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Posted 25 March 2023

Lenovo Legion T5 Ryzen 7 5700g RX 6800 XT 16gb ram Gaming PC - £999.99 Delivered @ Box

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  • Windows 11 Home
  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Octa-Core Processor
  • AMD B550 Motherboard
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 512GB SSD
  • Radeon RX 6800 XT Graphics
  • Built in WiFi & Bluetooth
  • 90RC01AKUK

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17168524271679796406.jpgLENOVO LEGION T5 AMD RYZEN 7 5700G 16GB RAM 512GB SSD GAMING PC

With unparalleled speed and power the Lenovo Legion T5 (90RC01AKUK) delivers a mind-blowing performance, it boasts the power of an AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Processor paired with integrated AMD Radeon graphics bringing fast frame rates at over 4K resolution. With the power of the Lenovo Legion T5, you can enjoy a vast array of the latest and greatest AAA games at your leisure.
11718685001679796428.jpgAWARD-WINNING PERFORMANCE

Get the most out of the latest titles in gaming thanks to the Lenovo Legion T5 (90RC01AKUK), powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Processor enjoy a performance that allows you to experience smoother and faster gameplay.
21124466191679796432.jpgAMD RADEON RX 6800 XT GRAPHICS

Open your eyes to a new level of jaw dropping visuals with the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT. At the core of everything the Lenovo Legion T5 AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Gaming PC does to bring you a high level in gaming graphical prowess, to take you to the next stage in your gaming adventure.

15498847241679796456.jpgEXTRAORDINARY COOLING

When you're gaming at full speed it's always good to keep your cool and so too does the Lenovo Legion T5 AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Gaming PC. Utilizing the innovative Legion Coldfront 2.0 system, with enhanced fin thermals, 150W CPU cooler, and all around bigger fans that keep the air circulating throughout the airy 26L interior.
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  1. sarden84's avatar
    If your going to go for a Lenovo with their spec boards/Rams and co (low Qual)
    but u get that GPU, so they're nice when there down.

    at least go for this one: 5800/6800XT

    CCl and Box do both.

    CCL might have some codes knocking about :P if u cant be bothered about doing cashbacks.
    tCCL does 3% top cashback (cant be used with codes atm) (updated on CB amounts) (edited)
    tyliu's avatar
  2. Jimolya's avatar
    Not a bad deal, voted hot, but found that for £10 more you can get the Ryzen 5800 version with PCI-e 4.0 support at CCL (£1009.99 after MARCH40 discount code) .

  3. Darkle's avatar
    B550 motherboard

    6800XT PCI-E 4.0 graphics card

    Ryzen 5700G with PCI-E 3.0 speed

    I don't know why these companies always hobble stuff like this.
    BRIGHTLIGHTZ's avatar
    100% agree why not pcie 4.0 CPU
  4. shuan_kay's avatar
    CCL is selling the same module for £1050 but with Ryzen 7 5800 instead
  5. Azwipe's avatar
    Decent price if you cant/don't want to self build
    D963's avatar
    Nobody should buy a prebuilt machine. Its very simple to build a system and install windows
  6. Minstadave's avatar
    Solid spec. The 6800XT is great at this price and these are well above typical prebuilt junk.
  7. Noclouds's avatar
    The punchline is, if you buy this to sell the graphics card, which for obvious reasons people are doing less these days, to then use the 5700G's integrated graphics, you can't. One of the many areas where HP and Lenovo cheap out to save money is, no graphics out on their motherboards!

    The choice of the 5700G is disappointing - buy the model with the 5800 for £40 more - the 5700G is considered a fairly good pairing up to an RTX 3070 but much beyond that it becomes a bottleneck; not awful, by any means, just not as good as a 5800X, or 5800/5700X. Also, even though paired with a B550 motherboard, the 5700G restricts you to PCIe 3.0, rather than PCIe 4.0 with the 5800X and 5700X/5800. Also impacting performance the 5700G has only 16MB of cache memory, compared to double that with the 5700X/5800.

    Again, it's not that the 5700G is bad, just that if you're a competitive gamer... and no competitive gamer is going to go with an HP, Lenovo or Dell, because, to save money, they generally use basic motherboards with relatively poor cooling, fine for gaming but better suited to office duties/multimedia; there are few bios options to tweak, fine tune and overclock the CPU and memory; you're usually better served by a Palicomp or an AWD-IT build with a proper gaming motherboard. So, in other words, depending on cost, proper heatsinks on the VRMs, more features, greater connectivity.

    Still, though I usually don't like PCs at this price from HP, Dell and Lenovo, this particular Lenovo is massively improved revision of an earlier model and, also, it's better in most ways, compared to the HP Omen 30L, which suffers from a poor design/poor airflow/cooling/thermal throttling (under load)/noise (though there are workarounds on Youtube for most of those, if you're into DIY and aren't risk averse). I think the Omen case is pretty but it's not a gaming case.

    This is a much better effort from Lenovo, though unfortunately Lenovo's customer service has a reputation for being really, really poor. They have a Trustpilot score of just 1.3 out of 5.

    Anyway! I would definitely pay £40 more for the 5800 CPU version, if you can. Though I had a poor experience with CCL when ordering a graphics card (no packaging, just a plastic wrapper on the flimsy product box), I know the packaging for this model, if it's Lenovo's original packaging, is excellent.

    Though I wouldn't be happy with an HP Omen 30L, Lenovo at least tried, and got a lot of things right, as validated by some of the better reviewers who bought theirs anonymously for review, rather than accept review samples from companies on (unstated) condition of a good review; a bad review poisons your relationship with a company, who might then not send you further products to review.

    Really hope this helps someone. Also, really hope the RX 6800 XT drops in price a decent chunk more. (edited)
    semi's avatar
    Normal user won't notice anything you listed above. Prebuilds cheap and don't need experience and time to setup.
  8. Yat's avatar
    I bought the 5800 version of this from CCL a few days ago. All is good so far, build quality and cooling is better than expected. Only issue is CCL not acknowledging the Last Of Us promo
    iScoosh's avatar
    How does it run games like total war warhammer 3 and total war attila ? also how does it run the games you are currently playing ?
  9. jyryk's avatar
    This looks good to me. Might want a bigger ssd but otherwise
  10. skinrush's avatar
    I've had a few Lenovos and not had a problem.
    Most people praise the Legion 5 Pro line up.
  11. JoeSpur's avatar
    This is fantastic!
  12. Nujol's avatar
    Why does it have a G processor? Why does it only have a 512gb SSD, literally Windows and 1 game will fill that?

    It’s a decent deal don’t get me wrong, but slightly weird. (edited)
    Darkle's avatar
    Why does it only have a 512gb SSD

    I actually think this is becoming like the new unacceptable minimum that "gaming pcs" are skimping on, along with sticking cheaper Ryzen G processors in systems which hobble the PCIE speed and have half the cache of their non-g counterparts. Like back in the 2000s when you'd get TIME or Gateway selling PCs with "1000 MHZ processors" but only 32mb of RAM.

    512GB for a "Gaming PC" when storage is this cheap, and you're spending £1000 is like the minimum they can get away with, but really with modern game sizes like Grand Theft Auto V or Red Dead Redemption 2 easily taking 100GB each now, God of War, Call of Duty MW2 and Cyberpunk 2077 are all 70gb, if you even have a few active games you're going to be constantly installing and uninstalling or buying extra storage almost immediately.
  13. Jim.N's avatar
    The only good thing about this deal is the 6800 xt card
  14. spxak1's avatar
    Why a G CPU (APU)? That means the 6800XT will only run at PCIe 3.0 speeds. Who built that and why?
    Czubaka's avatar
    They get them cheap in bulk.
  15. jamie.lonsdale's avatar
    I bought similar spec over a year ago for similar price but with 3060ti, great build quality and ran like a dream until warzone 2 came out.

    Spent pretty big recently and Upgraded to 7800 xt with 5800x3d and 750w psu so it’s pretty much maxed out.

    If you are tempted with this for gaming I’d say consider upgrading to 5800x3d

    The year old 5700g sold for £150 on eBay recently (edited)
  16. luzax's avatar
    Would anyone tell me if its possible to add any internal ssd? thanks
    semi's avatar
    Yes it's possible. It has 2 nvme port
  17. skooshed_it's avatar
    How good is the power supply would it be able to handle a high end GPU for example rtx 4090 once the price comes down ?
    bananabandana's avatar
    Curious why anyone would get such a premium GPU just to enclose it with a Lenovo case.

    And the answer is probably no. (edited)
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