ASUS TUF Gaming F15 Gaming Laptop, 15.6″ 144Hz FHD IPS-Type Display, Intel Core i7-11800H Processor, GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB PCIe…

(6 customer reviews)


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  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti 4GB GDDR6 Graphics up to 1585MHz at 60W (75W with Dynamic Boost 2.0)
  • Intel Core i7-11800H Processor (24M Cache, up to 4.6 GHz, 8 Cores)
  • 15.6” 144Hz Full HD (1920×1080) IPS-Type display
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD | 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM | Windows 11 Home
  • Durable MIL-STD-810H military standard construction
  • Self-cleaning dual fans with anti-dust technology to extend system longevity
  • RGB backlit keyboard rated for 20-million keystroke durability
  • Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) | Bluetooth 5.2
  • Easy Upgrade Design: Easily add or replace memory and storage
Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Item Weight

‎5.07 pounds


‎20 Volts

Optical Drive Type

‎No Drive

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Flash Memory Size

‎512 GB

Computer Memory Type


Processor Count


Processor Brand



‎Eclipse Gray

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.13 x 10.08 x 0.9 inches

Product Dimensions

‎14.13 x 10.08 x 0.9 inches

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Item model number



‎ASUS TUF Gaming F15



Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Wireless Type


Card Description

‎RTX 3050 Ti

Chipset Brand


Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

Memory Speed

‎4.6 GHz


‎16 GB DDR3


‎4.6 GHz apple_ci7


‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

6 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming F15 Gaming Laptop, 15.6″ 144Hz FHD IPS-Type Display, Intel Core i7-11800H Processor, GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB PCIe…

  1. Jay & Vanny

    I got this laptop almost a month ago now, and it does everything I wanted and then some; however, there are a few downsides I’ve discovered since owning it, but I think a couple of them is just Windows 11 being buggy.
    First, it gets really, really hot. Absurdly hot. I installed Core Temp to keep an eye on the CPU temperatures, and it gets up to 90C+! The normal safety shutoff for motherboards is 80C, and even at 80C that’s cooking the CPU. With the temperatures going above 80C, I hope it will still last a while. I didn’t want a laptop that would only last as long as the warranty.
    Second, and I think this one is Windows 11, the screen has weird artifacts if you don’t shut down for a few days. I’m a user that only puts my computers to sleep instead of shutting down; it doesn’t hurt it, but it does use a small amount of electricity to keep it running. With this laptop, the screen flickers after a few days of this if anything moved/updated, and I’ve even had an issue where part of the screen was being duplicated.
    Third, I would say is more of a me issue than a laptop issue. You have to open the lid to press the power button. I keep the laptop shut when I am at my desk to use my monitors, and I got a dock for when I’m at my desk. There is no power button on the dock I got nor any I looked at, and the only way to turn on the laptop is to open the lid, press the power button, and close the lid back.
    Fourth, it gets REALLY slow when it’s not plugged in. Absurdly slow. I understand that when it’s not plugged in, it’s using the CPU as the GPU as well, but there’s a HUGE difference in performance when it’s plugged in vs on battery. It’s usually not that noticable.
    Fifth, is the battery. If you’re searching the web (not streaming anything), you won’t have issues with the battery life, and it’ll probably last you around 3 hours on one full charge; however, if you’re like me and using the laptop for working or streaming, it will barely last an hour to hour and a half. Maybe I can find an extended battery or something down the road, but for now, the battery life isn’t so great.
    I know I’ve only mentioned the negatives I’ve found, but I did give it a 5 star review. These can be overlooked with the positives I’ve experienced vs my tower PC.

  2. yum-yum

    Pretty decent laptop for $ 1.2k. I have no complaints so far. Benchmark ratings are as expected, nothing out of the ordinary. The keyboard is fine. I will be using a wireless mouse and a keyboard, with the laptop sitting on a fixed stand. I tried putting it on a foldable stand but it could hold it’s posture because of the size and weight of the laptop. It will mostly be used to test PyTorch and CUDA stuff on Ubuntu.
    There are two m.2 slots, and one is empty.
    I am not sure yet if the RAM is soldered on the motherboard. The website says 32GB is the maximum RAM supported, but that’s given for windows, not unix/linux.

  3. Vanesa Estrada

    Quede muy satisfecha

  4. Jacob Sam

    I have been using this computer for just a few days, but these days have been filled with me trying to get my most commonly used programs to work well.

    My first issue was when I downloaded a benchmark on steam. I wanted to see my FPS on the new 3060 Graphics card, but I kept seeing average of 44FPS, which seems low. The benchmark concludes with a screen that was showing it was performed using the Intel Graphics card. Despite playing with nvidia settings and trying to force it to use the 3060, no luck. But that’s just a benchmark, doesn’t mean that’s how the computer will act playing real programs, right? I download one of my biggest time-sinks: Stonehearth. It’s a simple game that doesn’t use too much overhead, but I could NOT get the program to run. I tried all sorts of command prompts, playing with user setting files, no luck. Oh well, I still have the computer this replaced, I guess I can use that to play this old game. So I decided to try out the real reason I got this beast, smoother VR on the RTX 3060 than the GTX 1070 I’m running.

    First, I had bluetooth issues with the computer not recognizing the HMD (head mounted display). I was able to eventually resolve this, but I kept getting a message that the HMD was being detected as a second monitor, and not working via “direct play”. Running as a second monitor may work, but not well and not with your full graphics potential. Some googling suggested the HDMI port on this computer is connected to the Intel Graphics driver and not the NVidia card…maybe? I tried using the thunderbolt port to connect the HMD, which seemed to work, as the HMD was recognized, but SteamVR would freeze with the HMD connected this way. Further googling suggested one person was able to get SteamVR working by playing with the BIOS. That’s not something I want to mess with on a computer I just got.

    I’m bummed that this one didn’t work out. I really like the modern design that isn’t throwing Lisa Frank rainbow LEDs at you. With a heavy heart I submitted my return request, but hopefully someone gets a very well cared for, very lightly used warehouse deal.

  5. David

    I’ve had this for one month now it runs so smoothly man this laptop it just what I needed great size if your looking for a the big look i love the rgb keyboard and gaming overall is nice just make sure you plug your charger in when you game

  6. gabriel

    Keep it mind that If you’re planning to use it for heavy gaming sessions you’ll find that the device has thermal problems, It heats up really quick. I’ve had mine for about a month now and after a couple hours of playing, the CPU and GPU can get well over 80ºC with max values of 91-93ºC

    Also the battery life is feels a bit low even when not gaming

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