Today, Chinese tech giant Lenovo has announced that the upcoming Lenovo Legion gaming PC line-up would come with the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPU with Max-Q Design and will be powered new 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series mobile processors.
Thanks to the GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs with Max-Q Design, gamers would be provided with higher clock speeds to offer new levels of realism in today’s AAA games on the new range of Legion devices. Lenovo is also introducing NVIDIA G-SYNC technology for smooth, tear-free gameplay.
The upcoming PC line-up would also come with Advanced Optimus and the 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series mobile processors, which were introduced recently. Developed in collaboration with NVIDIA, Advanced Optimus dynamically detects GPU workloads and automatically connects either the NVIDIA GPU (for demanding workloads) or the IGP (for light workloads) to the display. Intel says that this helps preserve battery life when light workload applications run and deliver maximum performance and framerates during gaming sessions.
Intel’s new 10th Gen Core H-series mobile processors consists of i9-10980HK, i7-10750H, and i7-10875H. These new chips can boost clock speeds beyond 5GHz. A PC with the i9-10980HK chip, when compared to a three-year-old system, will deliver up to 54 per cent more frames per second during gaming for better playability of top titles, up to 44 per cent better overall performance for faster, more responsive productivity, and up to two times faster 4K video rendering and export, making it faster and easier to create and share.