The Lenovo Legion 5 laptop on sale, with Ryzen CPU and NVIDIA RTX!

If we tell you NVIDIA RTX, AMD Ryzen, Legion 5, the mind is racing towards a high-end notebook and it is normal. Offers like today’s will not be many seen how the market is, so we should take advantage of it to indulge ourselves or cover a work / leisure need. Ready? So let’s go.

Lenovo Legion 5, a more than complete laptop


The brand (rightly) classifies this laptop as “the ultimate performance”, and the truth is that it is right. Although it must be clarified that this slogan refers to the most TOP version of the range, which logically skyrockets in price, it is not misguided either for the mid-range that we deal with in this offer.

If the money does not come to us in hardware, there is always talk of concessions, that is, dispensing with a certain performance in some component. In laptops, the higher capacity battery is also dispensed with for a smaller one, but all this is in question with this Lenovo Legion 5 and we explain why.


With a spectacular AMD Ryzen 5 5600X we will have plenty of power for any task or game, since it consists of 6 cores and 12 threads at a maximum frequency of 4.2 GHz with a consumption between 35 and 54 watts (adjustable by brand). Although we have GPUs from NVIDIA, this processor integrates a Vega 7 iGPU with a frequency of 1800 MHz, something that could be useful in certain scenarios.

And is that to move your screen we will need a good graphics card like the one that comes standard, a whole RTX.

NVIDIA RTX 3060, IPS panel, 120 Hz, FHD and more


The GPU that Lenovo has included is the NVIDIA RTX 3060 6GB in its configuration with 1425 MHz and 1702 MHz clocks (130 watts), which will have to move a 15.6-inch screen with FHD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) using an IPS panel with 120 Hz refresh rate, 250 nits brightness and a top-notch anti-glare screen.

He nevertheless obtains 8GB of DDR4-3200 expandable up to 32 GB at the same speed, a M.2 SSD of 512GB NVMe under PCIe 3.0 (the CPU does not have PCIe 4.0 as such) and as an advantage, it does not include an OS so that we can install the one we like the most.


It is a laptop with a keyboard with white illumination that although Amazon specifies it in Portuguese, it is QWERTY in Spanish (just typo). What about the offer? Well, we start from 999.99 euros to some more than interesting 899.99 euros, a discount of 10% for a premium laptop.

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