Lenovo LEGION 5 Ryzen 7 4800H 32GB 1000SSD GTX1650 What do you think? laptopforyears, Sep 5, 2020 #1. saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate. The Lenovo Legion 5 packs a 15.6-inch FHD display with options of 60Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz for the refresh rate. Beneath this assembly, you’ll see the mandatory paper manuals, as well as a 170W … Summary: Buying this Legion 5, I knew that the AMD Ryzen platform is an excellent performer in CPU-heavy tasks and efficient in everyday use, and I also knew that Lenovo offers a clean utilitarian design, good inputs, good screens, and multiple configuration options. Even for light gaming, the GTX 1650 is a weak GPU that won't have very much longevity. Could you help? Inside we found a Legion 5, surrounded by foam and neatly tucked inside a black protective cloth. Lenovo launched the updated Legion series back in August and the Legion 5i was among the few that got the Intel 10th Gen upgrades. The predecessor for this Lenovo Legion 5 … Just tried myself and works like a charm eXspir3 , Oct 29, 2020 Reputations: 4,352 Messages: 7,878 Likes Received: 3,403 Trophy Points: 431. This device comes in a rather bulky package, which means damage during shipping is highly unlikely. I wasn't, however, expecting this to run as cooly and quietly as it does, and at the same time, I also didn't expect for the rubbery interior to dent … The Legion 5 15 arh05h (Ryzen 7 4800H, rtx 2060) is actually capable of outputting 4k@144hz with FULLRGB and HDR enabled via USB C Dp Alt mode. Here in this Lenovo Legion 5 Review we have the intel powered version laptop but, the experience of power and hardware will be similar in most cases as these two variants don’t differ much from each other. You will want to look at a notebook with at least a GTX 1660 … What’s in the box? This laptop was one of the most anticipated gaming laptops of 2020 for a price of around 800-900 $ for a base variant of the device, Which is really interesting. Lenovo sent me the 144Hz one, which is obviously the best for gaming. See all Lenovo Legion 5 (15) review – playing it safe but still delivering configurations.