Acer Swift X SFX14-41G-R1S6 Creator Laptop | 14″ Full HD 100% sRGB | AMD Ryzen 7 5800U | NVIDIA RTX 3050Ti Laptop GPU | 16GB LPDDR4X | 512GB SSD |…

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Acer Swift X SFX14-41G-R1S6 Creator Laptop | 14" Full HD 100% sRGB | AMD Ryzen 7 5800U | NVIDIA RTX 3050Ti Laptop GPU | 16GB LPDDR4X | 512GB SSD |...
  • Ultimate Performance. Uncompromised Battery Life: Speed up tasks with AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor with Zen 3 Core Architecture, available for ultrathin laptops, so you can save time and get back to creating
  • RTX, It’s On: The latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Laptop GPU (4GB GDDR6 VRAM) is powered by award-winning Ampere architecture with new Ray Tracing Cores, Tensor Cores, and streaming multiprocessors supporting DirectX 12 Ultimate for incredible creativity
  • A True Visual Representation: Create your best content on the 14″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Widescreen LED-backlit 100% sRGB display with 300 nits brightness and 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Internal Specifications: 16GB LPDDR4X memory (maximum 16GB); 512GB NVMe SSD; 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 Dual-Band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz featuring 2×2 MU-MIMO technology; Bluetooth 5.2
  • Windows Hello with Fingerprint Reader: Biometric fingerprint reader and Windows Hello sign-in options help keep your Acer PC secure
  • Using Alexa on your PC is as easy as asking a question. Just ask and Alexa can check your calendar, create lists, play music, answer questions, read the news and more.
  • Made to Move: At just 3.06 lbs, this Acer Swift X laptop is ready to go where you go. The metal design is thin and lightweight, but packs a whole lot of battery power with fast charging capability
  • Hear It to Believe It: Stream music, play back videos, and hear it all with optimized bass response and distortion prevention from DTS Audio in the dual front-facing speakers
  • Ports For All Your Accessories: USB Type-C Port USB 3.2 Gen 2 (up to 10 Gbps) DisplayPort over USB Type-C & USB Charging, 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 (1 Power-off Charging), HDMI 2.0 with HDCP support, Headphone/Microphone-in Jack, DC-in for AC adapter

Specification: Acer Swift X SFX14-41G-R1S6 Creator Laptop | 14″ Full HD 100% sRGB | AMD Ryzen 7 5800U | NVIDIA RTX 3050Ti Laptop GPU | 16GB LPDDR4X | 512GB SSD |…

Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


‎1.9 GHz amd_ryzen_7



Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050Ti

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Graphics Card Ram Size

‎4 GB

Wireless Type


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎12 Hours





Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Item Weight

‎3.06 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.71 x 8.35 x 0.7 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.71 x 8.35 x 0.7 inches



Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

3 reviews for Acer Swift X SFX14-41G-R1S6 Creator Laptop | 14″ Full HD 100% sRGB | AMD Ryzen 7 5800U | NVIDIA RTX 3050Ti Laptop GPU | 16GB LPDDR4X | 512GB SSD |…

4.7 out of 5
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  1. Avatar of Iván Baena

    Iván Baena

    Pensé en comprar esta laptop para el trabajo, jugar, escuela, y solo me queda decir que cumple con mis expectativas, únicamente , la cámara deja algo que desear en cuanto a calidad pero debido al rendimiento que tiene en cuanto a software, sigo muy satisfecho con la compra de todas maneras, muy recomendable.

    en cuanto al envío, llegó muy bien sellada y protegida, tampoco tube que esperar mucho para tenerla en mis manos.

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  2. Avatar of Tim Gallagher

    Tim Gallagher

    Note: Minor review edits after ~2 months w/ laptop

    This is a very powerful laptop that doesn’t have the drawbacks of many gaming laptops. It looks normal, has a charging brick of 90W which is actually portable, and is nice and lightweight. Main distinguishing factors are:
    – really nice display (100% srgb 1080p 60hz max 300 nits w/ good brightness scaling)
    – good build quality overall, with the lid being a tiny bit wobbly
    – the top-notch performance for an 14″ ultra-thin (see details below if interested)
    – really small size
    – thermals are decent, especially for what it is, though fan gets very loud under heavy loads

    The screen and keyboard are both pretty nice (keyboard backlight is a nice plus) and webcam is fine (720p). Port selection includes 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB C, 1 HDMI, Combined Audio, and a Kensington Lock. It’s a bit annoying that there’s no ethernet or SD card reader; however, the I got a tp-link ethernet + usb hub for ~$30 and it’s pretty easy to carry around. The speakers are on the bottom and sound kinda meh (they get the job done). I get 5-7 hours of battery life under most use cases, which is pretty good for a laptop this powerful and small. If you play graphically or computationally intensive games, expect lower. While the fan can get really loud, it generally runs quiet unless under stress. The performance is amazing; the Ryzen 7 5800u is one of the (if not the) most powerful CPUs for ultra-portables, and will make a big difference for video/photo-editing especially. The 3050ti allows this to play most modern games at decent framerates. Keep in mind that anything higher than 60 is overkill unless you’re using an external monitor, so this should be fine for any non-AAA games and even some AAA games at high settings. But, don’t expect ray tracing or any other super taxing stuff to run well. Another note is that you’ll only be getting 60-70% of the GPU performance you’d get in a gaming laptop equivalent because of the size. Lastly, if you are so inclined, there is a 2nd M.2 ssd slot inside for future upgrading, and the 1st one is also user accessible. Make sure you have torx bits if you want to open it up. Overall, this machine gets a 4.5/5 (rounded up to 5) from me. Below are more details for performance nerds/diy people:
    The Wifi card is a Wifi 6 2×2 by Mediatek. Intel is technically better, but honestly it runs fine. The CPU has a listed wattage of 15W, but boosts as high as 40W while plugged in, sits between 85-95C under heavy, fully threaded loads, and stays clocked between 3.7 and 4.4GHz on all 8 cores. The GPU stays nice and cool under stress at around 65C, and runs up to 35-40W. For reference, the NVIDIA 3050ti at that wattage runs 15-20% worse than my desktop NVIDIA 1650 super at 100W. I haven’t tried to max out the CPU and GPU at the same time for a long time, but expect the performance to be a little worse in any games that utilize both parts heavily. The integrated graphics handle the OS and the majority of less GPU-intensive tasks, which saves power and maximizes graphics performance (I feel like this should be a given, but it isn’t).

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    Edit: Updated after spending more time with the laptop.

    I ended up buying two of these. First one was for me, the second one was for my son who is in the military.

    I can say that my power brick works fine and the “pigtail” fits into the brick just fine. I think that reviewer was unlucky and got a dud.

    RAM is soldered on, so there aren’t any upgrades. However, it’s low power DDR4 4266, so it’s fast and also in dual channel. 16 GB should be enough for most people.

    The SSD is a PCIe 3.0 x4, so it’s relatively quick. HWinfo64 reports it’s also NVMe 1.3, which isn’t the latest spec. The SSD itself is made by SK Hynix and performs reasonably well. There are two M.2 slots inside. Slot 1 is NVMe/SATA. Second is NVMe only. Both slots are PCIe 3.0 as the AMD Ryzen 5000 series only supports PCIe 3.0. If you want to upgrade your storage, don’t waste your money on a Gen 4/PCIe 4.0 SSD unless you plan on moving it to a faster computer later. I recommend the SK Hynix P31 Gold 1 TB for a second drive. I put one in my son’s Swift X and it performs very well.

    The Wifi is made by Mediatek. I had a lot of issues with this card. It wouldn’t connect to my Fios wireless network (it’d connect to the guest network though – go figure). Card was very slow. I bought an Intel AX210 for my son’s laptop and it fixed the problems. Speed and connectivity is significantly better with an Intel card.

    The laptop is a little short on ports, including an Ethernet and an SD card slot. You may want to get a USB dock that has these and additional USB ports.

    Now the graphics card. First off, this is NOT a gaming laptop nor does it claim to be. This is a low power version of the RTX 3050 Ti. If you buy this with gaming as your primary focus, you’ll be disappointed. There are dedicated gaming laptops that will do a much better job.

    With that being said, this laptop is one that is capable of doing some lighter gaming and doing it reasonably well. It will perform better than other thin and light graphics solutions like the Nvidia MX450 or the Intel Xe. Think more of playing a game in your hotel after a day of work. The lower power edition will have lower performance than other RTX 3050 Ti’s running at a higher wattage. The graphics card is there to give a boost to creator software like Photoshop and Premier. This laptop is primarily a work laptop. Still gaming will be significantly better than with the onboard Radeon graphics, or a comparable laptop with Intel Xe graphics.

    Screen is pretty good for its segment. Sound is ok. Headphones would be advised for better sound.

    Keyboard backlight was another issue for me. The white backlight with the gold keys can make it hard to read with the backlight on. I found the keyboard more readable with the backlight off in a lit room. The middle right section of the keyboard was significantly dimmer than the left side and right edge. It made the keyboard even more difficult to read and quite frankly, it drove me nuts. My son’s laptop didn’t have the issue.

    Acer offered to do a warranty repair for me, but a tech at an authorized Acer repair shop told me to just send it back as I’d have the situation resolved much more quickly. I ended up exchanging it for a laptop that better meets my needs (IA testing and development). I bought another Acer as I still like the brand. I just needed something a bit beefier and a bit more upgradeable. It’s a great laptop for my son who has much more “normal” computing needs than I do.

    Overall, it seems like a solid laptop for the price. It’s not fancy but should do it’s primary tasks well (business) with a little extra for entertainment. Compared to other thin and lights I’ve owned (an Aspire 5 and a Lenovo Ideapad 720S), this outperforms them.

    If you go in with reasonable expectations, you should be quite happy with the purchase.

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