ASUS Tuf (2019) Gaming Laptop, 15.6” Full HD IPS-Type, AMD Ryzen 7 R7-3750H, GeForce RTX 2060, 16GB DDR4, 512GB PCIe SSD, Gigabit Wi-Fi 5, Windows 10 Home, FX505DV-PB74
PROS: -17 ” screen in a 15 ” chase
– Fans stop a machine while playing nice and cool
– Solid construction, does not feel cheap or will break
– Empty 2.5 inch slot so you can use another SSD
-Ryzen integrated graphics when you are not playing, saving battery.
CONS: -The WiFi on this machine is really brisk. Accidentally deleted when I log into computer. It didn’t do this during the game, but when you first use it on Windows Loaded, it shows that there’s no internet yet. The network is still visible and all other devices continue to function properly. I tried to update the drivers (they are current). I am concerned that even on the Realtech website, the network card is not listed in the support drivers. The other problem is that most of the time the WiFi will reset to 4 instead of 5 and will stop supporting 5 GHz and Mimo, limiting it to around 60-70 Mbit / s, which is still fast, but at the same time.
– It seems like they missed the opportunity to add more vents to the bottom of this thing. As I mentioned earlier, it works quite well, but is there more better airflow at the same time? Maybe it’s time to get out of the Dremel …
Overall Rating: Overall, it’s a solid machine that offers plenty of power to run most titles with moderate effort.
I didn’t cancel the check due to the network card, mainly because I should * fix * a driver update *, but time will tell.