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ASUS TUF Gaming Laptop - 15.6" Full HD - AMD Ryzen 5 3550H - RX 560X - 8 GB DDR4 - 256 GB PCIe SSD - Gigabit WiFi - FX505DY-ES51

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  • Quad-core AMD Ryzen 5 3550H with Radeon RX 560X Graphics
  • 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) display, 6.5mm narrow bezel for up to 77% screen-to-body ratio
  • 256 GB PCIe SSD, 8 GB DDR4 RAM, Windows 10 Home
  • Durable MIL-STD-810 military standard construction
  • Dual fans with anti-dust technology, Red-backlit keyboard rated for 20-million keystroke durability
  • Gigabit Wave 2 Wi-Fi 5, Up to 1.73 Gbps with 2x2 802.11ac

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Good to the last drop 5/29/2020 5:37:59 AM

Pros: This was a gift for my oldest daughter and she loves it. No complaints so far as of this writing. She uses it for school and gaming.

Cons: None

Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyone.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
New to TUF Laptops 5/21/2020 10:31:51 AM

Pros: wanted a laptop around 1K that would be used for video editing purposes only so after some research I decided to go with this Asus FX505DY simply because it ticked all the boxes for what I was looking for in this price point.

Cons: I am sure that with extended use I shall find some issues but other then eventually wanting to upgrade to a machine with more capabilities I have nothing negative to say.

Overall Review: Quick delivery by Mike's Computer Shop and a solid inventory from Newegg will keep me coming back,
As for the Asus TUF FX505DY, I would recommend it especially to those with a limited budget.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Awesome laptop! 5/9/2020 1:47:45 PM

Pros: Quick and easy to set up and it is very speedy. Loads of space and Windows 10 is nice.

Cons: None!

Overall Review: Would recommend to the casual gamer.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
great 5/4/2020 7:35:59 PM

Cons: need to add a ssd for more space

Overall Review: very good for price

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3/ 5
Great execution by Asus, let down by a sluggish platform from AMD 4/30/2020 6:45:03 AM

Pros: + Fast NVMe SSD, Western Digital brand

+ Nice 1080p screen, good brightness

+ Very few useless apps (McAfee and Office 365)

+ FreeSync compatible, up to 60hz

+ Good thermals

+ Good battery life with integrated GPU

Cons: - Very poor gaming performance, struggles to maintain 15-30 fps in games at 1080p

- Aura service will not link to keyboard, keyboard is ONLY red

- All plastic with metal texture

- Only a 60hz screen

- Only 8GB RAM, single channel

- Very dark keyboard without backlighting, almost impossible to read/see

- No case lighting (although the pictures look like it has it)

- Getting kind of pricey for the specs

Overall Review: After spending quite a lot of time with an Asus ROG Strix Scar II as my primary mobile computer, I had very high hopes moving over to their TUF line. I expected a rugged computing experience with great battery life and I've heard nothing but rave reviews of the new generation of AMD Ryzen/Radeon products... I could not have been more disappointed.

First of all, I'm not sure what has changed with this new generation of TUF machines, but they might as well have just called it "CHEAP." It's all plastic, and not even nice plastic - this is like 1990's General Motors interior plastic. You're also stuck with one color on the keyboard - red. So hopefully you like red backlighting, because the keyboard is impossible to see without it.

Performance-wise, the CPU isn't the worst ever, it's a quad core with multi-threading, so you've at least got 8 threads to work with - normal every day tasks run fine. Would have definitely liked to see a Ryzen 7 in this machine, at least. It'll play YouTube videos at 1080p full screen with no problem. All the normal productivity software (Office, etc.) opens quickly and runs great - one thing this laptop has going for it is a very fast NVMe Western Digital SSD. If it wasn't for that, I'm not sure I'd recommend this laptop at all.

Graphics and gaming are another story - I struggled to maintain 30 fps at 1080p with medium to low settings in almost everything - Destiny 2, COD Warzone, even older games like CSGO and TF2 seemed to really fight for performance. Dropping resolutions down to 720p helped, so the lower video memory in the RX560X may be part of the performance bottleneck... but that card just really can't cut it anything FPS intensive. Strategy games, MOBA's, casual games - anything where FPS and refresh rate aren't really important would probably be OK at medium to low settings.

All in all I'm just very disappointed with this outing from Asus - I feel like the AMD platform at the heart of this laptop really let down what could have been a great performer for the price.

Because of the performance issues, and the fact this machine has been creeping up in price (plenty of other options in the sub-$1000 category these days), I'm awarding the Asus TUF FX505DY-ES51 3 out of 5 Eggs. I'll keep tweaking settings and updating drivers and hopefully I can revisit this review in the future with some positive updates.

Here are some benchmarks scores, as well as comparisons to other platforms I've reviewed:

Asus TUF FX505DY-ES51 AMD R5-3550H/RX560X
Time Spy 1955
Fire Strike 5477
Sky Diver 15354
Night Raid 6793

Asus ROG Strix Scar II Intel i7-8750H/RTX2070
Time Spy 7169
Fire Strike 16455
Sky Diver 36955

Desktop PC Intel i7-4820K/GTX1080
Time Spy 6274
Fire Strike 13970
Sky Diver 28305

Alienware 17 R3 Intel i7-3820hk/980M
Time Spy 3042

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Lance W,

It's heartbreaking to hear you're not satisfied with your laptop. To ensure the best performance, we recommend you leave the Notebook plugged into a power socket when you are executing and playing games or when the system is under the heavy load. Leaving your device in the battery mode will limit system performance, with NVIDIA G-SYNC being disabled to ensure smooth visual effect. If the issues persist, feel free to contact me if you have any technical or general questions. You can reach me at Your case for reference is N200510983.

Thank you for choosing ASUS!

Best Regards,
ASUS Customer Loyalty – US Support
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4/ 5
Excellent entry level gaming notebook, but needs improvements 4/28/2020 2:27:20 PM

Pros: Delivered fast and packaged well. Bright IPS display without dead pixels and evenly backlit. Speakers are loud and sufficient for an indoor environment. Design is not too flashy and I would not hesitate to bring this with me to work or cafe. Notebook is pretty light and fits in an average notebook backpack. Hot air exhaust vents are on the back of the notebook (improvement over my Eluktronics notebook that is exhausting hot air on the left side warming up anything I place there). IPS panel used in this notebook is Panda LM156LF-CL03 and refresh rate can be set to 40 or 60 Hz only.

Cons: Keyboard would not accept more than 3 keys pressed at the same time. That makes gaming difficult - for example, in GTA:Online it is impossible to move forward, upward and use boost at the same time, or move forward, upward and see players list at the same time. Also the keyboard flexes when keys are pressed, it does it way more than my Eluktronics gaming notebook. Keyboard has toxic red backlight and color cannot be changed (backlight brightness can be changed, but then keys are not easily readable as they are red-on-black scheme). One egg deducted for the keyboard.

Comes with 256 GB solid state drive (WD NVMe SN520), which is not large enough for modern games and user will have to upgrade it if titles such as RDR2 (188 GB) or COD:Modern Warfare (200 GB) must be installed.

Insufficient space between for air intake on the bottom of the notebook (rubber feet should be taller than they are). I placed a notebook on an ideally flat table made of wood and when cooling fans are running, there's a whirring sound that changes pitch when any keys are pressed.

Overall Review: I'm an avid gamer and always interested in gaming systems, both desktops and notebooks. I've built numerous desktops since 2003 and always enjoyed PC gaming. Keep in mind, this notebook is equipped with Radeon RX 560X, and I was able to play many titles on medium settings, such as GTA:Online, Metro 2033, Portal 2, Half-Life 2, Fallout 4 with acceptable frame rates. This notebook should be sufficient for occasional gaming, but is underpowered if you plan to play on High or Ultra settings. Body of this notebook is made black plastic. All 3 USB ports are positioned on the left side of the notebook, right edge only has Kensington lock. All components are recognized by Windows 10 and I did not have to hunt for any additional drivers. I also tested this notebook with Linux Mint, everything worked great except the builtin WiFi adapter that was not recognized. I also benchmarked this gaming notebook with many tools and got following results (all benchmarks were run on default resolution 1920x1080 and 60 Hz refresh rate): Superposition Benchmark 1080 Extreme scored 1023, PC Mark 8 scored 4355, 3DMark Night Raid scored 6840, 3DMark Sky Diver scored 15527. I also run AIDA64 Extreme stability test for 1 hour and did not see any throttling with max temperatures 74 degrees Celsius for CPU and 67 degrees Celsius for GPU.

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4/ 5
Great value for the money 4/21/2020 3:51:47 PM

Pros: • Great 60hz panel
• Best Chiclet style keyboard I’ve typed on
• Capable gamer when on AC power
• Plays Destiny 2 at all medium settings @60 FPS
• Add another 8GB stick of RAM = Destiny 2 at medium settings with high textures + low FPS dips improved by 7-10 frames
• Minimal bloatware (Office 365 trial and McAfee trial are the standouts)
• Nice even backlighting
• Great performance for the price
• Sound decent for laptop speakers
• Handles up to 32GB of RAM
• Additional internal slot for 2.5” SSD/HD

Cons: • Battery only = no gaming
• Battery life while attempting to play Destiny 2 = just under 20 minutes
• Dual fan setup is loud with any kind of load
• Light on storage and RAM (cost saving measures for sure)
• Pretty plasticky felling overall
• All of the ports are on one side (makes wired peripheral connections tricky)
• AC power plug is “L” shaped (always puts strain on the plug unless the brick is sitting on the table)
• Left-side fan makes a “crinkling” sound (like a spindle hard drive under load)

Overall Review: Very solid offering from Asus. Overall build quality feels solid, but a little on the light/cheap side. I’m used to dealing with Dell Latitude machines, and they have a sturdy feel to them that the Asus doesn’t come close to matching. At the same time, that tough feeling might not impact the long-term reliability, so we’ll have to see. Something going for the Tuf Gaming is screw length and placement around the rear edges/hinges. I’ve seen a lot of laptops this size fail badly in that area because of short anchoring screws in those critical use areas. The plastic around them weakens over time, and the next thing you know, you have a loose corner around the hinge, and things start falling apart. After removing the back, and checking that area out, I don’t have any fear of that happening with the Tuf Gaming – looks good.

Keyboard is excellent. I’m not normally a fan of Chiclet keys, but these sit a little higher than your average Chiclet keys, making them easy to hit and control in FPS games. A dedicated keyboard is always going to be better, but these work well in a pinch, and are generally nice to type on for every day use. Only real qualms on my part are having all of the ports on the left side of the laptop. When connecting a mouse, keyboard, power, and Ethernet, makes for a lot coming out of one side, especially if you want to use an add-on keyboard (like a Logitech G13) that actually lives on the left side of all of that (right-handed user). I’m also not a fan of L-shaped power plugs, as there is always strain on the port unless the brick sits up on your desk. Small qualms that might just bother me, but worth noting.

Gaming experience on battery is a no go, as I couldn’t find any Win10 power settings that would get me better than 20 FPS, and more than 23 minutes of battery life playing Destiny 2 (most resource demanding of the games I tried out on the Tuf Gaming). That last sentence was for the few out there that thought they might be gaming without cables. Plugged in is a different story, as I was able to play Destiny 2, CS:GO, and Dishonored at a blend of medium and high settings, with D2 the only one of the three showing any real frame dips. Adding another 8GB stick of RAM was definitely a difference maker, and well worth the $40. The IPS panel is nice, though I found out quickly that I’m really used to playing on a 144hz panel running off a fast desktop. Colors on the panel were solid, with very little tweaking needed. I installed a lightweight editing application (Luminar 3), and output colors were similar to my calibrated screens. The Ryzen 3550H is a nice little quad, and keeping expectations realistic, I was totally happy with how it performed in Luminar 3, and it was clearly fast enough for 1080p gaming. The 560x is a decent midrange GPU that was helped out a lot by adding the 8GB stick of RAM. I’ve never used an actual Freesync setup (use nVidia cards in desktops) and I was impressed with its ability to smooth out gameplay when there were frame dips.

One area of note is the fan noise – intense. You get solid temps with that fan power, but the silent profile in the Gaming Crate application allowed too much heat. You either tune the noise out, or you wear headphones. It’s a trade-off for a gaming capable machine in a small laptop chassis. To go along with that fan noise, the fan on the left side makes a ticking noise (like a spindle hard drive under load). I removed the back, didn’t see any obstructions, and flicked it a few times with my finger. The ticking sound always came back after a couple minutes. We’ll have to see if I end up going through Asus for a replacement. It’s very audible, but is drowned out by the fan roar while gaming.

Overall, I’m really happy with the Tuf Gaming, and while it will be used primarily for on-the-go photo editing. It’s nice to know that I could do a lot worse for the form factor as a reliable gamer. Really nice performance for the money, and recommended by me.

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1/ 5
Not worth at all 4/18/2020 1:21:05 PM

Pros: This is a laptop so you get what you bought

Cons: Blackscreen for nothing
Reboot for nothing
Fans go crazy on desktop
The switch from igpu to gpu is really complicated and the swap will work until you close your pc

Overall Review: Very disapointed they sell this pc saying its a great gaming portable but cant run league of legends ( my gf has a dell inapiron 14 5000 and she can run league of pegends very smooth)

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Francois-Xavier B,

We certainly understand your disappointment with the quality of the product that was received and the inconvenience this may have caused you. For improved performance please make sure you’ve updated your drivers to their latest version, you can update your drivers via Armory crate under settings tab. If the issues persist, feel free to contact me if you have any technical or general questions. You can reach me at Your case for reference is N200459503.

Thank you for choosing ASUS!

Best Regards,
ASUS Customer Loyalty – US Support
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