Asus tuf gaming f15 is good laptop?

I’m thinking buying a Asus tuf gaming f15 and I saw many complaint in this forum for Asus. So I want to ask a few question for Asus tuf users…

(My laptop’s specs bottom of text)
(Please only Asus tuf users answer this questions)

1-) Asus tuf gaming f15 series has really big problems? (Overheat, technical problems etc.)

2-) This laptop enough for beginner ue4 projects? (generally 3d games)

3-) This laptop enough for 3d rendering

4-) I found same specs has a acer laptop (with i7-11800h). Should I buy it?

Laptop specs:
Processor : i5-11400h (2,7 GHz) x6 cores
Graphic Card : Rtx 3050ti (60+15w) 4gb vram
Ram : 16 (1x16) 3200 MHz DDR4

Hello @Bornoluk!

This is my TUF:

And now It has 40gb ram

About graphics is amazing, but if you want to compile shaders… look for cores!! MORE MORE :smiley:

for ue4 that is more than enough.

issues with high end gaming laptops is that they always push the limits and some time they may fail miserable.

you should keep track of what people are saying about a particular model.

I’ve had an Asus gaming laptop a few years ago, which failed a few months out of warranty with no way for me to fix it. The budget to repair it was like 40% of the price of a new, way better specs, gaming laptop. So I’ve bought that instead. not Asus off course, I will not touch them again.

If possible, if you don’t need the power on the go, best to get a normal PC build, if something breaks, you can replace it without too much trouble, you can even upgrade it down the line.

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I agree, the number of cores matters seriously
If you need a laptop well, mine is 3070 i7, I’m happy yes… but SHADERS because the number of cores1

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Yes oviously this is a very good choice. You can get this laptop. My cousin already playing games on this laptops. He purchased the Core i5 variant 11th Generation. Its very cool and looks like very premium.