HI, This is the my new laptop of Asus TUF Gaming FX505DT Laptop.
I have my this from amazon.in :- https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07RRQBC1S/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_RKAMDbXY3G3QA
The Asus FX505DT is perhaps the most powerful AMD powered laptop we have experienced so far. It’s powered by AMD Rhyzen 7 3750H with integrated Radeon RX Vega 10 graphics and discrete NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card with 4GB GDDR5 video RAM.
The RAM on board is single-channel 8GB, but users have the option to expand it to 32GB. Though we didn’t face any issues with demanding tasks and even with games that mandated minimum 8GB of RAM, consumers are bound to see single-channel RAM configuration as a drawback, since 16GB of dual channel memory is now standard for gaming laptops. For storage, there’s a 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD.
That’s a lot of performance hardware for the asking price.
In benchmark apps, Asus FX505DT performed reasonably well. It scored 3380 in 3D Mark, 1590cb in Cinebench R20, 3610 in PCMarks creative test, 4798 in superposition benchmark (1080p, High), and we got a max fps of 113.2 in Unigine Heaven Benchmark 4.0. These are fairly admirable results, though not mind-blowing by current standards.
In real-world usage, the handset could handle all day-to-day tasks and multitasking with ease and all regular games without a hitch. The temperature remained within control even with prolong gaming sessions.
In games like Crysis 3, we could manage a frame rate of 110 while playing at high graphics. For moderately heavy games like Apex Legends run at around 60fps at high settings. With heavy games like Far Cry 5 and Mad Max, frame rate further drops to around 40fps.
The Asus FX505DT is best suited for a target frame rate of 30fps to 60fps. In this bracket, the gaming experience is very well balanced or rather better than what most other gaming machines offer in the same budget.