ASUS TUF Gaming F17 Gaming Laptop, 17.3″ 144Hz FHD IPS-Type Display, Intel Core i5-11400H Processor, GeForce RTX 3050, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB PCIe…

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $899.99.Current price is: $819.00.

Last updated on 04:38 Details
  • Aspect Ratio:16:9
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 4GB GDDR6 Graphics up to 1600MHz at 60W (75W with Dynamic Boost 2.0)
  • Intel Core i5-11400H Processor (12M Cache, up to 4.5 GHz, 6 Cores)
  • 17.3” 144Hz Full HD (1920×1080) IPS-Type display
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD | 8GB 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.Bundle: Get 30 days of Xbox Game Pass for PC with purchase (Active subscription required; continues until canceled; game catalog varies over time. Requires Windows 11)
Standing screen display size

‎17.3 Inches

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Voltage

‎20 Volts

Optical Drive Type

‎No Drive

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Flash Memory Size

‎512 GB

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Processor Count

‎6

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Color

‎Graphite Black

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎15.71 x 10.59 x 0.92 inches

Product Dimensions

‎15.71 x 10.59 x 0.92 inches

Item Weight

‎5.73 pounds

Item model number

‎FX706HCB-ES51

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Series

‎ASUS TUF Gaming F1

Brand

‎ASUS

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎3

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth

Card Description

‎RTX 3050

Chipset Brand

‎NVIDIA

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050

Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

Memory Speed

‎4.5 GHz

RAM

‎8 GB DDR4

Processor

‎4.5 core_i5

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

8 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming F17 Gaming Laptop, 17.3″ 144Hz FHD IPS-Type Display, Intel Core i5-11400H Processor, GeForce RTX 3050, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB PCIe…

  1. Marc

    Set up and start up were simple and easy. The settings for adjusting the keyboard lights are very simple to understand and operate. The build quality is sturdy and robust. I am primarily using this computer for office work, browsing and streaming videos and this system does so quickly and with ease. Unlike what other reviewers have said, I do not notice any excessive noise with the fan, but the computer and charger does get warm when operating. I would absolutely recommend this computer if you’re looking for a well-priced and fun machine!

  2. Franklin

    De forma general está bien lo único negativo sería la duración de la batería y las altas temperaturas que alcanza en juegos

  3. Johnathan Phillips

    First off, presentation is key. The plastic feels amazing to the touch and definitely seem like they’ll hold up during the lifespan of this beefy laptop. I was looking for something to not only outperform my old HP, but hopefully outlive it as well. Now I’m certain user error was to blame in shortening the lifespan of my previous laptop (such as leaving it in a hot car this drying out the thermal paste) but it’s build wasn’t all too phenomenal to begin with. It wasn’t exactly built with upgradability or durability in mind and had a pretty lackluster cooling solution for a machine with an AMD chip (nothing wrong with team red or team blue, they just happen to have different draw backs and thermal efficiency has been an issue with AMD from what I’ve heard).

    The Asus TUF F17 is built to a military spec and has a bottom panel designed to give easy access to upgrade slots (a second M.2 and dual channel RAM) and also reveals the dual fan, heat piped the heck out thermal solution that will ultimately serve as the back bone of this glorious machine when it comes to preventing its premature death. (That and hopefully a lack of user error like leaving it in a hot car or using it on my bed…)

    As for actually usage, I haven’t gotten around to it just yet but I can certainly note the quality of the keyboard. The clicks feel solid and don’t feel gooey like the sensation some cheap switches provide. The travel distance is quite nice as well. Many laptops have too short a travel distance for my taste but I feel this simulates a desktop keyboard quite nicely. The mouse pad isn’t oversized, as I’m sure you saw in the photos, but I would argue that the size is perfect for average usage and it definitely isn’t undersized. The plastic on the surface of the touchpad feels very quality as well. There’s no give underneath and it has a soft feel that I’ll never get tired of.

    On a final note, I can say the screen is of high quality as well with little signs of backlight seepage from the edges. No dead pixels, excellent color for the frequent movie watcher, and a nice smoothness generated by the 144Hz refresh rate. Also, the screen half isn’t very flimsy either. Quite the opposite. You could surely open and close this thing a thousand times in one sitting without a single issue. However, I think the standard 1920 by 1080 resolution is a bit sub par – just a hot take. I’m also spoiled by the desktop setup which features a 120Hz with a 4k resolution so do keep my bias in mind. Actually, after using the laptop for a bit I’m quite used to it and the screen actually looks fairly sharp. So go Asus! (Maybe I shouldn’t put my face so close to the screen all the time…)

    I may post updates about actual hardware performance at a later date. Just note for now that if it’s build quality your after this is the laptop for you. I purchased this one at a bargain price of around $650 for the holidays so my review does have some bias from that. (MSRP was about $850 at time of purchase but is now listed at around $899)

    I have had time to test the camera and yeah…. I will never understand why laptop cameras are so horrible. But the microphone is nice! Even dual channel! That’s another selling point as far as I’m concerned!

  4. Courtney

    This laptop is amazing!!! I’ve never owned a gaming pc or laptop before and I got this on sale for $700. The screen resolution is awsome. I’ve been playing on a 4k TV with my ps5 for years and I hardly notice a difference. I also upgraded the ram to 24gigs and performance is awsome! Super pleased with this for my entry into pc gaming. If you’re looking for a budget gaming laptop. THIS IS IT!

  5. Ronny Serrano Angel

    Buena adquisición llego en perfecta condiciones, una buena inversion.

  6. Brian M.

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     I originally purchased the 15″ version for around $650, 3 weeks ago…then this 17″ went on sale for $699. I feel like this is ~200 under most other locations. I’m returning the 15″ and keeping this new one. It’s a steal! Mine came with a single 8GB stick. I order 2x32GB sticks at the same time I had ordered this new laptop. All of the documentation I saw, showed that the chipset could support up to 64GB, but ASUS says only 24GB is maximum. Whatever. I took a chance. I immediately took the case off, and installed the 2x32GB chips (8GB removed) and the system sees all 64GB of RAM. This is a no brainer, folks. RTX3050, modern CPU, 64GB of RAM for nerds like me and an extra m.2 slot if your initial size is too small. This machine is on sale for $699 right now! it’s listed for 899 everywhere else. Also, it doesn’t say this in the description, and based on the model I got, ASUS’s own website couldn’t confirm – but this model comes with the Thunderbolt 4 port and not the USB-C standard port. That was a pleasant surprise, as well. I think I just convinced myself to buy a 2nd one before this sale ends – or someone fixes the price. =)

    CoD is beautiful on it, too. =p

  7. MrBohannon

    I now am a major fan of Asus. The last laptop I had was an Asus Vivobook and it did its job but was a few gens behind. This laptop is so fast almost as much as my PC build which has an i7-10700K and 3060ti. If your looking for an affordable deal and good investment that performs well for most games plus browsing, look no further. Upgraded from 8 to 24 gb of ram and added an nvme ssd card which took about an hour. Be sure to setup windows first before installing any storage or memory. This laptop is it!

  8. Sedric D. Clark

    I’m enjoying this laptop but the battery life is the worst of any tablet or laptop I’ve ever owned.

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