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The ASUS K53TA-BBR6


This laptop is a god send. With a very tight budget even for a laptop with nothing but good battery life, this laptop was not only good for that but was able to fulfill everything I ever wanted in a laptop. It has its flaws, but they are very easy to overlook with what the laptop provides.


Specs:
Processor: AMD A6 3400m 1.4Ghz
GPU: HD 6720g2 (HD 6520g + HD 6650m w/ 1GB GDDR3)
RAM: 1x4GB Samsung RAM 1333Mhz (The highest speed the processor supports) Upgradable with an additional 4GB dimm
HDD: 500GB 5400rpm Seagate HDD
15.6" 1366x768 screen

Build Quality: 4/5
Like many that get the laptop say, "its better than expected", and I have to agree with that. The plastic that surrounds the laptop is hard and solid. The textured finish on the screen and palm rests is very nice not only for aesthetics but also for functionality, as it has a finish that would hide smudges and hairline scratches. So why not give the laptop a perfect score for how well built the laptop sounds? Its the small things. The laptop screen has some flex to it that gives it a slight cheap feeling, the left mouse button on the touchpad is higher than the right button as well as both button giving off a cheap clicking sound when pressed, and when I opened up the laptop two area's on the palmrest faceplate where the screws screw into fell apart/off.

Battery Life: 4.5/5
The battery life that this laptop provided was a massive turn on, and was exactly what I needed in a laptop. If you were to undervolt the laptop's A6 processor (It undervolts/overclocks like a BOSS), lower the brightness to the lowest setting, and do nothing but browse the web, you can get more than five hours out of this laptop! I personally got approximately 5 hours and 30 minutes out of it however people reported getting up to 6 hours from it! This is due to the laptop pulling as low as 10w from the battery with the very power efficient processor at idle. The high performance battery life that this laptop gets is what makes it feel like many other laptops. With the high performance battery preset, %50 brightness, and the processor overclocked to 2.2 Ghz with volts very similar to stock volts, I was able to get a little less than an hour and a half playing Portal 2. With the stock CPU clocks and volts as well as a different game, your results may vary (More or less, as Portal 2 isn't very demanding). What is also really impressive is that the laptops 6-cell battery is one of the smallest laptop batteries I've seen.

Performance: 4/5
CPU performance: 4/5
The AMD A6-3400m CPU performance at the stock clocks of 800mhz-1400mhz it is very weak. Weak as in barely enough to give you smooth internet browsing and is a very high bottleneck in gaming. So why give the processor a very generous score? Overcloackability potential. Not before you say anything hear me out first. The stock configuration that the processor comes with is very unusual and in a good way. Using a simple program usung K10stat which can be used in the OS, I was able to overclock the processor to 2 Ghz yet at the same time UNDERVOLT IT from 1.0375v to 1.0v! Since the temps were still only around 65*c, I was able to set my speed to 2.2 Ghz at a still low 1.0875v and stay under 75*c. Battery life was not seriously hurt since the voltage wasn't changed that much and I got a very nice performance boost. In benchmarks the A6 is about on par with an Intel i3 processor however when overclocked it can easily compete with Intel's i5's. I'm an Intel fanboy when it comes to desktop processor's however I have to hand it to AMD for a surprisingly powerful mobile processor.
GPU performance: 4/5
What makes this laptop a gaming laptop is the GPU's. yes that's right, there are two of these chips in the laptop. Combined with an already impressively performing AMD 6520g integrated processor (In the CPU die) is an AMD HD 6650m with 1GB of GDDR3 VRAM. AMD calls the combination "HD 6720g2". What's happening is the two GPU's are put into asymmetric crossfire and the outcome is much better performance, that of which rivals GPU's in laptops found in laptops selling for $800+. Here is a link to the GPU written by notebookcheck.net.
Unfortunately, with AMD's drivers which we all know are horrible when it comes to crossfire, you will get very mixed results. While I was able to play Assassins Creed 2 at the highest settings and get around 30fps which was expected, Battlefield 3 would give me a framerate in the teens (10-20). Disabling crossfiire and only running the game on the HD 6650m greatly increased framerate. The funny thing is that low-ultra settings with everything besides shadows which was always at low gave me the same framerate, maybe even better with high and ultra for some reason. AMD drivers are very unpredictable when it comes to these kinds of things. Overall, the driver problems are the only thing that keeps the GPU's from getting a flawless score.

Image Quality (Screen) 3.5/5
The screen is sub-par. It is the worst aspect of the laptop. While 1366x768 makes the GPU's be able to put more power into graphics settings than the resolution, compared to 1440p or even 1080p, the real estate that the resolution provides is like the new 800x600 for me. Its just too small. Unsurprisingly the screen also has horrendous viewing angles and the colors like with every cheap TN panel, look washed out and grainy with this specific model. There is good new however. It has been confirmed that the ASUS G53's 1920x1080 screen is compatible with this laptop, all that has to be replaced is the LCD cable which will run you another $20 if you find it. I just suggest you hook up the laptop to an external display via HDMI to see if games still run at acceptable framerates.

Expansion: 4/5
The expansion is quite good in this laptop for it's price category. With most graphics capable laptop that run slightly higher in terms of price, the laptop features an HDMI port as well as a VGA port in case your using this with a CRT or a projector. Both are located on the left side along with a USB 2.0, a USB 3.0, charge port, and last but not least Ethernet. I would also like to mention that the laptops exhaust is also conveniently placed on the same side. In the front there is an SD card as well as 6 indicator LED's under the touchpad. On the right side there is a headphone and microphone jack and a DVD drive that can do everything you'd expect from a DVD drive. There is nothing but the battery on the back. One thing I would've loved to see in a PCIe expansion slot for something like a better WiFi card or maybe even a sound card but the USB 3.0 and HDMI made up for it.



Overall: 4/5
I just cannot believe I am getting very nice gaming performance for the amount of money that I paid for this thing. Not only can I take notes in class with it but it doubles as a very capable transportable gaming rig, what's not to like?


Availability:
Unfortunately that is the only barrier. For $400 the laptop will be refurbished as I can't find it new anywhere for a very inflated price. Check your local bestbuy and see if they by any chance still have it new, you'll be able to snag it at that price. Newegg is selling a refurbished model on their ebay page for $420. I purchased mine off the site however it is out of stock once again.

Here are some helpful links for the laptop:
Laptop Newegg page
Notebookcheck.net GPU review
Notebookreview.com 300+ page discussion thread (Very helpful/must read)
Edited by CrazzyRussian - 5/1/12 at 5:17pm
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I have this laptop as well but I believe its a refresh with a6 3420m, 6 gig ddr3 ram, 750gb hard drive all else are the same except i bought mine in Canada and it came with bilingual keyboard. Actually thinking about getting a US keyboard for 20 bux shipped from china wink.gif

i agree with most of your points except couple things.

I have mine at near stock settings, only overclocked it 100mhz from 1.5ghz to 1.6ghz and undervolted running at 0.9625v. Though I wish I could lower the voltage at idle clock (800mhz) it would crash and give BSOD everytime voltage goes below 0.850v. Ive seen low as 0.7125v in forums but thats probably a very lucky batch. Getting back to my point, it doesnt feel sluggish at all, heck I am playing Dota2 beta at 1.6ghz and its only utilizing 35-50% albeit its not cpu intensive but for sure more intensive than web browsing.

The problem is that 4gig ram. Its not running in dual channel mode since its 1 stick of ram!

I actually read all 300+ pages in the link you provided before purchasing this laptop (oh got it for $450 BNIB at staples b/t which is good as you can get in Canada) and you get most out of the Llano processor in dual channel mode. Thats probably why your laptop feels sluggish. Spend that $20 dollars in another 4gig ram and I bet even without overclocking ur system you will get boost in performance.

As for the graphic driver try 12.4. Seems like AMD finally got it right and getting some positive feedbacks. 12.5 beta driver is already out btw.

screen sucks but if you want to go all out you can get 1080p screen from g53 series and upgrade it.

I could have waited for Trinity APUS coming this 2nd quarter but just like ivy bridge its more revolutionary than evolutionary compared to its predecessors.

I daresay try upgrading your ram and enjoy your laptop even more!
Edited by wannabe_modder - 5/1/12 at 8:05pm
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Very good points. Well, while I have no doubts that adding another stick of ram will greatly improve performance, the system overclocked to 2.2Ghz when I'm plugged in feels much smoother than at stock, Also, as we have different processor I had no problem running my processor at setting measured in the 300+ page thread. To save battery life, I have a CPU profile where my processor, running at 800Mhz, only uses .7125 volts. I don't know what AMD did with your CPU but whatever they did they destroyed the overclocking potential as far as I understand.
Thanks for the tip on the 12.4 drivers, but I thought they didn't support mobile graphics. I though only the preview drivers did. Can you tell me what settings you run BF3 at if you have it? Or maybe any other game besides dota 2.
Last but not least, what's the ram configuration in your laptop that makes it 6GB? 1x4GB and 1x2GB?
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No my cpu overclocks just fine but I have no need for it and I guess my batch wasn't that good for undervolting. No I do not play any other games on this laptop. Perhaps guild wars 2 when its out.

Are you talking about that fineprint in the release notes? People are speculating that its only for those with intel cpu with amd gpu. It still applys to 6520g so we must get driver support.
Some say bf3 benefits from crossfire some say it just causes stuttering. Only you can find out for your self.

Yes its 1x4gig + 1x2gig combo
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I see the question for an awesome budget gaming laptop still coming up so I guess this thread needed a bump tongue.gif
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I think putting an SSD would make this laptop even better for gaming/performance! I would buy this laptop with a 256GB M4 and be set! biggrin.gif
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I was going to buy one of these, but when I got to Best Buy, I was told their last one was sold the day before frown.gif The only ones availible were a broken one in San Diego and a floor model in New Jersey.
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The only problem is that its huge.
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Too bad its only in stores frown.gif From my iPod I cant even tell the price.
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