Asus TUF FX705 – Is It Still Good Enough for Gaming?

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Asus TUF FX705 was a beast of a gaming laptop when it released in 2018. Asus has been making amazing laptops for a time now and this one was no exception. But 2018 was 5 years ago. Hard to believe but it’s true. And the gaming landscape has changed a lot a games have been way more demanding nowadays that they used to be.

Also there is some incentive to buy the laptop because of it’s price. When it launched it cost around Rs. 1,24,000. Which is a not a small price tag by any means. But time has worked it magic and you can get one nowadays for about 65,000 Rupees. Well atleast on So let’s check out if the device is any good now as it was 5 years.

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Asus TUF FX705 Specifications

On launch, The laptop featured configuration based on the price. However we will be taking in account the most expensive one in order to give it a fair chance. So the most cash given, You would recieve 32 GBs of RAM, which really good even by today’s standards. An Intel I7-8750-H, a modest but pretty good CPU. and last but not least, The GPU. Which is 6GB Nvidia GTX 1060. Now it does seems like the laptop falls on graphics department. But we still have to see how it’s affected. When you wont get any Ray Tracing with it but it should serviceable.

Asus TUF FX705
Asus TUF FX705


  • Valorant – since it’s an e-sports title, The laptop can easily push to 120-150 frames per second. Even on high settings. Which is more than playable. The lightness of the game also helps. So it is pretty good for E-sport games.
  • Need for Speed Unbound – NFS Unbound is a next gen game, so a perfect candidate for the test. The game barely hits 60 Frames per second on the max settings at 1440p. Which is a pretty good thing for 5 year old laptop. However, considering the price, could be better.
  • Elden Ring – Even with the optimization problems, Elden Ring runs smoothly at 60 FPS on the laptop. It is more CPU intensive game so it shows that the I7 is still more than worthy to the heavy lifting.
  • The Last of Us Part 1 Remake – Now this is the game where the Asus Tuf Fx705 struggles. Mainly because of bad optimization. The game won’t hit 60 fps on max settings. however runs smoothly on medium.

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