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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6 Graphics up to 1585MHz at 80W TGP NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6 Graphics up to 1585MHz at 80W TGP NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16
Intel Core 15-10300H quad-core processor (8MB cache, up to 4 cores) 4 cores at 5 GHz
144Hz17. IPS-Type display, 3" Full HD (1920x1080)
PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD 512GB 2 SSD | 8GB DDR4 RAM @ 2933MHz
Military-grade construction that meets MIL-STD-810H.
Windows 10 Home is included, as well as a free upgrade to Windows 11 (once it becomes available).
Questions & Answers
What are the contents of the box?
A laptop, a power adapter, and a SSD ribbon cable are all required. Everything arrived in good condition.
Why is it that the battery only lasts two hours in normal use? (without having to play) ?
Me tarda una hora y media en uso normal, y para jugar, tengo el cargador conectado y no se friza.
Is it possible to install a hard drive in addition to the ssd that comes with this?
Yes, it works with a two. SATA 1T 5400rpm HDD, 5"
Is it equipped with a 144hz display and a GTX 1650 Ti?
Yes, this model has a 144hz screen and a GTX 1650 Ti graphics card.
Selected User Reviews For ASUS TUF Gaming F17 Gaming Laptop, 17.3” 144Hz FHD IPS-Type Display, Intel Core i5-10300H, GeForce GTX 1650 Ti, 8GB DDR4, 512GB PCIe SSD, RGB Keyboard, Windows 10, Bonfire Black, FX706LI-ES53
2, Upgrade RAM is simple, and there's also room for a solid-state drive. Boots that go from cold to warm in less than 5 seconds! br>Amazing gaming performance on STEAM CS:GO: GObr>While gaming, fans spool up to a high volume to keep the GPU cool. br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>br>The logic board is exposed 45 WH lipo batterybr>Once inside the machine, you'll notice that there's enough room for another M. There are two NVMe drives and a second RAM slot available for easy upgrades. br>br>Excellent 17inch 144hz screen dims nicely!br>br>Even a full SSD slot for adding an SSD to the machine! has a variety of color modes, including low blue night modesbr>br>Sound is excellent, thanks to two vibration-isolated (rubber grommet mount) speakers inside that produce excellent volume levels. Considering their size, they produce a surprising amount of base output. design that makes use of a volume-optimized, acoustically tuned housing to boost the speaker's output dynamic range is a term that describes the range of possibilities for br>br>When the system is fully loaded and playing video games, the power brick gets extremely hot. br>br>Build quality appears to be excellent, including the heatpipe to heatsink fin cooling system on the left. hot air is blown out the back of the unit near the base of the display where it connects to the keyboard case. To keep your fingers cool, air is sucked in from the keyboard in gaming-specific zones. dry while playing Esports, etc. br>br>Value is exceptional given the hardware combination. In early 2021, build quality for $850 is hard to beatbr>br>Battery life, unsurprisingly, is mediocre given the 11. Inside the unit is a 4v 4050mah 3S lipo, which appears to be around 3. 4 hours of web browsing in Edge, or about 1 hour of battery life while playing CS:GO. GO with low settings //br>br>I like the user-upgradable design that's easy to open for cleaning or upgrading with simple basic tools that almost everyone has, such as a 00 or 000 Philips style screw driver // only one corner screw is shorter than the others that are the same length! Thank you so much, Asus! br>br>Includes bloatware that is simple to remove. M is a factor. When it comes to file transfers, 2 drives are extremely quick. br>br>Extremely fast wireless network performance latency is minimal! br>br>Very light weight or low mass of about 5 lbs, which is amazing given the size of the display, making it easily portablebr>br>Maxes out the potential of my Comcast Xfinity servicebr>br> For better ergonomics, it's easier to move around. br>br>A full keyboard with number pad makes IO a joy, though you'll want to use a mouse for gaming because gaming with the touchpad isn't ideal for fast-paced games //.
| Jul 12, 2021
From the start, the Asus TUF Gaming F17 has had video issues
For over 30 years, IT has been my source of income. Many of my computers were built from the ground up by me. My current water-based custom design Because I'm in the middle of a move, my cooled Tower is in storage. br>br>I required a semi-semi-semi- semi-semi-semi-se While my RIG is being stored, I'll be using a laptop with sufficient processing power. This Asus TUF laptop piqued my interest because it was powerful but not overly expensive. I was pleasantly surprised when I first got it. The screen is a good size and the speed is good. I patched the OS and updated all the drivers that needed to be updated. br>br>As soon as I play any MP4 video with any player, whether it's the built-in Media Player or VLC, the 1650 Ti GPU starts to fail. Everything goes wrong with the video. To demonstrate this, I've attached a video. I'm not going to have to deal with a BRAND NEW laptop that has video problems right out of the box. It's returning to its previous position.
| May 23, 2021
Laptop with gaming capabilities
5 stars, get it if you want it for gaming; I use it to play World of Warcraft: Legion. Shadowlands is a series of short stories set in the fictional br>br>It keeps everything running at top speed and does not overheat. br>br>If you're a gamer, you should get one.
Fans are not as loud as expected, despite the fact that the band performs admirably
After reading the reviews for this PC, I expected it to sound like it was about to take off at Mach 5, but it's actually not that loud when compared to a struggling older PC or an original PS4 pro whose fan is overworked by newer games. It's certainly not quiet, but it's not nearly as distracting as I had expected. Even with an additional cooling pad underneath, it gets quite warm during intense gaming, so get one of those. The strangest thing about it is that when you plug or unplug your charger, the screen goes black for a few seconds, presumably due to power settings switching. It shouldn't be an issue during gaming sessions because you should always have it plugged in for maximum performance, but it's something to keep in mind if your charger cable ever fails. Because the internal memory is limited, I purchased a 4TB SSD, which I installed without difficulty. It runs Final Fantasy XIV flawlessly and scored extremely well on the Shadowbringers and Endwalker benchmarks, indicating that it should be good for MMO gaming for at least another couple of years without upgrades.
| Nov 26, 2021
That was a huge blunder
Well, it's partly my fault because I didn't want to pay full price and ended up with this. A perfectly functional laptop. If it wasn't for a broken screen, it would be perfect. I got it for $732 for a nearly new product that should be perfect; however, the packaging was missing. I thought to myself, "It'll be fine for me. " I could not be more mistaken. br>br>It took an eternity for the package to arrive. It will be shipped out in 3 days. It took a week and a half for the package to arrive. br>br>As soon as I pressed the power button, the leds and the keyboard lights turned on, but there was no display. Nothing but a black display of emptiness. br>br>When it did that, I was furious. I had to contact Asus customer service, who advised me to return it. I called Amazon and they said they'd refund it, which I'm not going to do because I'm not paying for shipping for a defective product. Instead, I went out and purchased a brand new Acer Nitro. Now I'm worried about whether or not that laptop is also defective.
| Feb 11, 2021