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Posted 23 March 2023

Lenovo Legion T5 i7 Tower i7-12700F/16 GB/1TB SSD 4.0x4 NVMe/2TB HDD/GeForce 3070 £1,199.99 delivered, using code @ yoltso / eBay

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As an overall value, I think this is not a bad configuration.
You have a 12th gen i7 with 3070 GPU and 16gigs RAM.
4 slots for ram, DDR5-4800 - dual-channel capable and can handle up to 128 GIGS
Should be decent for a next few years, I would say.
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Intel® Core™ i7-12700F, 12C (8P + 4E) / 20T, P-core 2.1 / 4.8GHz, E-core 1.6 / 3.6GHz, 25MB
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3070 8GB GDDR6
Intel® B660 Chipset
2x 8GB UDIMM DDR5-4800
Memory Slots
Four DDR5 UDIMM slots, dual-channel capable
Max Memory
Up to 128GB DDR5-4800
1TB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe® 4.0x4 NVMe® + 2TB HDD 7200rpm 3.5"
Optane Memory
Storage Support
Up to five drives, 2x 3.5" HDD + 2x M.2 SSD + 1x open 2.5 HDD Bay
• 3.5" HDD up to 2TB each
• M.2 SSD up to 1TB each
Card Reader
Audio Chip
High Definition (HD) Audio, Realtek® ALC897-Q codec
Power Supply
500W 85%
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  1. Shahintr's avatar
    Tried this back out in September to replace my legion 3070 laptop.

    Idle and gaming temperature is ridiculously high, even with water cooling. I bought for £950 at the time from Lenovo. Returned.

    Could be my luck. Doesn’t hurt to test it. That’s my take on it. (edited)
    Czubaka's avatar
    CPU or gpu? These are normally well ventilated with plenty fans. And normally an aftermarket tower cooler.
  2. skinrush's avatar
    I've got a T7i with 3070 ti, and that doesn't get particularly hot, compared to any other gaming PCs/Laptops I've had. I have had a T5 before too, and don't remember it being unusually hot whilst under load.
  3. ktown's avatar
    Decent for the specs but psu doesn’t look great 
    Czubaka's avatar
    These normally come with at least 650w gold rated stuff. Should be just enough 😁
  4. fsanuk2's avatar
    AWD-IT, Palicomp or PC Specialist have much better prices
  5. tuckeral's avatar
    If this exact config works for you it's cheaper than you can buy the parts currently and make it yourself with new components (according to a quick pc.partpicker comparison). However, having a 500W PSU in this build is bordering on criminal... That's right on the limit.

    The 12700//3070 combination is not currently good value and so I'd be looking elsewhere personally (e.g.saving £50+ by opting for a 12600KF and saving ~£200 by opting for a comparable 6700XT (or saving slightly less for a 6750XT).
    Hatsune_MikuwBK's avatar

    Same performance CPU, faster DDR5 RAM, CPU cooler that bests the NH-D15, better 850W PSU. £81 less (£1,109). Could go for an RX 6800 (£538) instead and it'll be £1,270. Of course one would have to build it themselves. (edited)
  6. Czubaka's avatar
    People loosing their minds over the PSU - I'm pretty sure it's incorrect (generic) description. I'm happy to eat my words but 500w is minimum that these T5 come with - 5600g/3060.The higher spec ones come with minimum 650w Gold rated units. I got my cousin to get the £1k deal with 5700g/6800xt and his came with 650w gold one. (edited)
    ktown's avatar
    I wasn’t outraged as I was at my 6700xt I can reassure you
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