Lenovo Legion 5i-17 i7-10750H/32GB/960/Win10X RTX2060

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  1. laptopforyears

    laptopforyears Newbie

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    I am thinking of buying a new Lenovo Legion 5

    The model would have:
    17 inch 144hz
    I7-10750H
    RAM: 32GB
    Disk: M.2 PCIe960 SSD
    Sys: Win10X
    GPU: RTX2060

    I want the laptop to be quiet and not warm

    How is he doing? Do you know?
    -what is the temperature at rest / normal work / games / data sets work
    -what are the decibel values in different operating modes, is it noisy?
    -how it works in databases, AI, ML, dev works -how it performs in games
     
  2. KING19

    KING19 Notebook Deity

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    I have the AMD version of the Legion 5 and it'll handle those tasks like a champ.

    The fans are surprisingly quiet even if you run it on performance mode while gaming

    The temps will probably be lower than mines since you're going for the 17inch model
     
  3. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    From the info I received, 5i 17 model has high GPU temp issue (1660Ti/2060).
     
  4. dglt

    dglt Notebook Guru

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    i have the 17" 10750H/rtx2060 model and the temps on it are great even without undervolt, but with undervolt even lower.

    the legion 5i models seem to run cooler than the 7i models with the same specs, that includes the vapor chamber models which see zero benefit other than being the latest "thing".
     
  5. Blacky

    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    You won't go wrong with the new Lenovo Legion. It has some of the best cooling for its price range.
     
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