Asus Tuff FX505

Asus Tuff FX505 our review model was outfitted with an Intel Core i7 eighth-generation processor, 16GB of 2666MHz DDR4 RAM, a 1TB Frieda SSHD, and a 256GB Pie SSD. Despite the fact that 16 GB of RAM may seem like more than plenty,

Asus Tuff FX505

Asus Tuff FX505

The best thing is that it is upgradable to a maximum of 32 GB. The Frieda SSHD and SSD provide quick read and write times, making the laptop seem quick and responsive at all times.

When it comes to storage, the laptop has both a solid-state drive (SSD) and a conventional hard disc drive (SSHD), and it performed admirably in our tests. Both drives have quick read and write speeds. Here are the results of our speed tests on the drive’s read and write operations:

Seq Q32T1 a total of 1730 is read, but only 627.4 is written.

In terms of general performance, the laptop’s eighth-generation Intel Core I7 engine breezes through everyday chores and holds its own even during intense gaming.

The laptop has an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, which provides excellent graphics performance. The 1060 graphics card is capable of providing excellent performance, allowing for the smooth operation of most games at maximum visual quality settings. Some open-world games, however, like Watcher 3 or Grand Theft Auto V, may benefit from a medium graphics level.

When it comes to playing games, the laptop delivered a smooth experience with no noticeable latency or jitter. We attempted to play Call of Duty: World War II non-stop for almost seven hours. This included some time spent doing other things while the game was still active in the background. This laptop has been fantastic in its performance.

The laptop has a fan over boost and an Anti-Dust Cooling (ADC) technology to keep things cool. Asus claims that the dust is expelled by the ADC system through two dedicated tunnels placed alongside the fans. As we’ve already noted, this laptop has fantastic cooling, making it ideal for marathon gaming sessions.

Incredibly, the laptop’s cooling mechanism was able to maintain a constant, comfortable temperature across its whole surface, from the keyboard down to the bottom. The fan’s intelligent response to changes in system load was impressive. The laptop’s manual over boost feature, however, gives users direct control over the cooling fan. In silent mode, the fan noise was barely audible, making it ideal for typical browsing, viewing movies, etc. Over boost is another option, and it maximizes fan speed to keep the laptop cool. Over boost mode’s intention to overclock the fan is commendable, but the resulting increase in fan noise is intolerable.

It’s safe to say that Asus done a fantastic job with the laptop’s cooling system.

Asus Tuff FX505 the sound quality of the laptop’s built-in speakers is subpar; they’re neither particularly loud nor particularly clear. It shouldn’t be too much of a problem either way though, as gamers always use headphones when playing. We advise using headphones or external speakers if you plan on watching a movie on this. When you attach your headphones into the laptop, the experience is completely transformed thanks to the DTS upgrades. The DTS Audio programmer gives you complete control over the audio experience, down to the smallest detail.

Batteries for the Asus TUF FX 505

Asus Tuff FX505 the laptop has a 48Wh battery, and, given that it’s designed to be a gaming machine, we didn’t have high hopes for its runtime. However, with Wi-Fi enabled, screen brightness set to roughly 75%, and light to moderate use, the laptop lasted about 3-4 hours on a full charge. However, under moderate stress, it lasted for only 2.5 hours. The charging time for the device was approximately 1.5 hours.

Analysis of the Asus TUF FX505

The Asus TUF FX505 is a tiny yet strong performance laptop ideal for gamers. With just enough power and a few concessions, the laptop is worthy of becoming part of the TUF series. It makes short work of mundane things like checking email and playing current games. What makes the Core i5 model of this laptop stand out from the competition is, of course, its pricing.


My question is whether or not I can play games on my TUF gaming laptop while it is charging.

Asus Tuff FX505 it’s not only acceptable; it’s encouraged to use it (and most gaming laptops) while charging or even while fully charged and plugged in. Using a gaming laptop when plugged in significantly improves its performance. They have mediocre, ultra book-level performance while unplugged but transform into true BEASTS when connected to a power source.

When compared to other laptops, how do TUF models fare?

The ASUS TUF A15 is one of the greatest low-cost gaming laptops available right now in terms of performance value and related comparisons. It has the best cooling fans and fan speed, and it has a wide connector range, all of which are attractive to competitive esports gamers.

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