Lenovo’s gaming PCs are always worth seeing when you’re on the lookout for another laptop or desktop and at this moment you can save a major lump of cash on both. Its line of Legion laptops is impressive, covering a scope of costs and components, while its desktop machines shouldn’t be disregarded either, for the same reason. Essentially, assuming you’re searching for another machine, today is an incredible opportunity to upgrade.
The Legion 5 Pro Gen 6 16-inch AMD Premium with Nvidia GPU might have an excessively long name, however the center specification is solid. Deeply, 16-string processor with a Max Boost of 4.4GHz and a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060. That is a solid combo for any machine, and here you’ll stand a decent possibility driving that 165Hz 2560×1600 screen with high settings.
The 512GB PCIe SSD is a sufficiently reasonable size for the OS and games, albeit the single stick of 8GB of DDR4-3200 is a piece miserly for the money. You’ll need to upgrade this to exploit the double channel memory controller-either at the hour of purchase straight from Lenovo or sometime later. Other than that however, there’s a ton to like regarding this machine.
Then again, on the off chance that you’re searching for another desktop system, the Legion Tower 5i Gen 6 with RTX 3060 offers an extremely enticing saving today. Regularly this machine would set you back $1,520, yet thanks to appreciating $230 of the list value, it very well may be yours for $1,290.
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Profoundly, 12-string chip that can boost up to 4.4GHz. This is a solid gaming chip that will save the RTX 3060 took care of for sweet edge rates. This is an incredible card for 1080p gaming and is adequately competent to handle 1440p monitors as well, in spite of the fact that you might have to change the settings a little to maximize it.
The rest of the specification is solid enough too, with 16GB of DDR4-3200 memory and the good old combo of a small 256GB SSD for the OS and your most messed around and a 1TB hard drive for your Steam library. A bigger SSD would have been best, however something must be reduced to hit this sticker cost, and this is an easy upgrade down the line at any rate.
There are a lot of different builds partaking in the President Day sales on Lenovo’s site, so it merits hunting around if neither of the machines featured here work for you. With prices starting at $880 for its gaming laptops, there’s sure to be something on there that is appropriate for you.