Asus TUF Dash F15 Review
- Model: Asus TUF Dash F15 (FXPM)
- Display: inch IPS Hz at x
- Processor: Intel Core iH quad-core processor (12 MB Smart Cache, up to GHz)
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 6GB
- Memory: 16GB MHz DDR4 (one user-upgradeable slot for up to 48GB)
- OS: Windows 10 Home
- Storage: GB NVMe SSD (two user-upgradeable slots)
- Ports: 1x USB Type-C with Power Delivery, DisplayPort a, and Thunderbolt 4, 3x USB Gen 2 Type-A, 1x HDMI , 1x mm combo audio jack, 1x RJ45 Ethernet, 1x A/C power
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6 (ax), Bluetooth
- Battery: 76Wh
- Dimensions: " x " x "
- Weight: lbs.
- Price (as tested): $1,
Design and FeaturesThe TUF Dash 15's appearance is what you'd expect from a brand pushing military spec MIL-STD durability standards: it isn't a behemoth, but its hard edges and giant TUF branding on the back let you know this isn't your typical office notebook. While it bills itself as a thin and light, it is still a inch gaming laptop – certainly not as bulky as some of its competitors, but I wouldn't exactly call it svelte. But that's okay, because its size may allow it a bit more power than comparably-specced laptops, not to mention more cooling potential.
The bottom case uses a smooth, black finish with just a bit of texture to the right and left of the keyboard, and some decidedly "TUF" looking speaker grilles along the top. (There's a white version too, with similar flourishes.) The keyboard itself is backlit and allows comfortable typing, thanks to its large size, standard key spacing, and relatively deep travel at mm. The WASD keys are translucent, and the W key contains a subtle notch so you can easily find your way back home when gaming. The lighting is not particularly customizable, though, with no RGB and only three animated patterns to choose from – but it's functional if you're gaming at night, which is what matters most. You get a few extra keys along the top of the keyboard, including volume, mic mute, and a shortcut to open Asus' Armory Crate software.
The trackpad is what I would call "fine": I didn't have any major accuracy issues where the cursor jumps around, but the surface of the trackpad doesn't feel as smooth as other, better laptops either. While some trackpads allow your finger to glide effortlessly across the surface, it felt like my finger dragged a bit on the TUF Dash's trackpad. It's not a deal breaker by any means, and given the more affordable nature of the laptop, it's about exactly the amount of corner I'd expect to be cut: it's not premium, but it's not sinking down to super-budget level either. You also won't get any extras like fingerprint sensors, though, and there's no webcam at all, which is frustrating in the era of forced remote work.
The slightly larger chassis also affords plentiful IO, with one Thunderbolt 4 Type-C port and three USB Type-A ports – not to mention HDMI and Ethernet. The Ethernet port in particular is great to see, since it's left off so many modern laptops – and it can make a big difference, both when downloading large games and when playing online multiplayer with as little lag as possible. Oh, and the headphone jack is always welcome, since the F15's speakers are nothing to write home about.
Finally, the display is a bit sub-par. While it does use an IPS panel, in testing I found that it only covers about 60% of the sRGB space, rather than the % we'd really like to see – so colors won't be very accurate, and its contrast ratio means blacks are going to look more like dark grey. It can reach about nits of brightness, which is enough for most work, but might be just a tad dim if you're trying to work or game outside in direct sunlight. All in all, though, it'll get the job done – just not particularly beautifully.
SoftwareAsus' laptops don't come with a ton of software baked in, and that's a good thing. The MyASUS app allows for certain troubleshooting processes and customer support, but otherwise you'll probably never open it, while Armory Crate is the gaming-centric app that allows you to adjust the fan profiles, RGB lighting (if you have compatible accessories), display customizations, and some hotkeys. I'm generally not in love with Armory Crate, and find its power profiles more confusing than helpful, though you can feel free to experiment with them to see if you get a few more frames per second (at most) out of your games – though that'll usually come at the cost of some fan noise.
I do, however, have to give Asus credit for not including garbage like McAfee or other bundled trialware on this machine, like so many others do. In fact, Asus includes it on the $3, ROG Flow X13, but I saw no trace of it on this budget-focused laptop – which seems weird, but maybe the company’s learning? Regardless, kudos to Asus for keeping it light.
|Benchmarks||Asus TUF Dash F15||Acer Predator Triton SE||MSI Stealth 15M|
|Price as tested||$1,||$1,||$1,|
|CPU||Intel Core iH||Intel Core iH||Intel Core iH|
|GPU||Nvidia RTX||Nvidia RTX||Nvidia RTX|
|3DMark Time Spy|
|3DMark Fire Strike|
|3DMark Night Raid|
|Total War: Three Kingdoms||56||54||56|
|PCMark 10 Battery Test|
Performance and GamingThanks to its solid midrange hardware, the TUF Dash F15 holds its own well in games, producing playable framerates in all of our benchmarks – which, remember, are run at Ultra settings, so if you turn a few things down, you can easily take advantage of the higher refresh display. In Doom Eternal, for example, I was easily able to stay over FPS in the crowded Super Gore Nest mission on High graphics settings. The Hz display performed admirably and the RTX had no problems keeping up.
In fact, despite having nearly identical hardware to the more expensive Acer Predator Triton SE, the TUF Dash outperformed it in just about every benchmark, likely due to its increased size and cooling ability (not to mention a slightly higher-specced GPU – remember, not all RTX laptops have the same capabilities).
The keyboard's deep travel was a welcome advantage while gaming as well, allowing for more defined keypresses as you dodge enemy fire. I also found the laptop kept its chassis decently cool during gaming sessions. In fact, the internal hardware – while it heats up during gaming – rarely thermal throttled during my benchmarks, which was pretty shocking for a self-proclaimed thin and light. (The fan does whirr pretty loudly, though, so make sure you have some decent over-ear eadphones or a gaming headset on hand.)
However, the TUF Dash still has its own shortcomings. The trackpad, for example, was a noticeable step down from the super-smooth pad on the Triton. This won't be a problem if you play with an external gaming mouse, though you may still notice it in desktop work. The Triton's display is also better, with improved colors and a better contrast ratio that'll make your games' graphics stand out. Still, all those benefits – plus others like the webcam and fingerprint sensor – come at a noticeable increase in price, so if you're on a stricter budget, the TUF Dash is still worth putting on your short list.
Battery LifeWith a huge 76Wh battery and midrange hardware, you'd expect battery life on the TUF Dash F15 to be decent, if not pretty good. But at 50% brightness, PCMark 10's Modern Office battery test lasted a whopping nine hours and 10 minutes, which is fantastic if you're looking to get through a full day of work on your laptop. Now, you obviously won't get nine hours of gaming from this thing, but you'll get a lot more than the power-hungry, subhour gaming laptops out there, so this is one area where I can safely say the TUF Dash F15 kicks ass.
Purchasing GuideThe Asus TUF Dash F15 as I reviewed should retail for $1, at Amazon, Newegg and Best Buy.
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ASUS TUF DASH F Gaming and performance review
In the ASUS TUF DASH F15 gaming laptop review, we will talk about the laptop’s performance in everyday tasks, gaming and see whether the latest ASUS gaming laptop is worth your money or not. We spent more than a week using the ASUS TUF DASH F15 and tested its gaming, thermal and display performance.
Our ASUS TUF DASH F15 gaming performance review includes a bunch of CPU and GPU focused synthetic benchmarks, along with real-world performance tests in several popular games.
ASUS TUF DASH F15 Specifications
Processor: Intel Core iH 4-core/8-thread, GHz base clock, GHz boost clock, 12 MB Intel smart cache
GPU: Nvidia RTX GPU with 6GB GDDR6 VRAM (85W TGP)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 MHz
Storage: 1TB NVMe SSD
Display: ” FHD IPS LCD Hz, % sRGB
OS: Windows 10 Home
ASUS TUF DASH F15 Synthetic Benchmark Performance
As mentioned above, our ASUS TUF DASH F15 gaming laptop comes with an Intel Core iH CPU. It is a 4-core/8-thread unit. The Core iH is Intel’s Tiger Lake CPU, meaning it uses smaller 10nm nodes for fabrication compared to 14nm for last-gen. The Core iH has a 12MB Intel Smart Cache, a 35W configurable TDP, and a base clock speed of GHz.
While running PC Mark 10, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 managed a score of , which indicates a decent performance in tasks like video conferencing, editing documents, and UHD video playback.
The Intel Core iH chip manages a good score of in single-core performance in the Cinebench R23 benchmark, which puts it ahead of much more expensive laptop CPUs like the AMD Ryzen HS and HS. However, the Intel chip only managed to score in Multi-Core tests due to fewer cores. Thereby putting it behind one of its main competitors the AMD Ryzen 5 H, a 6-core/thread CPU.
The ASUS TUF DASH F15 comes with an Nvidia RTX with an 85W TGP. In 3DMark’s Firestrike test, the GPU managed a score of , which is decent enough in this price range.
ASUS also offers another TUF DASH F15 series laptop with the identical quad-core Intel CPU and an Nvidia RTX ti, which has a relatively low 3DMark’s Firestrike score of
Our ASUS TUF DASH F15 also has a 3DMark’s Timespy score of , which makes a good laptop in terms of overall GPU performance. For reference, the RTX ti scored and AMD Radeon M scored in the same test.
ASUS TUF DASH F15 Thermal Performance
The ASUS TUF DASH F15 features downward-facing speakers, dual upward-facing vents, two laptop fans at the bottom, multiple air vents on the sides and on the back along with two additional bottom vents for cooling.
We tested the thermal performance of ASUS TUF DASH F15 while performing everyday office tasks and playing games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Metro Exodus.
While playing Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the Intel Core IH CPU reached a maximum temperature of around 86°C, but quickly came down to slightly below 80°C and then hovered at the same temperature for the rest of the session.
Meanwhile, the Nvidia RTX GPU maintained a temperature between °C throughout the play session.
Similarly while testing Metro Exodus, the CPU reached a maximum temperature of around 83°C but remained below 80°C during most of the duration of the tests. The GPU still remained relatively cool by maintaining a temperature between °C. We got similar results while playing other games as well.
During office/productivity tasks, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 maintained a temperature of around 65°C and only sometimes spiked up to 75°C.
While playing games on ASUS TUF DASH F15 the temperature near the W, A, S, D keys reached around 38°C. Meanwhile, the centre of the keyboard recorded up to 48°C but quickly recovered down to 43°C. The laptop’s palm rest remains relatively cooler at °C during most workloads.
ASUS TUF DASH F15 Display Performance
The ASUS TUF DASH F15 has a peak brightness of around nits, which is bright enough for gaming and daily usage. The screen covers 98% sRGB and 75% DCI-P3 colour space. The display supports a Hz refresh rate which comes in handy when playing esports titles.
ASUS TUF DASH F15 Gaming Performance
After testing the synthetic benchmarks, I got a rough estimate of how the ASUS TUF DASH F15 gaming performance would be. I expected 60+ FPS in modern titles at p resolution and the laptop easily delivered so.
While running Doom Eternal at p, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 delivered and FPS at medium and high graphical preset respectively. The laptop also ran graphically intensive titles like Metro Exodus at 60+ FPS in high graphical preset in p.
In esports titles like Valorant and Dota, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 delivered close to and FPS respectively in high preset, which is good enough. Additionally, while playing GTA V, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 also delivered close to FPS in high settings at p.
Overall, the ASUS TUF DASH F15 is a decent laptop to play games at a smooth frame rate in FHD resolution.
We conclude from these tests that ASUS TUF DASH F15 can easily deliver above 60FPS at p resolution in high preset in older open-world games, modern linear games, and some new AAA titles.
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Asus TUF Dash F15 Review: Slim Light RTX Gaming Laptop From RM4,
Most affordable gaming laptops are not particularly lightweight or slim, which is the very reason why the Asus TUF Dash F15 is such an intriguing gaming machine. Not only does it have a relatively thin, lightweight chassis, it also offers good value for money with an Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU.
Despite some of its shortcomings, the TUF Dash F15 is easily one of the most attractive RTX gaming laptops in the market now. Keep on reading this review to find out why!
What It Is
|Display||inch FHD IPS ( x ), Hz|
|Processor||Intel Core iH (4C/8T, GHz with boost up to GHz)|
|GPU||Nvidia GeForce RTX 6GB GDDR6 (85W TGP)|
|RAM||16GB DDR4 MHz|
|Storage||GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD|
|Dimensions||x x mm|
|Audio||Bottom-firing stereo speakers|
|Ports||3x USB-A Gen 1|
1x Thunderbolt 4 (DisplayPort)
1x HDMI b
There are as many as four different variants of the TUF Dash F15 for the Malaysian market; the one we received is the RM5, mid-range configuration, which I personally believe offers the best performance for the money.
Sure, the RM4, model has even better value for money, but that variant features only 8GB of RAM and a Core iH chip. For the best balance between cost and performance, I highly recommend the configuration we received for this review.
The Good Stuff
The major highlight of the TUF Dash F15 has to be its thin and light nature. Tipping the scales at 2kg with a mm thin chassis, its one of the more portable gaming laptops in the market now, especially at this price point. I dig the minimalist, understated design of the Dash F15 as well.
In the performance department, the Dash F15s combination of a Core iH processor and an RTX GPU can run AAA games with little to no difficulty. Ive played a few games at maxed out graphics settings on this laptop, and while the fans did kick up a fuss, the games ran very well with high, consistent frame rates.
|Games (max settings @ p)||Average FPS|
|Genshin Impact ( render resolution, locked at 60fps)|
|Borderlands 3 (DX11)|
|Witcher 3 (HairWorks disabled)|
Complementing the fast performance of the TUF Dash F15 is its equally fast inch p IPS screen with a Hz refresh rate. Not only does this offer excellent motion clarity in fast-paced, competitive games, even just browsing the web with the high refresh rate is a pleasant experience.
Speaking of which, the Dash F15 can actually return very respectable battery life. Outside of gaming, I can get between seven to eight hours of use on a single charge. If you plan to use this gaming laptop as a productivity machine as well, you wont be disappointed with its battery life.
And then we have the thermals of the TUF Dash F15, which really surprised me. No matter what I throw at it, both the CPU and GPU never got above 80°C. The palm rest area does get a little warm in longer gaming sessions, but not to the point where its uncomfortable to the touch.
Last but certainly not least are the input devices of the Dash F The keyboard, for one, has enough key travel to not feel shallow, and I like the rather pronounced tactility of the keys, not to mention the standard (hence intuitive) layout of the keyboard. As for the trackpad, it can accurately track my fingers with no issue.
The Bad Stuff
While the TUF Dash F15 offers really good performance, theres still room for improvement. The Core iH processor powering this laptop is decent, but it is outclassed by AMDs Ryzen processors. I put the Core i7 through its paces in Cinebench R20 see for yourself how it compares to AMDs offerings.
|Processor||Single-core test||Multi-core test|
|AMD Ryzen 9 HS (Asus ROG Flow X13)|
|AMD Ryzen 9 HX (Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE)|
|AMD Ryzen 9 HS (Asus ROG Zephyrus G14)|
|AMD Ryzen 7 H (Asus TUF Gaming A15)|
|Intel Core iH (Acer Predator Triton )|
|Intel Core iH (Asus TUF Dash F15)|
Yes, the Core iH can outperform its competition in the single-core test, but it loses out in terms of multi-core performance by a very big margin. This can be attributed to the fact that it is only a quad-core processor; most of the competition, even at this price point, already offers eight processing cores.
Aside from that, the screen quality of the Dash F15 could be better too. Its great that it has a fast Hz refresh rate, but the panel quality itself leaves much to be desired. The dynamic range isnt particularly great, and I wish the brightness could be a tad higher for a more comfortable viewing experience.
My last qualm with the TUF Dash F15 isnt a big one, but its definitely worth a mention: it doesnt have a webcam. Given that more folks are working from home in this COVID pandemic, the inclusion of a webcam wouldve really made this gaming laptop more attractive to those who are looking for a complete productivity machine.
After all, the Dash F15 already has very respectable battery life. It can easily double as a great productivity laptop too.
Is It Worth It?
Starting from RM4,, you cannot go wrong with the Asus TUF Dash F15, especially if you want the best gaming performance at this price point in a slim, lightweight chassis. It wouldve been great if it shipped with an AMD Ryzen processor instead, but at least the laptops Core iH chip can still keep up with the RTX GPU.
If you can live with the shortcomings of the TUF Dash F15 which are not lot, in retrospect you will be very happy with this portable, sleek gaming laptop that also offers excellent value for money.
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Asus TUF Gaming F15 FXHM Laptop Review: No Extras, Just Performance
The chassis is a combination of the older FX and newer TUF Dash F15 FX More specifically, it incorporates the metal-backed outer lid of the FX onto the base design features of the FX Other aspects have been updated as well including the touchpad and certain colors along the rear. The end result is a "tougher" and more visually appealing gaming laptop especially when the lid is closed.
The FX is still an entry-level gaming laptop, however, and this becomes obvious when opening the lid to expose the plastic base. The palm rests and keyboard deck aren't nearly as luxurious as the stronger Zephyrus or ROG laptops. To hide this fact, the plastic surfaces are embellished with all kinds of textures and superficial bumps that users will either love or hate. MSI takes the opposite approach on its competing GF65 laptops with flatter and smoother plastic surfaces instead.
A notable benefit of the textured palm rests is their ability to detract fingerprint buildup. The smoother keyboard keys and touchpad, however, aren't as lucky.
Base rigidity feels stronger than on the MSI GF On the other hand, the lid and its two small hinges teeter a bit more than we would like and so they don't inspire much confidence in the long term.
Review dash asus tuf 3060
Hearing the word “gaming laptop” may probably ring a couple of warning bells inside your head. They are expensive and are likely to reach the PhP ,+ value, a sum large enough to keep you on wits end for months. But what if there’s a decent gaming laptop that can satisfy your gaming needs while being cool and good-looking enough? A laptop that has that sexy charm without being overloaded with RGBs and features? A laptop like the TUF Dash F15 ? Like the one we have for review here.
ASUS TUF Dash F15 Review – Specifications
ASUS TUF Dash F15 Hardware Specs
Intel® Core™ iH Processor GHz, 4 cores (8M Cache, up to GHz)
|GPU||NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ Laptop GPU,With ROG Boost up to MHz at 80W (85W with Dynamic Boost),6GB GDDR6|
With ROG Boost up to MHz at 80W (85W with Dynamic Boost)
|OS||Windows 10 Home|
(Free upgrade to Windows 11, when available)
|RAM||8GB DDR4 on board,Max Capacity : 32GB|
|Display||inch,FHD ( x ) ,anti-glare display,Refresh RateHz,Value IPS-level|
|Storage||GB M.2 NVMe™ PCIe® SSD|
|I/O Ports||1x mm Combo Audio Jack, 1x HDMI b, 3x USB Gen 1 Type-A|
1x RJ45 LAN port, 1x Thunderbolt™ 4 support DisplayPort™ / power delivery
Wi-Fi 6(ax)+Bluetooth (Dual band) 2*2;(*BT version may change with OS upgrades.)
76WHrs, 4S1P, 4-cell Li-ion, ø, W AC Adapter, Output: 20V DC, 9A, W, Input: ~V AC, 50/60Hz universal
Built-in array microphone
2x 2W speaker
|Weight||kg ( lbs)|
|Dimensions||x x ~ cm (″ x ″ x ″ ~ ″)|
|Included in the Box||TUF Backpack|
Available In 6 Variants
The TUF Dash F15 is available in 6 different models. The main differences with each one are mainly the processor, the GPU, and the available built-in RAM. Colors, drive capacity, and display, and bonuses are all the same. The unit that we have for review is the ASUS TUF Dash F15 FXPM-HNT.
ASUS TUF Dash F15 Review – Up Close
Ports & 2cm Thickness
The ASUS TUF Dash F15 has a couple of useful ports. On the left side, it has the power port, an RJ45 port, an HDMI b port, a USB Gen 1 Type-A, a Thunderbolt port, and a mm Combo Audio jack. Pretty populated. On the other side, we have 2 USB Gen 1 Type-As and a hole for a Kensington Lock.
Look, Ma! No RGB!
The only color you’ll see with the TUF Dash F15 is blue-green and that’s it. You can change the profile or the pattern of the lights using the built-in TUF Armoury.
Surprisingly, this adds to the laptop’s clean aesthetic. However, if you want to personalize it further, you’re pretty much limited given that there’s only 1 color to choose from and there are only 3 options for the RGB light pattern.
ASUS TUF Dash F15 Review – Benchmarks & Performance
|Assassin’s Creed Valhalla||Ultra/High||31||17||13|
|Dota 2||Best Looking||63||45||36|
|Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition||Ultra||38||16||9|
|Rainbow Six: Siege||Ultra||72||42||32|
|Resident Evil Village||Medium||62||41||33|
|Shadow of the Tomb Raider||High||44||25||14|
|Watch Dogs Legion||High||30||19||16|
Some titles presets were tweaked to consider the limitations of this device. You can take the benchmarks above to gauge the overall performance of the laptop on each of the games. Also, you can maximize the Hz screen by adjusting the settings of most games. Note that popular MMOs, Battle Royales, FPSs, and MOBAs are very likely to run well on this machine.
These benchmarks are meant to measure the device’s performance relative to other people’s machine. We plugged in a mix of CPU & GPU-intensive tests and other ones that measure the performance of both at the same time.
The numbers below will be quantified into an easy to read chart once we have compiled results from previous reviews. Please do check them out after some time. Also, you can use these benchmarks as a reference to compare your current system or others online.
3DMark Firestrike Extreme
3DMark Fire Strike Extreme is designed for multi-GPU systems and future hardware generations. In addition to raising the rendering resolution, additional visual quality improvements increase the rendering load to ensure accurate performance measurements for truly extreme hardware setups.
3DMark Time Spy
3DMark Time Spy is a DirectX 12 benchmark test for Windows 10 gaming PCs. Time Spy is one of the first DirectX 12 apps to be built the right way from the ground up to fully realize the performance gains that the new API offers.
Cinebench (Release 20)
Cinebench leverages the same powerful 3D engine found in the award-winning animation software Cinema 4D Release 20 to accurately evaluate CPU rendering performance capabilities across various systems and platforms.
Novabench is a free benchmark tool that allows you to see your computer’s overall performance. Its tests CPU, GPU, RAM, and Storage speeds, and gives you an aggregate score that you can use for comparison with other similar setups.
Extreme performance and stability test for PC hardware: video card, power supply, cooling system.
PassMark measures CPU, 2D & 3D GPU, Memory, and Disk speeds. Similar to Novabench, it gives you an aggregate score, giving you an idea on how your PC performs and how it ranks when compared to other computers around the world.
ASUS TUF Dash F15 Review – Conclusion & Verdict
Pretty Light & Sleek
Surprisingly, the look of the TUF Dash F15 is similar to that of high-end ROG models. It looks extremely clean. Maybe it’s due to the lack of the RGB, or the cleanliness of the overall layout, but the latest Dash F15 has no clutter at all. If you fancy non-RGB laptops or would want something that you can bring to a corporate setting, the ASUS TUF Dash F15 is a good choice.
While not a full-powered Nvidia RTX , it still has the features that its desktop counterpart boasts. You can play with decent raytracing here and experience competitive and casual games without encountering any hiccups or performance issues. Overall, the hardware works well together.
Affordable Gaming Laptop
One thing noteworthy with this device is that it is appropriately priced. Given that RTX s still have a high price tag (more or less 40K for decent ones), this one can sound like a steal. While the performance of the mobile Nvidia RTX is not as good as a that for desktops, it still has the modern tech in it for the latest games.
Another thing is that although a gaming brand, TUF isn’t as “high-end” as ROG. And that is a good thing in my opinion. Most of the time, ROG gaming laptops are expensive not only because of their hardware but also as part of the “brand tax” that can be seen with features that are often times unnecessary. TUF laptops may not have the newest techno mumbo-jumbo present in most ROG laptops but it gets the job done.
Oh, and you don’t have any RGB options which can either be good or bad depending on your preference.
The Bad Stuff
What’s With The Hardware?
Probably the things holding the ASUS TUF Dash F15 back are its Intel Processor, its inadequate storage space, and its 8GB RAM. If you check the numbers, Intel processors are the minority now in terms of performance. They’re good for efficiency, but that factor is out of the window when gaming is concerned most of the time. AMD’s Ryzen ones are comparatively better in this point in time. Also, the GB storage space for this is, without a doubt, not enough for modern games. Just install a single game like Warzone and you’ll consume about 25% of the whole thing if you factor in OS usage and others. But those are the things you sacrifice for the affordability of this laptop. Not that it takes away that much, but consider these factors before making a decision to purchase the Dash F
8GB RAM? Make It 16GB!
While not a complete nuisance, the 8GB RAM is also not “good enough” for the current demands of games. Although you can get decent performance, it’s not enough for you to maximize the system’s Hz screen and it can also take longer for some games to load, even with an SSD.
Here in the Philippines, you can buff it up to a more acceptable 16GB. Be careful though as I already asked ASUS Philippines about this and they told me that only the store where you bought the device can upgrade the RAM so as not to void the warranty. Hassle? Yes. But you can have this done when you buy the ASUS TUF Dash F You’ll more or less add another PhP 2, in the equation for the extra stick.
Should You Buy It?
Rarely do I recommend an affordable laptop as they’re more than likely to be gutted down to the lowest possible package. But this time, the ASUS TUF Dash F15 has managed to surprise even me due to its performance, value, and aesthetics. It’s a good blend of everything with careful balance, not too great, but not too shabby either.
If you’re considering something for school, work, or just an entertainment device that won’t break the bank, then consider this one. It looks good enough to show off, and it has that “corporate sleekness” that can help it blend even in office settings.
A culmination of all great technologies, the ASUS TUF Dash F15 is a great entry to gaming. If you’re more into “exotic” picks, you can try out the ROG Flow X For other decent modern gaming laptops, check out the ROG Zephyrus M16 and the ROG Scar If you prefer another brand, you can also check out our review of the MSI GE76 Raider here.
ROG Flow X13 & XG Mobile – Availability & Pricing
The ASUS TUF Dash F15 , depending on the hardware, has an SRP that ranges from PhP 54, to PhP 94, It and its other variants are available in stores and can be ordered online. For more info on the pricing and places to buy, check out this official list from ASUS Philippines.
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