Lenovo releases 3 Legion gaming towers in October

Joshua Fischermann By: Joshua Fischermann
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This year has been a good year for Lenovo’s fans, as the company launched three top of the line gaming laptops earlier this year: the Y920, Y720, and Y520. These gaming laptops are part of Legion, Lenovo’s gaming brand.

Also, the company recently announced that three desktop towers with the same names have been made available to the public. All three are compatible with VR equipment, including Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus, and more.

Lenovo Legion towers

Lenovo Legion Y920

The Y920 is the most expensive of the three, but by far the most powerful. Consumers can choose between a Core i5 or i7 CPU for the Y920. The CPU offered for this desktop tower model will include the K series, which means that they can be overclocked at very high levels

In addition, this desktop tower can be purchased with the GTX 1080 8GB graphics card, 4TBHDD, and two 512 GB SDDs. You also have the option to configure the PC with up to 2800MHz 32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 memory that is also overclockable.

A variant of the Y920 will be offered with a liquid cooling system. The Legion 25f monitor will also come with the Y920 variant. This alternative model, however, will not be available in the United States.

Pricing for the Y920 starts at $1,999.99.

Lenovo Legion Y720

The Y720 gaming PC will also be available with i5 and i7 Core configurations. Users can choose to outfit this gaming tower with one of these GPUs: Raedon RX 570 8GB, GTX 1050 TI, GTX 1060 6GB, or GTX 1070 8GB. This model also comes with a 2TB HDD and a 512GB SDD.

Pricing starts at $999.99 USD for the Y720.

Lenovo Legion Y520

The Legion gaming PC is the most affordable option of the three. Processors available on the Y520 can be a Core i3, i5 or i7. For the GPU options, there will be the AMD Raedon RX 560, Nividia GTX 1050 ti, and GTX 1060 3GB. It comes with 2TBHDD and 128 GB SDD.

Pricing starts at $899.99 USD.

All three of these Legion desktop gaming PCs will have come with Windows 10. They will be released in October this year.

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