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Antonline via ebay has Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Laptop (82RG001NUS) on sale for $1439.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 16" (2560 x 1600) WQXGA 165Hz 500nits IPS Display
  • AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX 8-Cores, 16-Threads (3.3GHz Base / 4.9GHz Boost) Processor
  • 16GB DDR5 SO-DIMM RAM
  • 1TB 2280 PCIe 4.0x4 NVMe SSD
  • Geforce RTX 3070 Ti Graphics
  • Wi-Fi 6E 802.11ax + Bluetooth 5.1
  • 4-Zone RGB Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 11 Home 64 bit
  • Ports:
    • 3x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Ports
    • 3x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Ports
    • 1x Network (RJ-45)

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$1439.99 $2199.99 by antonline via eBay

SPECS:
  • 16" QHD (2560 x 1600, WQXGA) 16:10, 165Hz, 500-nits, 100% sRGB, Anti-glare, IPS Display; DisplayHDR 400, Dolby Vision, FreeSync, G-SYNC, Low Blue Light, High Gaming Performance
  • AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX (8C / 16T, 3.3 / 4.9GHz, 4MB L2 / 16MB L3)
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 8GB GDDR6, Boost Clock 1485MHz, TGP 150W
  • 16GB (2x 8GB) SO-DIMM DDR5-4800MHz RAM
  • 1TB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0x4 NVMe
  • Wi-Fi 6E 11ax, 2x2 + BT5.1
  • 4-Zone RGB Backlit, English (US)
  • HD 720p with E-shutter
  • Stereo speakers, 2W x2, Nahimic Audio
  • 80Whr Battery
  • 2.49 kg (5.49 lbs.)
  • Model: 82RG001NUS
  • Ports:
    • 3x USB 3.2 Gen 1
    • 2x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (support data transfer and DisplayPort 1.4)
    • 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (support data transfer, Power Delivery 135W and DisplayPort 1.4)
    • 1x HDMI, up to 8K/60Hz
    • 1x Ethernet (RJ-45)
    • 1x Headphone / microphone combo jack (3.5mm)
    • 1x Power connector


https://www.ebay.com/itm/29524239...26bb460INT
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The single thread is almost the same, with the Intel barely faster.

Intel overclocks the ram and AMD cannot be overcooked on the ram, that's where most the difference comes from.

It's not a large difference at all. Intel is a great chip, but uses an outdated, larger chip, it's very fast but hot and not energy efficient.

The AMD is very very close to as fast, cooler, and has about 50 percent more battery efficiency.

Intel is more of a gamer thing, it has a little bit better 1% percent lows because the processor ipc is slightly higher and the ram is usually a bit faster and more upgradable.

They are both good, the Intel is a little faster.... But the kind of work your talking about... It's not a big difference at all. Like something isn't gonna take 10 minutes on the Intel one and 20 minutes on the AMD one......

Identical performance for general low intensity tasks, More in the range of less then a few seconds for intensive tasks.
Possibly like a minute or 2 difference for very large file encodes or something.

The 6 series is a good bit faster then the recent 11000k Intel processors. So the difference between them is significantly less then the difference between a 11 i7 and a 12 i7 and the difference between the 11 and 12 series Intel processor as far as performance is not really that much to begin with.

Like in a game, the Intel one might get 122 fps and the AMD one gets 118 fps, sometimes they score the same fps, like both 81fps at 4k, sometimes at very high fps there's a larger difference like 220 fps on the Intel and 200 fps on the AMD.

Generally the performance gap should be even smaller in non gaming tasks.

The Intel probably having thunderbolt and the AMD not having it and the Intel system lasting 2 or 3 hours on battery and the amd lasting 5 or 6 hours on battery are probably more relevant to you.

Also if you use it unplugged, the Intel downclocks significantly and the AMD processor is much faster when running off of battery.

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Please help. I have been searching everywhere and can't find which ports connect to the igpu and which ports connect to the GPU. Or whether this is HDMI 2.1 or whether there is support for full DP 1.4 through the a port directly connected to the GPU.

I could live with just HDMI 2.1 I guess, but I have to have a USB C that directly connects to the GPU so that I can disable igpu for VR.

Just had to return an Intel laptop for that reason.
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Please help. I have been searching everywhere and can't find which ports connect to the igpu and which ports connect to the GPU. Or whether this is HDMI 2.1 or whether there is support for full DP 1.4 through the a port directly connected to the GPU.

I could live with just HDMI 2.1 I guess, but I have to have a USB C that directly connects to the GPU so that I can disable igpu for VR.

Just had to return an Intel laptop for that reason.
It has the same port layout as this one. It just has 32GB vs this deals 16GB

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/la...o.com%252F


Lenovo Vantage should be able to set it any way you want it.
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It has the same port layout as this one. It just has 32GB vs this deals 16GB

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/la...o.com%252F


Lenovo Vantage should be able to set it any way you want it.
Ya, I need to know if they connect to the GPU through the igpu or if they connect to the GPU directly.

It could be either depending on how they set the motherboard up. Most manufacturers explicitly specify that but I can't find any information.
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Ya, I need to know if they connect to the GPU through the igpu or if they connect to the GPU directly.

It could be either depending on how they set the motherboard up. Most manufacturers explicitly specify that but I can't find any information.
Pretty sure the external display ports are all connected directly to the dGPU.
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nice to see this drop closer to 1400
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Ya, I need to know if they connect to the GPU through the igpu or if they connect to the GPU directly.

It could be either depending on how they set the motherboard up. Most manufacturers explicitly specify that but I can't find any information.
Does this help?
https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/L...82RG001NUS
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nice to see this drop closer to 1400
Microcenter has Maingear 17.3" 240Hz with similar specs and 32GB RAM for $1299 [microcenter.com]
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dont the maingear throttle like crazy?
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would you guys think this model in OP this for 1055 after tax?

I got this with a 10% lenovo discount refund, and 12% 155 TMN cashback, and 42 dollar 3% cashback.
came out to 1055.
https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/la...82rf0009us
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Can anyone comment on this Ryzen 9 6900hx vs the Intel i7 12th gen [ebay.com] in regard to video rendering/encoding/editing? Is it worth the extra 300 dollars?
I wouldn't be using this for gaming at all. Just Adobe Premiere or Da Vinci Resolve (if I can learn it).
Everything I've read says the Intel is better than the AMD for this (extra cores; the way the software works), but that it also runs MUCH hotter.
The benchmark percentage test differences seem significant, but none of the ones I've seen specifically address this.

I was also looking at the ASUS Proart Studiobook [asus.com] i7, but it's way more expensive ($2100) and only has a 3060 vs the 3070ti ($2600!) Though, it seems to be better built for video overall besides that GPU inferiority.
AND the new models 4070 models are apparently coming out soon-ish??

Also, does anyone know if you can put 64GB of memory in the Legions? The recommended specs say 32GB max. I know that the extra M2 hard drive slot recommends 1TB max and others have put in a 2TB, so I wondering if the extra memory will work or if it is overkill/won't perform anyway.

Thanks for anyone's insight.
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Check your amex card there is 15% on mine
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Can anyone comment on this Ryzen 9 6900hx vs the Intel i7 12th gen [ebay.com] in regard to video rendering/encoding/editing? Is it worth the extra 300 dollars?
I wouldn't be using this for gaming at all. Just Adobe Premiere or Da Vinci Resolve (if I can learn it).
Everything I've read says the Intel is better than the AMD for this (extra cores; the way the software works), but that it also runs MUCH hotter.
The benchmark percentage test differences seem significant, but none of the ones I've seen specifically address this.

I was also looking at the ASUS Proart Studiobook [asus.com] i7, but it's way more expensive ($2100) and only has a 3060 vs the 3070ti ($2600!) Though, it seems to be better built for video overall besides that GPU inferiority.
AND the new models 4070 models are apparently coming out soon-ish??

Also, does anyone know if you can put 64GB of memory in the Legions? The recommended specs say 32GB max. I know that the extra M2 hard drive slot recommends 1TB max and others have put in a 2TB, so I wondering if the extra memory will work or if it is overkill/won't perform anyway.

Thanks for anyone's insight.
The single thread is almost the same, with the Intel barely faster.

Intel overclocks the ram and AMD cannot be overcooked on the ram, that's where most the difference comes from.

It's not a large difference at all. Intel is a great chip, but uses an outdated, larger chip, it's very fast but hot and not energy efficient.

The AMD is very very close to as fast, cooler, and has about 50 percent more battery efficiency.

Intel is more of a gamer thing, it has a little bit better 1% percent lows because the processor ipc is slightly higher and the ram is usually a bit faster and more upgradable.

They are both good, the Intel is a little faster.... But the kind of work your talking about... It's not a big difference at all. Like something isn't gonna take 10 minutes on the Intel one and 20 minutes on the AMD one......

Identical performance for general low intensity tasks, More in the range of less then a few seconds for intensive tasks.
Possibly like a minute or 2 difference for very large file encodes or something.

The 6 series is a good bit faster then the recent 11000k Intel processors. So the difference between them is significantly less then the difference between a 11 i7 and a 12 i7 and the difference between the 11 and 12 series Intel processor as far as performance is not really that much to begin with.

Like in a game, the Intel one might get 122 fps and the AMD one gets 118 fps, sometimes they score the same fps, like both 81fps at 4k, sometimes at very high fps there's a larger difference like 220 fps on the Intel and 200 fps on the AMD.

Generally the performance gap should be even smaller in non gaming tasks.

The Intel probably having thunderbolt and the AMD not having it and the Intel system lasting 2 or 3 hours on battery and the amd lasting 5 or 6 hours on battery are probably more relevant to you.

Also if you use it unplugged, the Intel downclocks significantly and the AMD processor is much faster when running off of battery.
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