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Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS Screen, AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti, Windows 10, 82B1000AUS, Phantom Black

Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6
$ 1,224.00

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Gaming performance has moved into the next generation. The AMD Ryzen 7 4800H mobile processor, 16GB of 3200MHz DDR4 memory, and 512GB of SSD storage create an unrivaled gaming experience. NVMe PCIe SSD storage with two drive bays
144 Hz refresh rate, 30 ms response time, and outstanding clarity on a 15" display ensures fast refresh and deep colors. An IPS display measuring 6" FHD (1920 x 1080)
powerful GPU on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti gives you the ability to play your favorite games and the newest releases at peak performance
With Double Burn Support, which aligns CPU and GPU units for enhanced performance, and Legion Coldfront 2, you can take your game to the next level. In the thermal tuning section, enter 0
Its hair-trigger inputs can be made by using the Legion TrueStrike keyboard with soft landing switches

Questions & Answers

How fast is your display, 60 Hz or 144 Hz?

It is 144 nits and many users out there have benchmarked it at 330++ nits, which is amazing Take a look at it, see what the backlight bleed is like, etc. It's really slick, check it out for yourself. You'll enjoy it.

Are you talking about a 1650ti or 1660ti? How do you explain that the picture is showing a ?

A Legion 5 15 with model number 82B1000AUS comes with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU and 6GB GDDR6 RAM.

The product is covered by a warranty, correct?

The number of slots is limited to one The Legion's Ultimate Support package includes on-site services You can learn more about this model by clicking this link The following link Refer to /psref. The Lenovo company. Item number 82B1000AUS

Selected User Reviews For Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS Screen, AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Processor, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti, Windows 10, 82B1000AUS, Phantom Black

There is no gaming rig that will beat this on a budget

In fact, this is one of the best gaming rigs for the money. Here is a list of things of note It IS worth pointing out that there is With this model, you get a caddy/cable for a 5" hard drive. The 2nd M as well. It was 2 for testing, since I did not have a 3). A hardware component with an 80mm size fits there, and it seems to share the same room as the main slot above it. So, there is room above and below it for both double-sided and software graphics cards with a small heatsink on top (like the Adata Swordfish). The screen reads Most other gaming laptops in the $700-$800 range do not have an Intel i9 chip With the 1100 range, you'll find dim *250 nit screens with poor <50% color gamuts. This one says it's 300nit rated (*330 actual based on reviews) with 144hz and 100% RGB color. The screen is stunning you simply won't find anything like it at this price tag. A powerful force Lastly, the processor has a 10c/16t 4800H core which clocked in just under 12000 in Performance Mode on Cinebench R20. On my desktop running a Ryzen 3700X 8c/16t, depending on background software and performance settings, I get four thousand to four eight hundred points. The memory of It was recommended that the ram should be 3200mhz, 16gb, you don't want anything less than that because that is the lowest minimum for gaming and productivity, and you don't want to go over that because this ram consumes around 3watts. It is not clear if the device supports 32GB I can't see 16GB being the limit but the Lenovo Support team responds in Q&A with their response. There are some who believe this is the case. It's a battery. As I mentioned above, they do not have any prebuilt options with the 80wh model, and for that reason I took a star away from it. It is a feature that most of us would be glad to pay an additional $50+ for. What's with the long wait? I don't want to wait more than 5 so that you have The 60wh won't be enough, but with correct settings it can be. Typical school assignments and office reports, etc). If you were to edit this review in the Amazon window, for instance, you would do it as follows There are one hour and fifteen minutes left with Estimated time of work 5 hours total). The longest I've watched YouTube @720p on Edge is eight hours. If the battery saver is on high by default, brightness will be whatever it drops it to when it's on high. As soon as the parts become available, I intend to replace it with an 80wh battery. The following qualities should be considered while building Overall, the unit is well worth its price point in terms of fit, finish, and overall feel. With the exception of a slightly cramped number pad, the keyboard is incredibly productive. Besides the responsive touchpad, the rear I/O ports are perfect for use on a desktop computer. Let's be honest, Lenovo doesn't exactly have a good reputation when it comes to customer service and repair turnaround times. All but Apple don't, and that's because they are the only ones who really do. Over 5 years have passed since I last owned a Lenovo, a Y700. It looks like you'll need to get it, perform some stress tests on the processor and GPU (Cinebench, Furmark), watch some movies and do some white or black backgrounds to check the pixels. By extending warranty through them, I would spend $50, $100, or $175 respectively for an additional half, third, or full year. I'm planning on at least paying $50 for the A heat wave Despite its many advantages, this item has one drawback - a tendency to get As I tested out a Legion 5 with a 4600H + 1650ti combo a while back, I was expecting better thermals. Across the board, this one runs *5 degrees warmer I would expect it to peak between 95 and 96 degrees Celsius. The CPU must be 100C+ if you are running intense programs like Cinebench or Flight Sim2020. Over a 20 minute flight in Flight Sim, CPU temperatures averaged *76 c and CPU die temps averaged *85 c. CPU temperatures are lower in less demanding games, and even in games like AC Origins, which are generally demanding, such as AC Origins' CPU average is low 70's. researched this, and found out that these hopped up gaming laptops hit 90-plus percent of the market The 100C is 'okay', even if I don't really trust it or like As for cooler options, there is only one platform I am aware of with similar hardware - the Omen 15 AMD - so if temperatures are a concern you may want to check that Asus Tuf's are just as hot if not hotter than the Dell G5 SE, which is a smaller You do, however, seem to get something for the heat since the Cinebench scores are out of this world. I still can't believe that it's as fast as Finally, I would like to add these thoughts There are no special features except for the fact that the thing runs warm, looks good (if you like the aesthetics), has a phenomenal spec sheet for the price and has a best in class screen for a non-specialized device Place an order for low-priced items The prebuilt is mid-range in terms of price and quality with the one caveat being the.

Trey Atkinson
Trey Atkinson
| Aug 20, 2020
It seems that there is something I was excited to use this laptop due to its performance, design, screen, and extremely fast operation

However, something remains As a first step, I always check the hard drive of all our laptops before we purchase them, since we sometimes receive used laptops instead of new ones. I had the same thing happen to my A check of the hard drive revealed that it had been turned on 208 times. Depending on the program, it may be an error. But from my knowledge, they seem to be very accurate (crystal disk info). It looks new, but it might not be. It is possible that I am not lucky. After I have more time to investigate, I will post another review. The update for update 1 is below. As such, the start date of my warranty is different from the date I bought the item. The warranty usually starts the moment I install Windows and turn on my laptop for the first time. This laptop began its warranty more than a month ago, so I am not sure where it came from. So far, Amazon customer service has said to me 'return it' while I had contacted them about it. It has been a disappointment as of now.

Ellianna Harrison
Ellianna Harrison
| May 08, 2021
Helios 300 is better than this

The following edits were made I've been using the laptop for a few months now. I have not encountered any issues. The way you put it is wonderful. It will be moved to four stars again. You may continue. Firstly, I have made an edit I put an amazing review on this laptop since I was so happy with it. A vertical line appeared over ten days ago and it persists in all applications, including the BIOS. As a result, this product is defective hardware and my review will be changed to one star due to The laptop has been returned to Amazon, and it will be returned within the 30 day return period. We will see if the same problem surfaces in the next few weeks since the new units don't have this line. You may continue. RTX 3000 is the only option if you're not willing to wait. The best bang for your buck is with this laptop. A good build quality can be found here. Powerful and quiet, the fan can move a lot of air. The way you put it is wonderful. Since I've had the laptop for a week, I can say that I've been using it. The result is a lot better than what I expected. You will find it to be super quiet when you need it to be quiet, and fiercely powerful when you need it to be fiercely In fact, I returned both the Helios 300 and the Helios 300 I purchased on a deal for 999. There is not much difference between the RTX 2060 and 1660 Ti on the Helios 300 (don't be fooled by them). There's just no comparison between the build quality and Legion 5 because of Helios noise at idle, Intel's heat, and the cooling system's battery usage. The best in the league is Legion 5.

Ayden McCarty
Ayden McCarty
| Feb 09, 2021
My favorite part of the redesign is the font

The laptop looks more like a workstation than a gaming computer! My attempt will be to keep this short and sweet

PROS The *br*- The quality of the build is excellent. It's crazy how many specs there are,
- Because it weighs less than 5 kg and has compact dimensions, it is an easy transport. It's awesome to see the screen in action! We need 144Hz and 300nits to get a decent image. The *br*- The Ryzen 7 4800H processor. The *br*- You can edit video with this GTX 1660ti and play games with it too! The *br*- This laptop has a premium feel to it! A few drawbacks The *br*- I like the speakers, but they're not great. I like the volume, but I'm not particularly impressed with the quality of the sound. The *br*- A bad battery really makes the whole thing go down. The entire process took less than 4 hours. No international warranty can be obtained (now this is the fault of Lenovo)! I think this laptop is the best buy for those who are looking for a new laptop at that This is one of the best purchases I've made! Update

The Linux operating system has many problems. I actually thought Lenovo had the best Linux driver support and open source drivers. It turned out that I was incorrect. The device will not run Linux, I won't be able to get warranty in my country, and the battery will be bad. I guess I'll just give it back. I have made an edit to the second version. Freezing is a random occurrence for me. The computer just stops responding while it is doing random things. The return has been made!.

Mabel Caldwell
Mabel Caldwell
| Dec 19, 2020

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