/pink/purple plastic corner.

    Decent CPU with lower temps
    Good monitor (in its price range)
    Good keyboard
    I/O options
    Better battery life vs others

    As for battery life. With 'Gaming' laptops the performance is heavily reduced without it being connected to mains charger.
    As the GPU & CPU draws power the battery cannot provide over time, continuously.

    I nearly bought this from Curry's (it was on discount of £400). I'm glad that after researching it, I didn't buy it.
    pdpd's avatar
    Ram ain't soldered
  5. MANicho's avatar
    Anybody know battery life?
    Marcre's avatar
    Most laptop won't run maximum power without being charging.
    It means you won't be able to play properly games that has high quality
    graphic card.

    If you just want to watch YouTube and use it word/Excell i would definitely buy a cheaper model.

    Answering your question i would say around 3-4 hours playing. Probably double for the rest.
  6. yelsnat's avatar
    I was actually about the pull the trigger on this before Christmas, but only realised at the last second it had no webcam. I use video call quite a lot, so it was kind of a deal-breaker for me.
  7. Wombl3's avatar
    I've never been on either side when it comes to GPUs until Ray tracing came out but with the Radeons now finally getting Ray tracing with the RX range I was hopeful. Turns out it they still perform extremely poorly compared to their counterparts. It's a shame as this looks like a nice laptop.
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