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Posted 5 February 2023

LENOVO Legion 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop - AMD Ryzen 7, RTX 3070, 512 GB SSD £1099 @ Currys

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Gaming Laptop

AMD Ryzen 7 5800H Processor
RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 512 GB SSD
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 8 GB
154 FPS when playing COD: Modern Warfare 2 at 1080p
Full HD screen / 165 Hz
Battery life: Up to 8 hours

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Product Information
Exceptional performance
Powered by an AMD Ryzen™ 7 processor, the Lenovo Legion 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop is ready for the next level. Combining with 16 GB of RAM, you'll experience speedy gameplay and seamless multitasking. Switch between gaming, streaming music and checking social media without any lag.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics
Forget checking the game requirements - the RTX 3070 graphics card will play anything you throw at it. For unbelievably realistic lighting, shadows and reflections, the Turing architecture provides real-time ray tracing and AI-enhanced graphics. And with the amazing 165 Hz Full HD display, you won't miss any of the action.
Legion Coldfront 2.0
Even during fast-paced shoot-outs, your laptop will stay cool to the touch. Featuring dual fans, quad channel and improved heat piping, the Lenovo Legion 5 provides a reliable performance during intense gaming sessions.
Technical Specifications

Type: Gaming laptop
Operating system: Windows 10


Graphics card
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
- 8 GB GDDR6
- 16 GB DRR4 (3200 MHz)
- 32 GB maximum installable RAM

- AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800H Processor
- Octa-core
- 3.2 GHz / 4.4 GHz
- 16 MB cache
Storage: 512 GB SSD

Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080p
Screen size: 15.6"

Screen features
- 165 Hz
- Anti-glare
- 100% sRGB colour gamut
- NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible
- FreeSync™ Technology
- 170° viewing angle
- DC dimmer
- X-Rite Pantone factory color calibration
- Dolby Vision
- Widescreen display
- Bezel type: raised
Screen type: IPS LCD
Touchscreen: No

- WiFi 6
- 2x2
Ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet port
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.1

- USB Type-C x 2
- USB 3.2 x 4
Video connections: HDMI 2.1 x 1
Audio connections: 3.5 mm jack

Disc drive: No
Memory card reader: No

Keyboard: RGB backlit TrueStrike keyboard with numeric keypad
Mouse / trackpad: Multi-touch trackpad with gesture control
Camera: 720p camera

Security features:
- Administrator password
- Hard drive password
- Power-on password

Other features:
- Dual array microphone
- 4 RGB zones
- Rapid Charge Pro

Battery type: 4-cell Lithium-polymer
Battery life: Up to 8 hours

Audio software: Nahimic Audio
Speakers: Dual 2 W speakers (by Harman Kardon)

Colour: Phantom blue & shadow black
Weight: 2.4 kg
* Full version of Microsoft Office not included
* Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included
Office 365 (30 day trial)
Dimensions: 23.6 x 363.1 x 259.6 mm (H x W x D)
Manufacturer’s guarantee: 1 year

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  1. loverboy21's avatar
    laptops with RTX4000`s due out next week save your money the old one`s will come down in price if you can wait.
  2. rodlez's avatar
    With work vouchers I can get this for £1028, is this honestly a good deal? I keep comparing everything to the JL 3070 TI £999 and haven’t seen anything around the same price come close on spec. Was that offer really a once in a year kinda deal and I should get real and go for something like this? Or are deals like this getting heat because it has been slim pickings on laptop offers in the last few weeks?
    MeneerSmith's avatar
    If you can wait eight weeks then you will start to get choices between this years 4xxx models and last years 3xxx.

    There might be some immediate downward price movement on 3xxx's or but more likely prices wont go down much if at all, as it seems decent 4xxx's are targeting peeps with budgets well over £1500. The £2500 price for the 4070 legion pro, not even a ti, is a massive jump from the £1430 I paid when the 3070ti pro's dropped last year.

    Hope the prices on currys sites are wrong but it is looking like these will be the 4xxx prices for full power gpu's with decent screens.

    Last year peeps were saying the initial £1430 legion 5i pro price would quickly plummet, obviously it did not and it is rare to see them going below £1550 or even £1599 now and most places with them in stock were punting them for £1699.

    As for this being a deal, it is a very solid system and well worth the cash if your budget does not stretch to the 3070ti prices or the even more expensive 4070 legion prices. Obviously you want it cheaper but have to balance getting it right now against the long wait for what is likely to be hoping for a random deal similar to the awesome priced 'JL 3070 TI £999' which might not happen or might need you to wait nine months until black friday.
  3. greg666's avatar
    Can someone please explain to me the reason to go for a gaming laptop instead of a desktop computer? I purchased some time ago a Dell Inspiron 7577 and really regret that I bought it. If you are not into gaming parties I do not see the reason why I would go for a laptop as at least in my case it’s heavy and loud if using its full potential whereby a desktop could be much better equipped for noiseless playing or do I miss something?
    Kazloav's avatar
    The important question you should ask yourself when building a PC is ''what am i going to be using it for, and what will place the highest demand on the hardware'', equally, why limit yourself to a laptop, if you'll only use it as a desktop?. The main reason for buying a laptop is MOBILITY.
    Your probably asking your question in the wrong place though, this lot are cheap, they expect RTX 3090 performance for £600. If you plan on building a Gaming Rig. If your buying components, as and when you can afford them, buy the GPU 1st, don't buy the 'Motherboard/CPU/Memory' 1st, as you might not build that dream pc for 6-8 months, and it won't be a dream pc, it'll be the rig you love to hate. In other words, don't buy a measly laptop to use as a desktop, you'll pay a premium for CPU/GPU/Memory....which you can't upgrade beyond the poultry memory constraints. (edited)
  4. AJ10's avatar
    Needs to be under a grand for last Gen processor, FHD screen and non Ti GPU.
    popoyaya's avatar
    Plus DDR-4, PCIe 3.0, no Thunderbolt.
  5. samhw21's avatar
    I've been looking for the last few days and this is the best deal I've been able to find for ~£1000

    They also have the Acer Predator Helios 300 at the same price but the 3070 in that has a lower wattage.

    Almost tempted to bite but the 4000 series are weeks away and not sure if I might regret it with a few awesome 3000 series deals that may come up.
    Dylan_Staff's avatar
    Exactly what I'm thinking, 4000 series probs gonna be very expensive
  6. JamesFallon's avatar
    This laptop hasn't disappointed me, I have the 1TB model and upgraded ram to 32gb.
    Cyberpunk at 1080p with ray tracing, everything at the absolute maximum with DLSS quality it gets avg 66fps on the benchmark and 60-75 during gameplay.
    Dying light 2 at 1080p with everything at max +ray tracing +25% extra draw distance with DLSS quality averaging 80 FPS.
    Currently playing A plague tale requiem at 4K Max settings and DLSS performance average 60-65 FPS. (edited)
  7. andywedge's avatar
    Thanks for posting and congratulations on your first hotukdeals thread
  8. pdpd's avatar
    ebuyer have the WQHD model for £100 more ebuyer.com/154…huk for those interested.. still pricey imo. (edited)
  9. Kazloav's avatar
    Not a true RTX 3070, your just kidding yourselves.
    Kuzuri's avatar
    Go on
  10. phunny12000's avatar
    I honestly think the price of the 3000 series will go up I've just bought a similar spec pre owned and I'm loving it
  11. xPabloz's avatar
    Literally opened ours yesterday paid £1227. Need to install OS and its seems like there is no drive in it
    MeneerSmith's avatar
    Send it back as these should be ready to go with the only thing needed to being the windows OS account creation where you put username/email in.
  12. Paul_Johnsonhel's avatar
    Screen rubbish
  13. Dylan_Staff's avatar
    Has anyone got this laptop?
    Dan_the_man28's avatar
    Yes. Paid 1234.99 in Oct 21 at box.co.uk so nice to see its holding its value quite well. Plays anything and everything I've thrown at it. Very happy with the performance just disappointed at the hdmi 2.1 claim. Its not true hdmi 2.1 as it won't do 4k 120hz 10 bit but it will do it via the type c display port. Swapped out the stock ddr4 x16 memory for x8 as per jarrods tech on YouTube. sold the 512gb ssd and bought a 1tb crucial p5 and a 2tb Samsung 970 Pro for it. Think I'll skip the 4000 series laptops as prices for them seem extortionate... Well over £1500 for a 4070? No thanks.
  14. maniac618's avatar
    How come this has hovered around this price for so long, pretty sure the intel and 3070 version was £999 a year or so ago.
    Andrew_Houser's avatar
    Inflation. All companies are putting their prices up.
  15. dioxyde0's avatar
    I'd rather get the 2022 version with a 3060 and a better screen
  16. almightyflobber's avatar
    It spends more time at this price than any other. Good laptop. I bought mine from cex for £830 and was only 2 months old. Runs everything I've tried to play flawlessly.
  17. DarkPassenger_.'s avatar
    What is better out of this and the 3070 msi katana and why? I’m looking for my first gaming laptop, have very little knowledge so any advice would be helpful
    MeneerSmith's avatar
    The katana thread that model is an 85w gpu. This is far lower performance than the 115w gpu model (with +25w boost) in this laptop.

    This deal is a very solid laptop but the model posted by pdpd in the post above yours, same specs as this one with an even better screen at £100 more, is another you should consider.
  18. MeneerSmith's avatar
    The full power 4070's are indeed dropping at a price point of £2500. This deal is looking even better now. :P
  19. Jonathann's avatar
    Wondering if someone could push me in the right direction. It's been a while since I caught up on building Pc's/gaming laptops/workstations.

    Looking at this for a family member who is currently at uni. They'll be using AutoCad, Sketchup and Revit throughout their course. I'm trying to narrow down the search and other things keep cropping up. Heard good things about Lenovo's Legion series & 3070 (8gb) with 16gb of RAM and wondering how it compares to this laptop for around the same price but with a 3060 (6gb) and 32gb RAM. TIA.
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