Lenovo Legion 5/5 Pro/7 2021 Discussion

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  1. raul-77

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    My score is very similar to yours
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    Nice :cool:
     
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    FYI, the prebuilt Legion 7i with i7 11800H, RTX 3080, 1TB SSD, 32gb RAM, QHD 165hz, is in stock for shipping by Friday 8/27. Ordered one through my state bar association portal for $2465 including tax and shipping. Some savings for those who don't want or need the i9.
     
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    Hello again!, I have obtained better results thanks to this tutorial, in case anyone is interested, it is for ryzen 5800h, 4800h, 5600h, 4600h
    slightly improved results in cinebench r23 thanks to this tutorial and its author
    thanks to this more power options are unlocked

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    How were the temperatures? for me what matter is sustained rendering power.
    I think i could have run Cinebench R23 as it is forever at current speed.
     
  8. raul-77

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    it went up one more degree 91 °, reaching 3970 MHz before 3940 MHz, in games it seems the same performance, I think the Windows options conflict with the options of the laptop itself, when you touch something and want to leave it as it was, it loses performance ( MHz)
     
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    Yea it disables turbo boost. Brings down temps but kinda cripples your cpu. I would think it acts as a bottleneck if you have a more powerful gpu. And when you want the extra power you have to fiddle with the options again to turn it on.

    How much better results did you get?
     
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    not exactly, it has several power control modes, there is a disabled mode and it stays around 3300 MHz, in aggressive and aggressive efficient mode it has the turbo boost activated, in games the performance is similar to before, there is a conflict in Windows power options and those of the laptop itself changed them on the fn + q keyboard, sometimes it lowers the frequency when it wants and stays at 3600 MHz, I don't know if anyone has noticed this and it happens to him.
     
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