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Acer Aspire 5 A515-51G Laptop

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hi all, I just got an Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD as my mobile work/gamehorse so here are some views, benches and opinions on this machine.

 

First the Specs:

 

The laptop comes with not much in the box but itself, the power adapter and some warranty notes.

 

Inside of the machine as follows:

 

CPU: Intel Core I5 7200U (2 physical cores + 2 logical cores equaling 4 threads)

RAM: 4gb soldered directly to the motherboard, and additional 4gb in the expansion socket (Only one ram expansion slot available)

Storage: a Kingston M.2 Sata 128gb SSD, a WD Blue 1 TB 2.5" hdd

Display: Full HD IPS

GFX: due to Optimus tech on low performance applications, as well as on powersaving, using the Intel HD 620, on demanding applications it switches to the build in NVidia MX150.

 

Keyboard: white backlit, toggle able on or off, no extra dimming.

Connectors:

 

        left: SDCard reader, USB 3.0 type A, HDMI, USB 3.1 Type C (no thunderbolt), Gigabit LAN, Kensington lock.

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        right: combined headphone/mike jack, 2x USB 2.0, power input

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The Device itself: 

 

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The Top is just a plastic with some lines in it, it looks quite nice, but feels like plastic. Even though the Screen is packed up nicely and sturdy. It takes some force to try to bend the display even though the outer shell is just plain plastic.

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On the bottom there are to service latches. Under the one on the down left you find the HDD, in this case a WD Blue 1 tb, which is near noiseless. The latch on the middle right is for the additional Ram slot, in my case an ADATA DDR4 2133 4 GB Stick is inside. The other 4 GB are soldered directly to the Motherboards PCB. 

 

To swap out the internal M.2 SSD you need to disassemble the whole back. I won't do this now, there are some videos on Youtube that handle this, or even the review on notebookcheck.com

 

The rubberfeet are excellent. The Laptop doesn't budge without extreme force. The hinges are nice. The laptop can be opened using only one hand, and there is no wobble on the display when the table gets a rumble. 

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The insides when opened up is a brushed aluminium plate which feels quite premium.

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Now for some benchmarks:

 

Haven (Full HD, Tesselation Normal, 4x AA):

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3D Mark 11 Basic Edition 1280 * 720 : 4482 

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/12337099

 

3D Mark Basic Edition Firestrike (Default Settings) : 3092

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/21771880

 

Atto Disk Benchmark (first SSD, then HDD):

 

 

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Crystal Disk Mark (first SSD, then HDD):

 

 

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As for games: 

 

Witcher III Wild Hunt

 

Settings: Full HD, NVIDIA Hair Works only Geralt, Hairworks AA x2, Number of background charakters medium, shadow quality medium, terrain highest quality, water quality high, grass amount low, texture quality high, sight range high, details high.

 

In this setting I throttled Witcher to 30 FPS max. The game runs smoothly and nice to look at. Not as good as on the GTX 760 on the Desktop, but well nice enough. The fan is running at a medium speed, definetly easy to hear, but not as disturbing due to a higher pitch. Temps in game around 60-75 °C. 

 

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Settings: All on medium, Full HD

 

Here again, the fan is clearly cranking up, but the game stays fluent. Scrolling like a madman around the map, no problem for this little machine. Temps went as high as 65°C. 

 

 

An older funny MMORPG called Everquest II which even grinds down modern hardware due to its bad code is able to run at 30 fps without getting too noisy. 

 

 

 

Overall look and feel:

 

The machine is, measured on its specs, a nice allround laptop. The games I play I can do so in medium to high settings, depending on the people nearby. The little cooling fan can ramp up so that it sounds like a mini jet engine, but usually keeps its turn in max medium speed. Running the 7zip Benchmark it didn't even spin up. This as well as in normal desktop/web browsing/vid watching mode, the laptop is dead silent.

 

Starting Windows from a complete off takes around 10-15 seconds. Shutting down takes longer usually, as funny as it sounds. Loading times from things stored on the SSD always feel snappy. Even most games installed on the HDD feel nice in terms of loading times. The exception here is Witcher III, here compared with stored on a SSD, the loading times take a while. 

 

The speakers deliver a really nice sound in the medium and high frequencies, they lack though in the base department, like most laptops do. For watching a movie or listening to music, with the little lacking sub frequencies, the sound always stays crystal clear, even on max volume. 

 

There are some nice energy saving features. For example on battery, when you stop typing for a while, the keyboard backlight shuts down. A single "Any key" press, lets the backlight come back on. 

 

Now the battery life test I did on it was just a plain defrag of the HDDs 250gb with O&O Defrag 19.5 in mode "Access". It is still running but nearly finished now. While it ran a 100% disk usage on the HDD I browsed a little and kept the screen from suspending at a brightness of 40%. The battery gone down from around 95% to 10% in around 5 hours. 

 

Keeping in mind a disk at 100% usage draws more power than an idling one that even suspends every now and then... In regard of this I might say a runtime of 6-7 hours may be achievable. 

 

 

My conclusion, this machine is worth the € 729,- Amazon wants for it. It is no highend gaming machine, but powerful enough to run the stuff I threw at it without lagging or stuttering. As long as the fan isn't cranking on max, even the noise is quite bearable. Typing on the backlit keyboard is quite fun as well, the haptic is nice, the hub of each key long enough and the resistance not that high. So even typing long time on it is fun. The Touchpad is excellent. the fingers glide around on that metal thing, nearly as nice as on a Surface books glass touchpad. The two buttons though are a little funny to press, a feel of wobblyness when pushing down, while nothing really wobbles, just like pressing down on a hard jelly. The clicking point though is precise. I think the pad will get better after a little use. Else it supports multi finger gestures, scrolling with two fingers, tapping two fingers is a right click, tapping with three fingers open Cortana/Windows search. Resizing images just like on a smartphone with pinching or stretching apart two fingers. It may sound funny to hear, but the old Travelmate I have doesn't have this luxury things in its abilities. 

 

For further questions feel free to ask.

 

 

Cheers

Anghammarad

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2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, frozeNNN said:

Isn't that CPU 2 cores and 4 threads?

Yes, 2 cores together 4 threads, so 2 real cores plus 2 additonal threads. Sorry if it is puzzling. 


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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20 minutes ago, Anghammarad said:

Yes, 2 cores together 4 threads, so 2 real cores plus 2 additonal threads. Sorry if it is puzzling. 

if you want to say it like that say 2 physical and 2 logical cores, easier to follow

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2 minutes ago, ImNotThere said:

if you want to say it like that say 2 physical and 2 logical cores, easier to follow

done


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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Great review! I was surprised at how well it performed in games. TBH I didn't expect anything more than 20 fps in the witcher. 


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14 hours ago, JaegerB said:

Great review! I was surprised at how well it performed in games. TBH I didn't expect anything more than 20 fps in the witcher. 

I was pleasantly surprised as well. =)


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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Can you test CSGO, Dota 2 and maybe PUBG as well? Sorry if I'm asking too much:PxD


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4 minutes ago, ZM Fong said:

Can you test CSGO, Dota 2 and maybe PUBG as well? Sorry if I'm asking too much:PxD

I don't have those at hand. If I get one of those, I can try. This will take a while due to me not being at home for a while.


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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2 hours ago, Jared1999 said:

Can you open the bottom lid and take picture of the motherboard, thank you very much.

not taken apart by me, but my model opened up by somebody already =) 

 

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2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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Nice review. I want to know how much the surface of the  laptop heats up heats up. Does this throttle after an hours game and is this good for long time use? Thanks. 

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5 hours ago, Nokla7 said:

Nice review. I want to know how much the surface of the  laptop heats up heats up. Does this throttle after an hours game and is this good for long time use? Thanks. 

I used it to game for around 1-2 hours straight while in hospital. There was no drop in performance and it never felt hot to the touch. If at all I think it was more the warmth of my hands that heated the top side. The cooling is quite good. Even while on EQ2 or Witcher 3 for some time it never was uncomfortable or felt like a heater... 

 

Even though something parked at the exhaust gets quite warm then. Just place your cup of coffee or tea there =) 


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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One question, how to toggle on/off keyboard backlit?


Check out my laptop reviews here

 

My daily driver: Lenovo Legion Y530 [REVIEW]

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Check out my blog here

Laptop ODMsClevo, Tongfang, Quanta

 

My Phone: Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite [REVIEW] (Blue, with XUNDD hard case)

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6 minutes ago, ZM Fong said:

One question, how to toggle on/off keyboard backlit?

Key Combo Fn + F9


2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes): AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX. (one of those got a Gainward Phoenix GS 1060 if I had waited only a month longer ^^) 

 

On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display

 

Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)

 

(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)

 

Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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