Best Buy Best Buy: ASUS TUF 15.6" Gaming Laptop with AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, GeForce GTX 1660 Ti $1299.99 Get an ASUS TUF 15.6" Gaming Laptop for $1300!

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Work harder and play faster with a new laptop from Best Buy, because you can pick up an ASUS TUF 15.6" Gaming Laptop for $1299.99 with free shipping!

Originally released in earlier this month, this gaming laptop packs a lot of bang for your buck with specs including a newly-released AMD Ryzen 7 4800H eight-core processor, 15.6" 144Hz 1080p IPS display, 512GB NVMe SSD and more -- for comparison, a previous-generation configuration is currently $1499.99 at Newegg.ca, though that model features better graphics. Other product specs include:

  • Octa-core AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, clocked at up to 4.2GHz
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB graphics with ROG Boost
  • 15.6” Full HD (1920x1080) IPS display with 144Hz refresh rate
  • 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Durable MIL-STD-810 military standard construction
  • Dual fans with self-cleaning anti-dust technology to extend system longevity
  • RGB backlit keyboard rated for 20-million keystrokes
  • Ports: 2 x USB-A 3.2, 1 x USB-A 2.0, 1 x USB-C 3.2, 1 x HDMI, 1 x Ethernet, 1 x headphone/mic combo jack

This offer is effective online for a limited time and qualifies for free home shipping or Best Buy store-front pick-up (where available).

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    • Any desktops on sale? Or is it worth just building one?
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    • wwedx wrote: Any desktops on sale? Or is it worth just building one?
      wait until end of this yr if u can for more intel cpu or amd 4000 series
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    • Im considering a gaming laptop (that can run games like battlefield 5 or destiny 2) budget around 1500, and can wait till september... is this a good deal or do you guys think a better deal will show up later on..?
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    • Does this have any free ram slots?
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    • Bencherstyle wrote: Im considering a gaming laptop (that can run games like battlefield 5 or destiny 2) budget around 1500, and can wait till september... is this a good deal or do you guys think a better deal will show up later on..?
      this is pretty good deal. You woudnlt regret going either one amd or intel at this price pt.
      Or maybe spend 1500 later in sep, hoping for rtx 2070? but highly unlikely.
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    • Nice work, OP.

      Nice work.
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    • wwedx wrote: Any desktops on sale? Or is it worth just building one?
      Build your own desktop, but wait until the new CPU's and graphics cards come out so you can get more for your money. They will all be out by the fall.
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    • Pretty meh, I feel like prices have increased during this time
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    • This is posted on reddit in BAPsalesCanada, but I'll say what I said there.
      As good as this laptop is specced, don't expect remarkable gaming performance at 144hz. 1660ti is not more than a midrange GPU.
      With the current pricing, this isn't a bad deal, but I'd still feel bad paying this much for laptop with less than a 2060.

      Edit: I'm not saying the 9300h with a 2060 is any better, as the CPU is much better in this. But I see no reason to put 144hz on a laptop with a GPU that probably won't see 144 FPS in a lot of games.
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    • thatsnasty wrote: This is posted on reddit in BAPsalesCanada, but I'll say what I said there.
      As good as this laptop is specced, don't expect remarkable gaming performance at 144hz. 1660ti is not more than a midrange GPU.
      With the current pricing, this isn't a bad deal, but I'd still feel bad paying this much for laptop with less than a 2060.

      Edit: I'm not saying the 9300h with a 2060 is any better, as the CPU is much better in this. But I see no reason to put 144hz on a laptop with a GPU that probably won't see 144 FPS in a lot of games.
      In term of fps 1660ti give almost the same performance than RTX 2060 minus RTX graphics ( for the few games that support it )
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    • thatsnasty wrote: This is posted on reddit in BAPsalesCanada, but I'll say what I said there.
      As good as this laptop is specced, don't expect remarkable gaming performance at 144hz. 1660ti is not more than a midrange GPU.
      With the current pricing, this isn't a bad deal, but I'd still feel bad paying this much for laptop with less than a 2060.

      Edit: I'm not saying the 9300h with a 2060 is any better, as the CPU is much better in this. But I see no reason to put 144hz on a laptop with a GPU that probably won't see 144 FPS in a lot of games.
      yea I get what your saying but rtx 2060 laptops are usually 1800+ ish normally
      rtx 2070 2000+
      Companies loves to put "gaming" title into laptops but rly they are decent gaming at medium/high setting.
      If you are serious about gaming, desktop is only way to go
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    • Emile01 wrote: 1660ti give almost the same performance than RTX 2060 minus RTX graphics ( for the few games that support it )
      No, it isn't. It's anywhere from 8%-22% better.
      And were talking about a system that is already GPU limited at 144hz.
      My desktop has a 165hz monitor, and I would not try to push this thing with a 1660ti, no chance.
      JIB9022 wrote: yea I get what your saying but rtx 2060 laptops are usually 1800+ ish normally
      rtx 2070 2000+
      Companies loves to put "gaming" title into laptops but rly they are decent gaming at medium/high setting.
      If you are serious about gaming, desktop is only way to go
      I don't disagree, but it still feels bad spending this much and getting a GPU that feels like it doesn't belong with the rest of the specs.
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    • Saw this on the Best Buy website last night, thought it was a pretty decent deal especially with the 8-core CPU. 1 was in stock near me. Looks like that 1 got bought this morning 😖
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    • JIB9022 wrote: wait until end of this yr if u can for more intel cpu or amd 4000 series
      I say mark what you want, view price history, and buy when things go on sale.

      So many people waited for boxing day..etc and I could have saved like $70 in total on my PC if I was lucky since so many things sold out immediately.

      Saving $70 when spending $1,500 and having to wait an extra 4-8 months longer? Not at all worth it, I had zero regrets buying well before boxing day/end of year.

      Stuff sold out, prices jumped up and now Covid. I still know people from last year waiting...they have been waiting for 2+ years as the next best thing will always be around the corner.
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    • thatsnasty wrote: No, it isn't. It's anywhere from 8%-22% better.
      And were talking about a system that is already GPU limited at 144hz.
      My desktop has a 165hz monitor, and I would not try to push this thing with a 1660ti, no chance.



      I don't disagree, but it still feels bad spending this much and getting a GPU that feels like it doesn't belong with the rest of the specs.
      Both cards won't do 144 fps in recent AAA games unless you drop graphics settings. But I get your point. I'm Just saying that in real world usage there's not a huge difference between both cards in terms of framerate performance.

      https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/N ... 4034vs4037
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    • MikeB84225 wrote: I say mark what you want, view price history, and buy when things go on sale.

      So many people waited for boxing day..etc and I could have saved like $70 in total on my PC if I was lucky since so many things sold out immediately.

      Saving $70 when spending $1,500 and having to wait an extra 4-8 months longer? Not at all worth it, I had zero regrets buying well before boxing day/end of year.

      Stuff sold out, prices jumped up and now Covid. I still know people from last year waiting...they have been waiting for 2+ years as the next best thing will always be around the corner.
      Well that depends on whether you’re buying stuff to actually use it, or just for bragging rights on who got the best deal. 😂
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    • hermitian wrote: Pretty meh, I feel like prices have increased during this time
      You mean, less Lenovo price errors
      CPU better than i7, 1660ti, 144hz $1299... if this was i7 variant last year, it would've surely be in 1500s on sale. 4800H just came out, it didn't go up in price.
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    • cheaper_than_cheap wrote: Well that depends on whether you’re buying stuff to actually use it, or just for bragging rights on who got the best deal. 😂
      Hahahah that very true!

      I did not get the absolute best deals but I'm using my new PC and it's great!
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    • Can't beat the $549 price error deal for Asus Tuf FX505DT deal.
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