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Game wherever you go with a new laptop from Lenovo, because the recently-released Lenovo Legion 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop is on sale for $1029.99 (regularly $1349.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $320.00!

The list price on the Lenovo product page is $1219.99, but you can knock the price down to the $1029.99 deal price by using the promo code BFCMDB3 at checkout.

Originally released in May 2020, this Legion 5 Gaming Laptop includes AMD's new Ryzen 5 4600H processor, which has received excellent reviews for its performance, along with 8GB of RAM, dual 512GB SSD + 1TB hard drive storage and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics. Other bells and whistles include:

  • 15.6" (1920 x 1080) IPS display with 120Hz refresh rate to enhance your competitiveness
  • More cores mean more performance with AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors, featuring the highest number of cores available for ultrathin laptops
  • Powered by the most advanced GPU architecture ever created with NVIDIA GeForce graphics
  • Legion Coldfront 2.0 system cools and dissipates heat via a dual-channel thermal mechanism of 67 liquid crystal polymer-coated fan blades and dedicated copper heat pipes
  • Legion TrueStrike keyboard with 100% anti-ghosting and soft-landing switches with 1.5mm key travel
  • Clean lines infused with subtle design notes, from the light-refracting hinge and logo finish, to the durable anti-smudge talcum-injected materials
  • Ports: 4 x USB-A 3.1, 1 x USB-C 3.1, 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x RJ45 Ethernet, 1 x mic/headphone combo, 1 x Kensington lock

This deal is available online for a limited time and Lenovo.com offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum. Quantities are limited, so shop quickly before stock is gone!

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    • Hmm I'm still in my return period on the Flex 5. This looks pretty good! So an extra $200 for dedicated GPU and RAM expandability. The SSD is also double my current storage. But the Flex is pretty light.

      Edit - looks like there is a customize build option as well, add the Ryzen 7, remove HDD, upgrade the display and GPU to 1650Ti and it's still under $1500. But that prices me out of this deal as it would be $700 more than the Flex 5 at that point. I think I'll build a desktop instead. Still looks good to me though OP!
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    • Memory
      8 GB DDR4 3200MHz

      Is it 1x8GB or 2x4GB?
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    • BAPC Canada is following this on reddit.

      Small chance the RAM may be soldered as someone was complaining about the RAM allotment. If this RAM is soldered this is only a gaming machine.

      If the RAM is not soldered, this is a powerhouse workstation for high performance productivity workers... and a gaming machine.

      Let's see which card Lenovo played.
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    • smartfish wrote: Memory
      8 GB DDR4 3200MHz

      Is it 1x8GB or 2x4GB?
      Just wondering for noobies, what difference does it generally make?
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    • aurasphere wrote: Just wondering for noobies, what difference does it generally make?
      2x4GB offers the possibility of dual channel memory performance. Faster memory configuration.
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    • aurasphere wrote: Just wondering for noobies, what difference does it generally make?

      i assume he's asking because if there's an empty sodimm slot he'll add another 8gb stick of ram. if its 2x4 instead of 1x8 you have to buy 2 8gb sticks if you want 16gb of ram.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: 2x4GB offers the possibility of dual channel memory performance. Faster memory configuration.
      is there that much improvement 2x4 vs 1x8? i assumed its just cheaper to upgrade 1x8 to 16gb
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    • Note the screen is not 300 nits. It is 250 nits. Not sure if it would be a deal-breaker to gamers.
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    • windenchanter wrote: Note the screen is not 300 nits. It is 250 nits. Not sure if it would be a deal-breaker to gamers.
      i'm pretty sure the deal breaker for gamers is the 1650. i'm not even sure if you can push 120 frames in modern titles on that card but I haven't looked at reviews for the mobile version.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: 2x4GB offers the possibility of dual channel memory performance. Faster memory configuration.
      For me, 2x4 means you have to dump the original two sticks to upgrade to 16GB, if it is 1X8, then you just need to buy one stick so nothing will be wasted.
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    • Yeah. that too. It depends on the game as well. I guess high fps is mostly good for shooting/action games, but may not be a huge issue for solo/rpg games.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: BAPC Canada is following this on reddit.

      Small chance the RAM may be soldered as someone was complaining about the RAM allotment. If this RAM is soldered this is only a gaming machine.

      If the RAM is not soldered, this is a powerhouse workstation for high performance productivity workers... and a gaming machine.

      Let's see which card Lenovo played.
      I think there are two ram slots on board, the problem is whether it is 2x4 or 1x8.
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    • smartfish wrote: I think there are two ram slots on board, the problem is whether it is 2x4 or 1x8.

      r7000.JPG
      (1x) NVMe SSD
      (1x) WiFi Slot
      (1x) 2.5" SATA Slot
      (2x) SODIMM Slots

      Good.

      Good.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: BAPC Canada is following this on reddit.

      Small chance the RAM may be soldered as someone was complaining about the RAM allotment. If this RAM is soldered this is only a gaming machine.

      If the RAM is not soldered, this is a powerhouse workstation for high performance productivity workers... and a gaming machine.

      Let's see which card Lenovo played.
      I think you meant we tend to take posts from BAPC on reddit to RFD :P
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    • Anyone knows if this Zephyrus G15 is in a better cost-benefit than the Legion 5 ?
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    • Just ba aware that the display color accuracy is bad and brightness is only 250 nits.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: (1x) NVMe SSD
      (1x) WiFi Slot
      (1x) 2.5" SATA Slot
      (2x) SODIMM Slots

      Good.

      Good.
      Actually, there two NVME slots, one shares space with 2.5 inch Sata ( so A or B). But, theoretically, if you buy an Sata extend cable and dissemble the 2.5 inch Sata SSD (some models have tiny board inside), you MAY have three SSDs installed inside (two NVME and one 2.5 inch Sata).
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    • smartfish wrote: Actually, there two NVME slots, one shares space with 2.5 inch Sata ( so A or B). But, theoretically, if you buy an Sata extend cable and dissemble the 2.5 inch Sata SSD (some models have tiny board inside), you MAY have three SSDs installed inside (two NVME and one 2.5 inch Sata).
      I believe you're referring to:

      (1x) 2280 NVMe Slot
      (1x) 2230 NVMe Slot
      (1x) 2.5" SATA Slot

      You're technically correct.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: I believe you're referring to:

      (1x) 2280 NVMe Slot
      (1x) 2230 NVMe Slot
      (1x) 2.5" SATA Slot

      You're technically correct.
      1 x 2280 (right blue)
      1 x 2280 (left blue) or 1 x 2.5" (left yellow)
      r7000-1.JPG
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    • smartfish wrote: 1 x 2280 (right blue)
      1 x 2280 (left blue) or 1 x 2.5" (left yellow)

      r7000-1.JPG
      This is workstation territory, and for under $1,000

      Image

      Desktop replacement candidate.

      Image
      Source: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cp ... 0H&id=3708

      Savage.

      I would consider buying it but that THICC profile is an adjustment for someone hitting thin laptops for years.
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