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Lenovo Legion 7i 15.6" i7-10750H, 32GB ram, 1TB SSD, RTX2070-MaxQ $1674.99

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[Microsoft] Lenovo Legion 7i 15.6" i7-10750H, 32GB ram, 1TB SSD, RTX2070-MaxQ $1674.99

Previous gen but I cannot find a better price machine out there with i7, 32gb ram, 1tb SSD, 2070 with decent screen at 240Hz

Model number: 81YT0000US

Intel Core i7-10750H 2.6GHz Max 5.0GHz
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 with Max-Q 8GB GDDR6
32GB DDR4 2933MHz
1TB PCIe NVMe SSD
15.6" 1920x1080 240Hz
Windows 10 Home
1 Thunderbolt port
3 USB-C
RGB backlit keyboard
Last edited by TomRFD on Oct 26th, 2021 9:55 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: price was missing from the title
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Check RBC rewards for 10% statement credit as well. Think it’s good to 1000
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Price in title please
Buy Nice or Buy Twice.
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It's a good deal 'considering the times'...expect a lot of downvotes on RFD laptop deals though...everyone always thinks there is a better price on an imaginary site with a time machine plugin. LOL. Reality is, the GPU is way better than the 3050, and on par or even better than the 3060, plus finding a sub 2K model with a 3070 in stock is next to impossible if you've actually looked around. Overall specs are great and the 7 series with Intel has much better cooling than the 5 with AMD.
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Canadianmist wrote: It's a good deal 'considering the times'...expect a lot of downvotes on RFD laptop deals though...everyone always thinks there is a better price on an imaginary site with a time machine plugin. LOL. Reality is, the GPU is way better than the 3050, and on par or even better than the 3060, plus finding a sub 2K model with a 3070 in stock is next to impossible if you've actually looked around. Overall specs are great and the 7 series with Intel has much better cooling than the 5 with AMD.
Thanks - just trying to contribute wherever I can...regardless of the thumbs down.

Well, clearly there was a RFD factor since it's sold out already...
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The one issue I think this laptop has is the hinge design might be flawed. Just beware. The current gen model apparently has this fixed.
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I'd highly recommend *not* picking up a 2070 laptop for anywhere near this price today. There are way too many good deals on 3060 and 3070 laptops, non-MaxQ, that now run at 130 to 140w and outclass this older Legion (which had terrible hinge issues to boot, unlike the current 6th gen Legion 7 and 7i's).

I just picked up 2 Legion 7 Ryzen 5800H, 3070, 16GB, 1TB laptops for $1,815 each before tax a few weeks ago. Say what you will about time machines and all but these deals come up every few weeks, consistently. Supply is certainly still an issue but it's well worth the wait for a much faster laptop with no hinge issues for around the same price, give or take a hundred or two.
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Canadianmist wrote: It's a good deal 'considering the times'...expect a lot of downvotes on RFD laptop deals though...everyone always thinks there is a better price on an imaginary site with a time machine plugin. LOL. Reality is, the GPU is way better than the 3050, and on par or even better than the 3060, plus finding a sub 2K model with a 3070 in stock is next to impossible if you've actually looked around. Overall specs are great and the 7 series with Intel has much better cooling than the 5 with AMD.
I disagree with most of what you said here. As to your comments on cooling: that is far from my own experience. The Ryzen 5800H and 5900HX in the Legion 7 Gen 6 (with vapour chamber cooling) is easily on par with the current 7i with 11th gen Intel. I consistently run between 75-85 degrees CPU at 45w (and even higher depending on usage) in combination with 75-80 degree GPU at full 140-160w simultaneously. These laptops are near dead equal at the native 1600p 165Hz, both performance and cooling wise, with the main difference being battery life is much better on the AMD units whereas undervolting is available on the Intel units.

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