Acer Nitro 5 AN515-45-R9QH Gaming NHQBSAA001 AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX 15.6 Inch QHD 32GB RAM 1TB SSD NVIDIA RTX 3080 8GB Win 10 Home

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  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX
  • Display: 15.6-inch QHD 2560 x 1440p resolution at 165Hz and 3ms latency
  • Memory: 32GB RAM
  • Storage: 1TB SSD
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 with 8GB VRAM,
  • Windows 10 Home
  • Ports: 1x Ethernet port, 2x USB-A 3.1 ports, 1x USB-A 2.0 port, 1x USB-C port, 1x HDMI 2.1 port, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack,
  • Wireless: WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0
  • Battery: 57 Whr Li-Ion battery
  • Weight: 5.07 lb
  • Dimensions: 14.3 x 10.1 x 0.9 inches


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The Acer Nitro 5 is a powerful beast, but it offers neither the best value nor the best features for the money.

About the Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop

Overhead of closed laptop

Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

The Acer Nitro 5 is available in configurations that span from about $700 to $2,300. The Acer Nitro 5 is Acer’s budget gaming laptop line, available in configurations starting with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 and an Intel Core i5 up to the model we reviewed. Inside, the Nitro 5 has two M.2 SSD slots (one comes with an SSD pre-installed) and an HDD SATA bay.

What we like

There isn’t anything it can’t do with this much power

Photo of the display on the laptop

Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

The Nitro 5’s QHD screen can run games at up to 165Hz. With an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card and an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor, the Acer Nitro 5 is about as good as it gets for laptop performance. Even the most demanding games, like Cyberpunk 2077, run over 45 frames per second at maxed-out 1080p graphics settings with ray tracing. Whether you need a laptop for the best big-budget cinematic games or strenuous 3D modeling, the Nitro 5 will fit the bill. The Nitro 5’s top-line CPU, GPU, and 32GB of RAM are excellent for demanding real-world tasks like 3D rendering and film production. When we encoded a 13-minute 4K film to 1080p in Handbrake, it only took six minutes 17 seconds. Meanwhile, rendering a 3D image in Blender took three minutes 26 seconds with the CPU and six minutes 15 seconds with the GPU. Compared similarly configured laptops like the  which has the same CPU and an AMD Radeon 6800M GPU, and the which has a Ryzen 7 CPU and an RTX 3070 GPU, it keeps pace—only a few seconds slower in each Blender test, but up to 60 seconds faster in the Handbrake test.
This laptop’s gaming performance is unsurprisingly stellar, too. Shadow of the Tomb Raider, a fairly demanding game, runs at 108 fps at 1080p on the highest graphics preset. By comparison, thewhich packs an Nvidia GTX 1650 and AMD Ryzen 5 4600H, runs Shadow of the Tomb Raider at 45 fps. But compared to some of its competitors, the Nitro 5 is a tad slower. The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro—despite its technically weaker hardware—ran Shadow of the Tomb Raider at 110 fps; the , which has an Intel Core i9-11980HK processor and another RTX 3080 graphics card, pushed Shadow of the Tomb Raider to 119 fps. On the other hand, the Nitro 5 runs Control at 108 fps on the 1080p high graphics preset while the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro runs at 86 fps and the Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage runs at 96 fps.


Lower-specced laptops like the Legion 5 Pro have near equivalent performance to this Nitro 5 in most games because Acer implemented a power cap of 95 watts on the GPU. Compared to the full-powered RTX 3080, a lower-powered version needs less cooling and is less taxing on the laptop’s battery, but its performance is slower.

Function before aesthetics

Closeup of rear accent

Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

The metallic red is less tacky than the bright red on earlier Nitro 5 models, but it brings attention to the plastic-ness of the entire laptop. Even though this is the highest-end Nitro 5 available, it looks more like a budget laptop. The design is no-nonsense, with an all-plastic black and red exterior that’s stiff and sturdy. The red accents are glittery yet subtle, and the logo blends in with the lid. It’s not the sleekest laptop design, but it feels like it can withstand any wear and tear for several years. The Nitro 5 has a bulky chassis due to Acer’s utilitarian approach, but the extra bulk serves a purpose. The chassis stays cool even when running near max load, around 35-37.7 degrees Celsius (95-100 degrees Fahrenheit), which is about skin temperature. The internal fans and heat sinks are also quite big, which somewhat helps keep the noise down. The benefits aren’t huge compared to the clever cooling solutions in thinner gaming laptops, but they work.


Accessing some of the laptop’s internals is really simple, too. If you remove the screwed-on bottom cover on the underside of the laptop, there’s an empty slot for a 2.5-inch HDD, support for a second M.2 SSD, and two RAM modules (they’re not soldered down, but the motherboard can’t handle more than 32GB of RAM anyway). The components are all fairly modular, which makes it easy to upgrade your storage or RAM down the line.

The keyboard and trackpad aren’t half-bad

Person types on laptop keyboard

Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

While the keys are a little mushy, they’re comfortable to use for long periods of time. The Nitro 5’s keyboard doesn’t rival a business-first laptop like the but it’s serviceable for regular use. It’s a full-sized keyboard, with keys that are a little mushy but ultimately easy on the fingers thanks to their low actuation force and large size. I quickly became accustomed to the fairly standard keyboard layout, although the NitroSense button near the number pad, which brings up the Acer control panel, threw me off occasionally because I would sometimes accidentally press it. Meanwhile, the trackpad is large, responsive, and easy to glide on. Browsing the web and writing documents was a breeze. Gesture recognition worked smoothly, as well. It is a bit of a fingerprint magnet, but it’s otherwise as good as a trackpad gets.


The display lets you have it all

Shot of display showing spider-man

Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

This display has 100% of the sRGB color gamut, a 165Hz refresh rate, and 2560 x 1440p resolution. A lot of gaming laptops make you choose between resolution, refresh rate, and color accuracy on the display. The Nitro 5 strikes in the middle with a crisp 2560 x 1440p QHD high-refresh screen that’s reasonably color accurate and vibrant. While the screen covers the sRGB color gamut, it doesn’t meet the full gamut for HDR viewing. It’s a little dim at 305 nits, but it otherwise looks great for games, movies, and work. If you’re mostly concerned about the monitor’s gaming aptitude, it delivers a 165Hz refresh rate which makes games look fluid and play smoothly. With the RTX 3080 graphics card and Ryzen 9 processor, even games like Cyberpunk 2077 can play above 60Hz with ray tracing enabled. If you’re an esports gamer, get ready for 165 fps on maxed-out graphics settings on games like Apex: Legends, Final Fantasy XIV and Fortnite.


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