High-performance Lenovo Legion 7000K debuts in China

You have four options for GPU, two for CPU

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Lenovo Legion 7000K

Gaming PCs are slowly gaining prominence, with many new products entering the market. The latest on the list is Lenovo Legion 7000K, a gaming tower that just debuted in China.

The Lenovo Legion 7000K is different from the rest for one reason: it packs a mobile CPU/processor (usually used in laptops) into the PC. The reason is that by adopting a MoDT (Mobile on Desktop) design, the gaming PC can deliver better performance, lower the power consumption, and improve the form factor.

But there’s a significant drawback to the design. You can’t upgrade or replace the processor as it’s soldered to the board, unlike conventional designs that opt for socketing. This aspect may draw seasoned PC enthusiasts away from the Lenovo gaming tower!

We previously discussed the MoDT design in Lenovo Legion 7000K in great detail.

About the Lenovo Legion 7000K

As for the hardware configuration, the gaming tower offers two options, Intel Core i9-14900HX and Intel Core i7-14650HX. There are four choices for the GPU, RTX4060, RTX4060Ti, RTX4070 SUPER, and RTX4070Ti SUPER.

However, there aren’t many storage options, and you are limited to a 1 TB PCIe Gen4 storage that comes built-in with the Lenovo Legion 7000K. Similarly, for RAM, you have a 32 GB DDR5 5600 configuration, according to the official product listing. But the two can be upgraded later!

Lenovo claims that the gaming tower can perform efficient cooling for up to 190W. Having reviewed many different Lenovo Legion gaming PCs, I know that these are designed for effective heat dissipation, so that shouldn’t be a concern.

Lenovo Legion 7000K (Image source: Lenovo)

Connectivity wouldn’t be a problem either with this gaming tower, as it features a wide array of ports on the front and back panels, including USB 3.2 Gen1, USB 3.2 Gen2, USB 2.0, and headphone/microphone jacks.

Next on the list is the customizable RGB lighting, which really amps up the whole experience. Unlike the old days, CPUs are no longer placed under or behind the workdesk but usually find a place right next to the monitor and keyboard. In my opinion, the Lenovo Legion 7000K’s design won’t disappoint you!

Besides, the Lenovo Legion 7000K‘s capabilities aren’t limited to gaming but offer seamless multitasking. To facilitate that, a genuine Office Home and Student Edition comes pre-installed with the gaming tower.

Regarding pricing, the Lenovo Legion 7000K starts at $1,303 (8299 RMB) for the i7 14650HX – RTX 4060 model and goes to $2,356 (14999 RMB) for the i9 14900HX – RTX 4070 Ti model.

If you want to discover more similar options, check out our top picks for overclocked gaming PCs!

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