Lenovo Legion Tower 7: Gaming made easy – and quiet

Massively more power for your gaming experience. The Lenovo Legion Tower 7 should bring even more power with a new generation of processor and graphics card.

lags Long, unnecessary loading times. In my eyes, there is little that annoys me so much, whether it’s gaming or creative work. Lenovo promises a major performance update with the Gen 8 of the Legion Tower 7 series. Thanks to the 13th generation Intel Core processors (i7 or i9), unnecessarily long loading times should be a thing of the past.

According to Lenovo, the new built-in graphics cards of the Nvidia RTX 40 series also offer extremely high speeds for gamers and creative minds. The manufacturer calls the service provided in terms of performance and the AI-supported graphics a “quantum leap”. Responsible for; the Nvidia «Ada Lovelace» architecture. High FPS with low latency. This allows you to immerse yourself in your virtual gaming worlds in a way that feels like life. And when it comes to creative work, especially as a content creator, Lenovo promises you an acceleration of your workflows.

Lenovo Legion T7 Gen 8 (Intel Core i9-13900KF, 32 GB, 2000 GB, SSD)


Lenovo Legion T7 Gen 8

Intel Core i9-13900KF, 32 GB, 2000 GB, SSD

Intel Core i9-13900KF, 32 GB, 2000 GB, SSD

Pssst, you have to be quiet…

A gaming system is nothing without good cooling technology. According to Lenovo, it has improved the cooling system and offers either liquid cooling with up to 260 watts or air cooling with up to 190 watts in the case, so that the Legion Tower 7 can be operated even more quietly.

According to Lenovo, the grille on the front panel achieves higher fan efficiency. This allows the air to flow better through the 34-liter housing and enables operation at a volume of only 20 decibels. This is roughly comparable to a quiet noise in the TV studio. A quiet bedroom at night, on the other hand, should have a volume of 30 decibels.

Fast memory and lots of style

Lenovo combines this with up to 32 gigabytes of DDR5 RAM with 5,600 megahertz and a 2 terabyte SSD hard drive. The main memory can be easily expanded and expanded to up to 128 gigabytes. You can also easily install another hard drive. A power pack with up to 850 watts of power provides energy.

There are two USB 2.0 and two USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbit/s) connections on the front, as well as a combo audio connection. On the back, Lenovo supplements this with one USB-A 3.2 Gen 2×2 (20 Gbit/s), one USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbit/s), various other USB ports and one 2.5G LAN. As a video connection, you can choose between HDMI and up to three DisplayPorts. It’s all housed in a Storm Gray ARGB-effect case with a 3D-grid front bezel and tempered glass side panel.

Cover photo: Lenovo

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