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Lenovo Legion 5i Pro Gen 6 16" with i7-11800H, RTX 3070 8GB, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD $2474.25 Shipped @ Lenovo Australia

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Processor: 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-11800H (8C / 16T, 2.3 / 4.6GHz, 24MB)
Operating System: Windows 11 Home 64
Display Type: 16.0" WQXGA (2560x1600) IPS 500nits Anti-glare, 165Hz, 100% sRGB, Dolby Vision, HDR 400, G-Sync, DC dimmer
Memory: 2x 8 GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200
Hard Drive: 512 GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0x4 NVMe
Warranty: 1 Year Premium Care
AC Adapter: 300W Slim Tip (3-pin)
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3070 8GB GDDR6, Boost Clock 1560 / 1620MHz, TGP 140W
Second Hard Drive: N/A
Battery: Integrated 80Wh
Camera: 720p with E-camera Shutter
Fingerprint Reader: No Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard: Blue Backlit, English
Wireless: 802.11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.1
Integrated Mobile Broadband: N/A
1YR Premium Care with Onsite upgrade from 1YR Courier/Carry-in

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  • +3

    Got the Ryzen7 5800H version with 1T SSD and 32G Ram for $2500 before Christmas from the Lenovo Education site, a really good gaming laptop.

    • My son has saved about $2k so far for a laptop. He hasn't signed up to the education site yet. Hopefully he can get a similar deal.

  • Great laptop, mine arrived yesterday.
    Any advice on RAM upgrade?

    • There's youtube reviews that Lenovo are using modules that are slower in timing. Any RETAIL name brand modules will perform better. Go Cruicial, Samsung or Kingston.

  • +6

    Would recommend given the kraken (intel x15) a thought, $2399 for the same 11800H + 3070 145w. Plus you get 32gb ram and a 2TB nvme ssd (this is a single stick, so you still got anther slot for upgrade), and a per key rgb keyboard for rgb vomit. The kraken also got a 2k165hz near 100%srgb panel, but is slightly worse since it doesn’t get HDR400, and its 16:9 not the 16:10 on the legion. Plus the legion gets mux switch.

    Point being you can get an external monitor to bypass the lack of mux switch. And given if you wanted to upgrade legions ram & storage down the line. The kraken will be the cheaper option. Do note you probably need to fiddle with updating the bios/undevolt on the Kraken, as the stock thermals dont look so good.

    Of course, the legion is much better as a standalone product, better screen & mux does it wonders. Other brands need to get on board with the physical webcam switch as well.

  • +1

    If you're spending 2.5k on a gaming laptop and can't wait for Intel 12th gen or Ryzen 6000 then I think the Ryzen 7 5000 version is the better option since it has much better battery and thermal performance.

    • +3

      First things first, tiger lake does not have thermal problems unlike desktop rocket lake, which still uses 14nm+++++ process node, and while they may run a little hotter than an AMD chip, they dont have 'thermal performance problems'. If a gaming laptop have thermal issues nowadays, its the manufacturer's problem, not the chip makers. Heck, the 5800h throttles at 100 degrees straight out of the box with alienware m15r5, no one will complain its AMD's problem, because the chip runs much cooler in other machines.

      In this case, either amd or intel legion laptops this year will not have any thermal problems, legion have by far some of the best cooling for any 15/16' gaming laptop this year and both intel and amd models share near identical mobo and cooling solution layouts.

      Much better battery life is true, but again its a gaming laptop, a fair amount of people who buys this dont need to carry it outside all day, and battery life does not matter to them. In this case, intel is better, since it scales better on wall power, and have better gaming performance thanks to the larger L3 cache. Of course, if you do need to take a beast of a laptop with you everywhere, go for the AMD model, since they scales better at lower wattages, in addition to the better battery life.

      As for the new gen laptops, their initial pricings are through the roof, an gp66 with 12700h, 3060 and ddr4 ram costs 2.9 grand. And a zephyrus m16 with 12700h, ddr5 ram and 3050ti will set you back 3.2k. AMD seemed to have production issues with 6000 series chips as none have poped up yet, which is in sharp contrast against last year's rollout. It's clear that the semi conductor shortage induced price increase have crept to the laptop space. You can tell by ozbargain posts as well. Legions sale pricings are worse every month. And no shops seemed to be clearing any 2021 stock at a discount that's worth posting here on Ozbargain. Even the deals I myself posted on here, ive been checking back and no better discounts have been going on for any of them.

  • Does this support thunderbolt 4

    • +2

      The answer is listed in the tech spec if you bothered to click on the go to deal page.

  • For those who own this, Would this be good for graphic design considering the nicely specked screen? Or does it go dull with anti reflective coating? I'm either looking at this or other laptops with oled screen but scared of burn in in the long run ha.

    • For graphic design work, you really should look into zephyrus g15/m16 with those 100% dci p3 coverage panels.

      The l5p’s panel is one of the best for a gaming laptop this year, as it’s all around very good. But the 100%srgb is very average as far as colour accurate work is considered. And basically all medium-high end gaming laptops have similar colour space coverage.

      • Prices are quite high on the m16s. And g15 within the budget is only 300nits.

        • That’s really a compromise you have to make man. Yes legion have 500nits brightness but since you said you wanted to buy a laptop for colour accurate work I would say colour coverage is more important than brightness. Your call in the end ;p

          • @Brrrrt: Might go then with the yoga slim pro. It's primarily for work than gaming I've decided hehe.

  • Any thoughts on this one vs say the Kraken 15 https://www.bpctech.com.au/product/x15-q-lite-kraken-x15-q-g…?

    With cashback, the price of this comes down to about $2226.83 vs the Kraken 15 that's $1899. What do people reckon is the best value?

  • I'm getting "Sorry! eCoupon not found. Try again?" when entering LENGAMING.. anyone else?

    Edit: Just noticed how old this deal was… must've expired T_T;;;

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