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Lenovo reveals Legion desktops with next-generation hardware at CES


What you need to know

  • Lenovo unveils modern component configurations for its pre-built Legion desktop gaming PCs at CES 2023 in Las Vegas, supporting the latest Intel 13th Gen and AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs.
  • All three refreshed Tower models include the Legion Vantage suite, designed to enable simple overclocking and fan control.
  • Specific graphics card options have not yet been confirmed but are said to be ‘next-generation’ choices from NVIDIA and Radeon RX 7000 from AMD.

Lenovo has revealed its latest line-up of pre-built gaming PCs at CES 2023 in Las Vegas: the Legion Tower 7i, Tower 5i, and Tower 5. They offer high-end components and advanced features for gaming and content creation without the need to source individual parts yourself. The Tower 7i and Tower 5i come with up to the latest 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX series graphics cards, while the Tower 5 features an AMD Ryzen 9 CPU and either an AMD Radeon RX 7000 series or an NVIDIA GeForce RTX next generation series GPU.

In addition to the upgraded hardware, the new Legion desktops include Lenovo’s Vantage software, a software suite offering real-time performance statistics, component overclocking, and intelligent fan controls. Gamers can also use the bundled Legion Arena app to search and consolidate their entire library of games from multiple platforms and launchers.

  • Legion Tower 7i (Intel CPU) $2,479.99 from April 2023
  • Legion Tower 5i (Intel CPU) $1,199.99 from April 2023
  • Legion Tower 5 (AMD CPU) $1,299.99 from May 2023





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