Component side, this model gives pride of place to the new Intel Tiger Lake-H processors, engraved in 10 nm and announced at the beginning of the week. Depending on the model chosen, ASUS offers Core i5 or i7 (ranging from i5-11300H to i7-11375H) and indicates that the most high-end chip will be able to reach up to 5 GHz. We will surely have the opportunity to verify it in test.
Alongside its processor, the Dash F15 will rely on an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 or 3070 as desired.
The set will be supported by a maximum of 16 GB of RAM (DDR4 at 3200 MHz, with a vacant slot to upgrade to 32 GB) and will finally be able to have up to 1 TB of storage in M.2 SSD (with the possibility of ” opt for a RAID configuration) as well as connectivity Wi-Fi 6 and a 76 Wh battery.
ASUS finally offers several optional IPS screens, all Full HD, but differing in the refresh rate: 240, 144 or 60 Hz. The screen was not necessarily the strong point of TUF laptops in the past, we will see if ASUS has improved its product on this point.
The connection, finally, is rather generous with a Thunderbolt 4 USB-C port, three USB-A ports, an HDMI output, an RJ45 port and a headphone jack.