The ASUS TUF Dash F15 is one such laptop that you can group with this GPU and it only performs decent but looks pretty great as well. The minimalistic gaming laptop for the win! Taking into account that it has the RTX 30 series, it offers substantial value for its price point. But when it comes to upgrading your ASUS TUF F15 to boost its performance and capacity you can go with DDR4 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB memory upgrades.

All the above-mentioned SSDs and DDR4 RAMs are assuredly computable with ASUS TUF F15.

Things that you can upgrade in your laptop-

Firstly the RAM:

Unlike some of the thinner and lighter gaming laptops delivered by ASUS, the RAM then is all slotted ones, none of those non-upgradeable soldered RAM then. ASUS cast in DDR4 2666 MHz RAM now, but due to the extents of the AMD Ryzen mobile processors, they only run at over 2400 MHz. That’s a commodity to note when mastering your new SO- DIMMs you won’t gain anything from spending further for faster RAM because 2400 MHz is the limit. You can maximum out the memory support with 32 GB DDR4 2400 RAM (16 GB x 2) if you want, just so that you can feed Chrome more.

The 2.5 drive

Two screws hold in the case for the2.5 ″ drive. ASUS handed us three screws in the box, permitting you to secure your drive in the case. Of course, with a2.5 ″ bay, it means that you own the option to pick either quick SATA SSDs or conclude for a further storehouse, but sluggish HDDs. We've our Phidisk Wrath Keeper then which we can slot into the2.5 ″ bay. ASUS kept this2.5 ″ bay empty, so throwing in an a2.5 ″ drive won’t want any migration or backup. Just throw in a new drive, and you're set.


Now while we're veritably satisfied with the temperatures we saw when we reviewed the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505D, if one day you want to replace the thermal paste, it’s not going to be that hard. Some laptops have their cooling system under the keyboard, which makes it extremely hard to reach, but this one right then ranks as one of the easier ones to service. Whether you want to repast for better performance or just perform conservation and remove the dust in the heat sinks, you can. ASUS did equip it with their anti-dust system, but the heat sinks will still collect dust over time. So yep, laurels to ASUS for icing that the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505D is fluently maintained. One thing to note however is there are cables running over the left heat sink, so you would need to detach the cables before removing the whole cooling assembly. One thing that you might realize is that ASUS used bobby relatively freehandedly then. Utmost of their former designs had aluminum heat spreaders over the VRAM and also VRM, but it seems like they decided to go full bobby this time around for better heat dispersion.

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Taking off the bottom cover

There is an aggregate of 11 screws on the nethermost cover, five of which are shorter than the other six. We placed screws beside the holes they fit into so that you can use this print as a reference. Just in case you forgot how they go by. Now after removing all the screws, the clips are a bit more grueling to detach. I recommend pulling overhead from the hinder corners because there's a lip between the nethermost panel and the hinge medium. Be gentle though as this is plastic. Precisely slide your cutlet between the gaps and lift it off the body of the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505D once you have disentangled all the clips.

Once it’s all off, you can take a breath and phenomenon at the beautiful discrepancy of the bare bobby heat pipes against the blue PCB in the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505D. The quantum of heat pipes is analogous to ASUS ’ advanced end models, which is presumably why we saw nice temperatures when we reviewed the laptop.

Repair Cost

If you want to know about the average repair cost of ASUS laptop is 3000-5000 RS. Also, the cost of repairing depends on the problem arising in your laptop. But you can take the help of an experienced professional service center for solving your concern with the best deal.   

Final Word

Yeah, we're short of a SO- DIMM RAM stick, so we didn’t exactly completely tackle the ASUS TUF Gaming FX505D. But it does now have 1920 GB of SSD storehouse, versus the 512 GB that ASUS erected in. It’s upgradeable, and you don’t have to jump through hoops to add further RAM, further storehouse, or indeed service the cooling system.