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Asus ROG TUF 15.6in FHD 120hz AMD Ryzen 7 3750H RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop $1799 + Delivery @ Umart


Not a bad price for a RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop in the current market

AMD® Ryzen™ 7 3750H Processor
15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080)
120Hz Refresh rate
512GB M.2 PCIE NVME Solid State Drive
Windows 10 Home

Please note, all input connections are on one side, there is also space to install a 2.5 inch SSD/HDD too

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  • +17 votes

    Personally I'd pay extra $100+shipping for the newer and massive upgrade of the new Ryzen 7 4800H, even though it comes with a GTX1660Ti (not too much inferior)

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  • The screen does not look ideal IMO.

  • I bought the 3750H with 1660ti last week on eBay. Great lappy overall.
    Couple of reviews online that said that the 3750 bottlenecks the 1660ti so imagine the 2060 gets hit even harder.

  • Im surprised they put those specs into this chassy. I got a lower spec one (3750H, 1650, 8GB, 512GB) for $1040. Its not bad by any means, just not amazing. Think finger prints, noise, light bleed and low battery life. Considering the laptop shortage, not an awful deal at all, but I would expect more for that price.

  • I have a weaker version of this. My fan runs loud at times even though nothing is on. Also, the touchpad sometimes can be unresponsive but a reboot fixes the issue.

  • This has been a solid laptop for me so far. It meets military standard MIL-STD-810G, so it is a bit tougher supposedly. It runs Modern Warfare well. However, I think I got it for $1,599 from Centrecom when it was on sale once. I'll have to check.

    • Hey i am international student and my laptop now a days or moreover in the normal days too is always on as enjoyment and study is done on it only. My current laptop display is all almost gone and planning to buy the new asus tuf a15 the first model costs 1450 aud do you think this laptop builds quality is good and it will last a few years. Thinking that it will be on for whole day…. And i might plan to game too if i pick this. I was previously thinking of zenbook duo but people are not really happy with it on reddit they are all complaining about screenpad+ viewing angle plus cons

      • I'm not an expert, but I like it. It seems like a study build, but not impervious to damage. There are certainly better machines out there, but the RTX 2060 is hard to get at this price point.