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Asus TUF FX505 Laptop: Ryzen 7 3750H, 15.6" 1080p 120Hz IPS, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, RTX 2060, Win 10 $1179.99 AC + Free Shipping @ Newegg

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Asus TUF FX505DV-PB74 Gaming Laptop: AMD Ryzen 7 3750H Quad-core, 15.6" 1080p 120Hz IPS, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB, Backlit Keyboard, 3-cell, VR Ready, Win 10 (Black) $1179.99
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Seems like a good deal that ticks a lot of the right gamer laptop boxes for a reasonable price, but...

- no usb-C
- no Thunderbolt
- no card reader (not a big deal)
- ALL ports located on the left side is a bit odd.

For anyone not bothered by the above, ought to be a great gaming laptop.
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- no usb-C
- no Thunderbolt

For anyone not bothered by the above, ought to be a great gaming laptop.
No Thunderbolt affect it's long term usage with all the decent Thunderbolt docks giving laptops additional features down the line.

That said, this is more for weight for power, assuming cooling is able to keep up.
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Fans with anti dust technology 😂. seriously i would love to buy this laptop if i had the dough, but atleast i can still sit back and enjoy the marketing.
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No Thunderbolt affect it's long term usage with all the decent Thunderbolt docks giving laptops additional features down the line.

That said, this is more for weight for power, assuming cooling is able to keep up.
Had a laptop with thunderbolt previously. Why do you think it's important? You can purchase a hub with more ports and display options.. but to me just buy a desktop at that point. I'm not sure who uses a bunch of USB anymore either.. especially considering this is a gaming laptop it makes sense no ports on the right side where a mouse would most likely be utilized.
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Add cpu bottleneck to that list
Def not a bottleneck for a 2060
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Thunderbolt is so overrated. Seen many laptops with one but haven't seen a single person who bought docks and gpu enclosures to extend a laptops life. For most ppl, it practically means nothing.
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No Thunderbolt affect it's long term usage with all the decent Thunderbolt docks giving laptops additional features down the line.

That said, this is more for weight for power, assuming cooling is able to keep up.
LeYangNo Thunderbolt affect it's long term usage with all the decent Thunderbolt docks giving laptops additional features down the line.

That said, this is more for weight for power, assuming cooling is able to keep up.
LeYangNo Thunderbolt affect it's long term usage with all the decent Thunderbolt docks giving laptops additional features down the line.

That said, this is more for weight for power, assuming cooling is able to keep up.
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This laptop supports freesync since the display adapter goes through the Vega chip.

They dont advertise it for obvious reasons but if you download the generic AMD drivers and install them, the option will appear in the AMD settings.

It really does work. On my 1660 Ti version its great.
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No mention of the battery, how many hours will it run?
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Had a laptop with thunderbolt previously. Why do you think it's important? You can purchase a hub with more ports and display options.. but to me just buy a desktop at that point. I'm not sure who uses a bunch of USB anymore either.. especially considering this is a gaming laptop it makes sense no ports on the right side where a mouse would most likely be utilized.
Connecting to an external monitor, keyboard, mouse and SD card reader would be easier
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Connecting to an external monitor, keyboard, mouse and SD card reader would be easier
I guess I just don't use an SD card ever. Also, how is it easier to plug into an external monitor, keyboard and mouse? Why not just plug directly to the laptop?
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whats up Trump America now has cash in hand to buy expensive laptops? where are all those sub 300 laptops?
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intel 10th gen has thunderbolt and wifi 6 built in.

why would you want this
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intel 10th gen has thunderbolt and wifi 6 built in.

why would you want this
Well. for one, the CPU doesnt throttle like literally every 6 and 8 core intel laptop chip.
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