The Legion Series of Lenovo is one of the market’s best sellers. So it’s no casualty. here is our legion 5 review They still have consistency at a comparatively low price, making it one of the best value-added gambling notebooks. While almost all of the devices in previous years have been operated by Intel processors, it is nice to see that Lenovo is well aware of the current business situation.AMD not only does well than its dominant long-term counterpart but also at a significantly higher competitive price. Besides this, Lenovo launched the Legion Y530, and in several departments, it has now been changed. Further, your choice of graphics card ranges from the GeForce GTX 1650, up to and from the RTX 2060.
in our legion 5 review As far as the displays are concerned, there are many high-speed displays (120Hz and 144Hz) plus a 60Hz unit, intended to cover the whole SRGB color gamut. Considering the notoriously low-key visual of the notebook, web designers and artists can surely take care of that.
Lenovo legion 5 AMD price
Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop With AMD Ryzen 4000 price in India starts at Rs 75,990.
Lenovo legion 5 AMD price in the USA- $939.99 (AMD Ryzen 7 4600H Mobile Processor)
Lenovo Legion 5 Processor (CPU) Review
Two major roads are supposed to take you. One is clothed in red, the other is blue. You have a second preference to use the first version – the Ryzen 5 4600H 6-core or the Ryzen 7 4800H eight-core Ryzen. However, if you settle with the Blue squad
Cinebench’s CPU monitoring of 4.2 GHz (multi-thread) and 4.2 – 4.5 GHz is done by the processor (single-thread). The clock speeds stay at 2,5 GHz in battery operation (single and multi-thread). The CPU Turbo can also be tested continuously during power supply by carrying out the Cinebench R15 multi-thread benchmark test at a constant loop for at least 30 minutes. Although turbo only goes to full speed after the sixth sprint. The Turbo is used immediately when the output mode is allowed in the Lenovo Vantage app.
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Below are the benchmarks run on ryzen 7 and 1650ti model
- GeekBench 4.4.2 64-bit: Single-Core: 5312, Multi-core: 31411;
- GeekBench 5.0.1 64-bit: Single-Core: 1205, Multi-core: 8099;
- CineBench R15 (best run): CPU 2005 cb, CPU Single Core 189 cb;
- CineBench R20 (best run): CPU 4650 cb, CPU Single Core 482 cb;
Lenovo Legion 5 Memory (RAM) Review
for our legion 5 review, we analyzed that There are two RAM SODIMM slots as far as the update is concerned. They market a notebook up to 16 GB DDR4 and operate in dual-channel mode at 3200MHz, Lenovo states. Lenovo says. We are, however, very confident that it will keep up to a limit of at least 32GB. There are two M.2 PCIe x4 drive slots in terms of storage (one of which is blocked by a 2.5″ SATA drive and we’re not sure it’s operating.
Lenovo Legion 5 Storage Options Review
A 512 GB device drive is used as an NVMe SSD (M.2-2242) of the SK Hynix. The SSD is not one of the top models although the transmission rates work out well.
A 2 5-inch (SATA Slot and Insertion Frame) or a second NVMe SSD can be used for the laptop storeroom (M.2-2280, M.2-2242). You cannot however insert all drives simultaneously so you need to cut out the 2.5-inch drive mechanism if you insert a second NVMe SSD.
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Lenovo Legion 5 Graphics Card Review
The GeForce GTX 1650 and GTX 1650 Ti, both fitted with GDDR6 memory 4GB, are the most common options. Some versions can however be fitted with the stronger GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB GDDR6 VRAM). Others include the RTX 2060 with tracking capacity (6GB of GDDR6 VRAM).
The GPU mid-range leader is the GeForce-GTX-1650 graphics core (Turing). It comes with a fast GDDR6 graphics storage of 4096 GB. The results for this GPU display the standard 3D-mark benchmark set. The processor integrated UHD Graphics 630 GPU is enabled and Nvidia’s Optimus graphics switching solution is used by the laptop. In BIOS or Lenovo Vantage applications, the iGPU may be disabled. Nvidia envisages for this DirectX 12 GPU a clock velocity range from 1380 MHz (base) to 1515 MHz (boost). If the GPU does not reach a specified temperature and/or power cap, higher clock speeds can be achieved. For eg, a maximum of 1797 MHz is registered which, however, can only be kept short. At an average speed of 1706 MHz our “The Witcher 3” test.
Lenovo Legion 5 KEYBOARD AND TOUCHPAD REVIEW
The legion is fitted with a chiclet keyboard with illumination. The concave keys have a fast punch and a strong point of pressure. The keyboard has a certain amount of data in the correct region of the keyboard while typing, but it did not seem to be an obstacle very much. A feature key controls the keyboard lighting (two brightness levels). In general, Lenovo offers here a keyboard for daily activities.
The ClickPad with multi-touch capability has a footprint of approximately 10.5 x 7 cm (~4.1 x 2.8 inches) so there is no space for motion control. The pad often refers to corner inputs and does not keep fingers from slipping easily with the smooth surface. The pad has a short stroke and an audible and recognizable pressure spot.
Lenovo Legion 5 PORTS REVIEW
The Legion 5 has all of its ports at the rear, as we have been accustomed to for quite a while now. The load plug contains an HDMI 2.0 connector, two USB Type-A 3.1 ports (gen. 1), and one USB Type-A 3.1, the DisplayPort 1.2 port, as well as an RJ-45 port. You can also see another USB Type-A 3.1 port and a headphone jack on the left while the new USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen. 1) port is located on the right side. By the way, Still On is the one on the left. Our present test unit has an SD Storage Card Reader, as opposed to its 15,6-inch iteration. The entire 16 mm (~0.6in) of the storage cards inserted are sticking. The reader is among the quickest members of its type with transmission speeds of 88 MB/s (big data blocks copying) and 80 MB/s (transferring files of around 5 MB each to 250 jpegs). We use a reference card to assess card readers (Toshiba Exceria Pro SDXC 64 GB UHS-II).The 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax specifications are supported on the Intel WLAN chip (AX201). Excellent transmission speeds (no other adjacent WLAN devices and close distance between the Notebook and server PC) are measured under optimum conditions. Wired communications are treated without problems by the leader of the familiar Realtek family, RTL8168/8111.
Lenovo Legion 5 Display and touch Review
In the configuration we tested, Lenovo Legion 5 (15) has an AUO B156HAN13.1 Full HD 120Hz IPS panel (AUOD1ED). The pixels are 15.6′′ (39.62 cm) diagonally and 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. We are witnessing a pixel density of – 142 PPI and a pitch of 0.18 x 0.18 mm at a frame rate of 16:9. As seen from a distance of up to or over 60cm (24′′) (from this distance one’s eye ceases identifying the individual pixels and it is natural to see a laptop) the screen becomes retinal. In the center of the panel, we measured an overall luminosity of 307 nits and 282 Nits on average for the whole region with a maximum difference of 12%. The color temperature on a white screen is 7300K – colder than the sRGB norm of 6500K is ideal.
In the following example, you can see how the show functions in a standardized way. The light leak from the light source, in other words.
DE2000 above 4.0 values does not exist and you should first verify whether you are going to use your laptop for color-sensitive work. This is one of the first values. There is a strong contrast ratio – 1300:1.
Lenovo Legion 5 Battery, Tone, and Settings Review
The battery life is very good and most office notebooks are very disgraceful. It takes 11:23 inches on the 17.3-inch laptop during our WLAN test (load websites using a script) (short film “Big Buck Bunny” running in a loop; H.264 coding, FHD). Now we do the Windows Battery Check Easier on, changed the screen brightness to 120 nits, and shut off all other applications except for the one with which we test the notebook. We got five online surfing hours and 40 minutes and 5 and a half of the 60Wh battery video replication.
Lenovo Legion 5 Camera
Like competitors’ cameras, the webcam (0,9MP, max. 1280 X 720 pixels) is not a compelling image. Furthermore, the colors are not correct. The goal for Delta-E less than 3 is skipped with a deviation of almost 16.
Lenovo Legion 5(15) is fully HD resolution and has a good contrast ratio, convenient viewing angle. The keyboard is good for playing and clicking and comes with two choices for backlighting. The quiet mode makes the game notebook a quiet workhorse, which just disturbs the user with fan noise as little as possible. It has PCIe x4 drives, memory up to 32GB (our guess), a dual-channel 3200MHz job, and a decent pair of cameras. Keep away from the 120Hz monitor option due to its very clear image and sluggish pixel response time – either get the 144Hz or 60Hz variant when it is first and foremost used for the development of the video. Only to a small degree are the highest resolution and consistency settings possible. There’s no connectivity to Thunderbolt 3, no SD card reader on board, and weak battery life. It’s a traditional descendant of the Legion, but some maximalists will not forgive it because he’s not fine.
from legion 5 review will call a notebook for playing. The Full-HD IPS panel provides stable viewing angles, matt surface, decent light, and strong contrast. The integrated lighted keyboard is ideal for all regular activities and provides an exceptional battery life. The volume of stores available is not wide with 8 GB of working memory and a 512 GB NVMe SSD.
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