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Lenovo gaming desktop PCs

At Lenovo, we’ve made it our mission to support the ever-growing PC gaming scene. And much of this support is provided by passionate gamers who understand the demands of other intelligent gamers across the globe, because they have those same demands. We know that not every game or hardware need is alike, so to ensure we have the right tools for any type of gamer out there, we’ve created a variety of gaming desktops, rather than just one premium, shiny package. Shop our gaming desktop sale.

Gaming on the Rise

Over the last few years gaming has been on the rise in popularity. With the rise of sites like Twitch for casual and professionals to show their skills. In the professional space esports have been on the rise as well with large tournaments and events held around gaming. Gaming has also been on the rise with every person on the planet. More and more women are in gaming space showing their talents at high skill games as well as playing games that are more relaxed like farming or housing simulators. Women have found something amazing in the gaming community.

The people showcasing their talents on online and at the large esports events got their by gaming a lot and putting in the hours of practice needed to get better. Many started on a console but switched over to PC for the benefits of having more power and being able to upgrade their machine without having to completely buy a new PC every time they are experiencing some technical issues that are causing them to lag behind.

Console vs PC Gaming

Not everyone games on a PC some gamers prefer to relax on the couch with the TV and game on a console. It is not they don’t see the benefit in PC gaming but see the benefits of playing on a console. 

The benefits of playing on a console are that if your friends play on a console and you prefer to play cooperative and multiplayer games those are more fun to play with your friends. Consoles do not have the same graphical capabilities as a PC.

The benefits of playing on PC are higher graphical power, higher frames per second, and more upgradeability. They are a great gaming experience for visuals and smooth of running. If your friends are gaming on a PC you should check out Lenovo’s selection of pre-built gaming PCs or head over to the Build Your Own section and you can select all the parts and a built PC will be shipped to you. It is all the fun of building your own PC without having to use a soldering iron.

Lenovo Legion gaming towers

As a PC gamer, you have options. Some might think too many options. So, we’ve worked to give today’s PC gamer one central location to find their gaming tech, community and support. Look to Lenovo Legion as your one-stop source for the best gaming desktops, community insights, and technical support. With Legion, you can spend less time shopping, and more worry-free time playing. Legion gaming PC towers deliver the best hardware that today’s industry can muster. Plus, we go beyond the tech to help connect you to fellow gamers through our Legion Gaming Community, and provide reliable support through our Legion Ultimate Support service.

Gaming computers optimized for Apex Legends

Forge your path to battle royale glory with Lenovo Legion gaming desktops, gaming laptops, and Apex Legends. Lenovo has partnered with EA and Apex Legends to ensure that our gaming desktops are optimally tuned for performance when you need it most. After all, you’ve only got one (or two) shots at snagging the elusive crown of champion each match. Legion gaming computers are packed with only the latest tech to ensure your next shot isn’t interrupted by poor performance. So, find your Legion gaming PC, and find your way to victory.

Affordable gaming computers

If you’ve looked through our Legion 5 and Legion T Series gaming desktop towers, you’ll see how tailor-made to gamers they really are, with highly-customizable builds, RGB system lighting, and more. Yet we know some gamers want a bit more day-to-day functionality from their gaming PC. If you’re that type of gamer, check out select IdeaCentre products, like the IdeaCentre T540 gaming desktop. With a subtle touch of style and practical features, the IdeaCentre T540 is just as great for intense fragging as it is for spreadsheets. Browse our gaming desktop sale.

Different Levels of Play Need Different Specs

Gaming at the top level of skill and casually enjoying the game are completely different experiences and require need different specs in their machines. If you are going to be a professional gamer and stream on Twitch or go big in the esports space then the machine you need will have higher specs than if you are playing games to wind down after busy days or on the weekends with no intention of becoming a professional through streaming or esports.

Professional gamers need a high powered machine. They do not have the time to get bogged down by lag or screen tearing or losing any frames while they are trying to perform at the highest level. To mitigate those issues professional gamers will go for the higher end components to take their specs to the top of the line.

If you are gaming casually unless you want to have all the specs of the professional gamers you can have lower specs and still enjoy a fully immersive experience on your gaming PC. 

Gaming desktop sale

Want the best for less? Check out our gaming desktop sale for the latest discounts on top Lenovo Legion and IdeaCentre gaming desktops and computers. You may just find one of our latest and greatest PC gaming models at an astoundingly low price – meaning uncompromising gaming power right at your fingertips, all without going over budget.


From casual levels of play to the peak of esports competition, at least one thing is synonymous: sound is of the utmost importance for gamers of all levels. With the right sound you will be able to hear everything going on in the game and not miss a beat. Lenovo provides the top-rated wireless gaming headsets for a smooth gaming experience. Our wireless gaming headsets are designed to maximize the efficiency of sound input and output during your games, giving you everything you need to become a pro gamer.

Our top gaming headsets come with an integrated microphone with the best sound input settings. From noise cancellation features to a soft and comfortable design, there’s nothing our top gaming headsets don’t offer!


Gaming chairs have become all the rage for everyone from professional gamers and twitch streamers to those who work from home in an office setting. Because of their construction and comfort they are the chair of choice for gamers both PC and console if they aren’t on the couch. 

Gamers sit for long periods of time. They need the comfort that is going to come from a gaming chair. They don’t want to get up from the long hours spent sitting down and feel it in their lower back and hips and arms. They want to get up and feel like the chair took some of the burden away from them.


Legion gaming accessories

Any gamer knows that the right gaming accessories are nearly as important as the gaming PC itself. So, we didn’t stop at laptops, we developed premium Legion PC gaming accessories to cover all your needs. From mechanical keyboards to gaming headsets, Legion accessories will give you a leg up on the competition.

New PC games

And just in case you didn’t know, Lenovo also sells the best PC games through our Legion PC Games Store. Browsing top PC games (or just your favorites) just got a whole lot easier with Legion.


Gaming PCs can get expensive, with the amount of quality parts in the frame they can easily run into the thousands of dollars. You can get a top of the line gaming PC and still save some money by going to the gaming deals page. You will find top of the line gaming PCs on a discount there that can be paired with discounts that come from the MyLenovo Rewards Program and the Lenovo Trade in program.

MyLenovo Rewards Program

When you are making purchases for your gaming set up and your legion accessories and desktops if you are a member of the MyLenvo Rewards Program you can earn points on every single one of those purchases. Once you have earned enough points you can turn around and use them to get a great discount on the pieces you want to upgrade your set up or accessories you need to take your gaming set up to the next level like gaming mice, keyboards, or mouse pads.

Lenovo Trade In Program

To go along with all the other discounts another way to save money and help the planet while you are at it is to trade your electronics in to the Lenovo Trade In Program. There are some qualifications that the electronics have to meet to qualify. If you are considering upgrading your set up with a new Legion machine you can trade in the old one and once it has been determined to meet the qualification you will receive a VISA gift card that you can use anywhere! Since you are upgrading you can use the VISA gift card to reduce the price of the machine or the components and this VISA can be paired with any discounts on the site and make your upgrades a less expensive choice.

Gaming FAQs

Still undecided? Lenovo’s expansive FAQ section can help. Maybe you’re not sure if a gaming laptop or a gaming desktop is right for you? Lenovo can help you decide with valuable answers to the top questions PC gamers are asking today.

Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8) Review: An Upgradeable PC with Few Frills

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Tom’s Hardware Verdict

The Lenovo Legion Tower 7i is a capable gaming machine with plenty of ports and standard parts, but its RAM doesn’t run at full speed and Lenovo needs to chill on the preinstalled software.


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For every gaming PC with a massive case or a spaceship-inspired design, there’s something a bit more subtle. In some ways the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i ($3,349.99) follows the lead of office mid-towers with a gray, boxy design. But it also emulates some of the best gaming PCs with bog standard parts and plenty of options for upgradeability.

Powering the Tower, in the only configuration as of this writing, is an Intel Core i9-13900KF and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080, which proved to be a powerful combination at both 1080p and 4K in our gaming tests.

The Legion is worthy of consideration for anyone willing to drop $3,000 on a pre-built PC.  here are some issues with RAM speed to address, though they didn’t seem to affect gaming performance too much in our experience.

The Legion Tower 7i is a bit of a mashup between an office desktop, a gaming rig and maybe even the Mac Pro. The most striking feature, for better or worse, is a large, cheese grater-style design, but with squares rather than circles. If you like that on the Mac Pro, maybe you’ll like it here, but it’s less polished here. The front also has an RGB Legion logo, turned vertically.

Lenovo’s 34-liter chassis is largely a gray (sorry, “storm” gray) box. I’m OK with that — PC gamers are used to utilitarian chassis that are largely designed to house their parts. I do think that Lenovo could zhuzh it up a bit, though. While some of it is metal, large amounts of it are plastic, and that doesn’t look or feel premium.

The top of the box has a cutout to allow airflow in or out of the chassis (Lenovo has two exhaust fans up there). I wish that there was a dust filter built into that top part, or even just a cheap reusable one. The dust filters at the front and the top should have some tighter tolerances.

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There’s a glass side panel on the left side of the Legion, letting you see your parts and any RGB effects you’ve got going. On our unit, the GPU, water cooler pump and fans all lit up, and there’s a white light strip above the glass door to provide some brightness. I liked turning the light strip off, which brought out more of the colors. 

You can change the settings in Lenovo Vantage (though I had to wait for the software to update the first time around), but it doesn’t yet control the RGB on the GPU, which is stuck in a rainbow pattern (this messed up the all-green look I was going for). Lenovo says more lighting effects will be available when its Legion Spectrum software releases later in 2023. (There are also lighting options in the BIOS, but that also doesn’t feature GPU effects as of this writing. )

At 19.37 x 18.27 x 8.31 inches, I imagine the Legion Tower 7i is just big enough that most people will keep it on the floor under a desk. It’s not quite as big as other recent RTX 40-series desktops we’ve reviewed, like the Alienware Aurora R15 (20.8 x 20.1 x 8.86 inches) and the MSI Infinite RS 13th (23.03 x 10.12 x 21.14 inches).

Specifications on the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8)

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Processor Intel Core i9-13900KF
Motherboard Lenovo 376A (Intel Z790, ATX)
Memory 32GB DDR5-4400
Graphics OEM GeForce RTX 4080 (16GB GDDR6X,  2,505 MHz boost clock)
Storage 1TB Samsung PM9A1 PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD
Networking Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211, Bluetooth 5.
Front Ports 2x USB 2.0 Type-A, 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, headphone jack, microphone jack
Rear Ports (Motherboard) 2x USB 2.0 Type-A, 4x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, Audio ports with SPDIF, Ethernet
Video Output (GPU) 3x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI
Power Supply 850W, Fully modular
Cooling AIO CPU cooler with 360mm radiator, 3x 120 mm case fans
Operating System Windows 11 Home
Dimensions 19.37 x 18.27 x  8.31 inches / 492 x 464 x 211 mm
Price as Configured $3,349.99

Ports and Upgradeability on the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i 

Lenovo has four USB ports on the top of the Legion Tower: two USB 2. 0 Type-A ports, and two newer USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports. Personally, I would have liked to see a Type-C port as well, but four is more than I see on many prebuilt. There are also separate ports for headphones and a microphone.

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On the back of Lenovo’s motherboard, there are two USB 2.0 Type-A ports. four USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, a single USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A port and USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port. That’s a decent amount of connectivity. There’s also an Ethernet jack and audio ports, including SPDIF.

If you want to add or replace parts, getting into the Legion is pretty easy. The left panel is held on by two thumb screws that are captive in the glass door, and the right back panel comes off in a similar fashion.

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From here, the world is your oyster. Sure, you can get to the RAM, the cooling and the three-slot-thick Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 (maybe Lenovo should include a support for it). But it also appears that Lenovo is using a standard ATX motherboard here, suggesting it could be replaced and that you could continue to use this case down the line. Everything here seems to be industry standard, and some of Lenovo’s rivals (looking at you, Dell) could learn from this.

The motherboard has four m.2 slots. In ours, two were taken up: one with the Wi-Fi card and one with a 1TB SSD. The other two are yours to add to later.

Cable management is decent, considering Lenovo is dealing with Nvidia’s 12VHPWR adapter. There may have been some cases where I would have tried to jam more cases through the back of the system, though Lenovo has pushed the grommets in the system to their limit here. One’s rubber coating was slipping off out of the box. But whoever built this system took full advantage of the case’s mounting points for cable ties. The PSU is covered by a shroud, so you can only see all of the extra cables there from the back.

The back of the case also offers more room for storage upgrades, including a hard drive caddy and a pair of mounting points for 2. 5-inch SATA SSDs or HDDs.

On the rear of the system, there are two vertical PCIe slots covers, suggesting that someone with a modding hobby (or at least a PCIe extension cable) could mount a two-slot GPU vertically in this case.

Gaming and Graphics on the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8)

Configured with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 and an Intel Core i9-13900KF, the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i can power through many games at their highest settings and at 4K resolution. At 1080p, which uses the CPU more, it sometimes ends up on par with systems with the more powerful RTX 4090.

The Tower 7i can handle Control (which continues to be a punishing game after all these years)  at its best, albeit not at 60 fps. At 4K on the high graphics preset and high ray-tracing settings, the game ran at around 50 frames per second while fighting to cleanse an object of power, and at a near constant 80 fps in the Astral Plane (but these sections are short, few and have all-white backgrounds) and at as low as 40 fps in intense combat sequences with tons of effects (which are far more common).

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On the Shadow of the Tomb Raider benchmark (highest preset), the Legion achieved 236 fps at 1080p and 93 fps at 4K. That’s less than the RTX 4090-toting Alienware and MSI, but the difference was far larger at 4K. The Lenovo also showed off strong generational improvements over the iBuypower Revolt 3, which we tested with an RTX 3080.

Grand Theft Auto V‘s benchmark produced interesting results. At very high settings and 1080p resolution, the Legion, MSI Infinite and Alienware Aurora all hit the same 186 fps, even though the latter competitors have a more powerful RTX 4090. That’s partially because Grand Theft Auto V has always been notoriously CPU bound, and that’s almost always the case at lower resolutions. It might also suggest that today’s top-end cards are hitting some sort of limit for the game. At 4K, the Legion hit 57 fps, falling behind the 4090 desktops, and only a single frame ahead of the iBuypower.

We saw a similar pattern on Far Cry 6‘s benchmark at ultra presets. At 1080p, the Legion tied the Alienware at 127 fps (which had slightly surpassed the MSI) at 4K, but fell behind in 4K, at 92 fps. (We weren’t running this benchmark when we tested the iBuypower, so it’s excluded from the chart.)

The RTX 4090-based systems took a clear lead in Red Dead Redemption 2. While the Lenovo Legion hit a respectable 166 fps at 1080p and 57 fps at 4K on medium settings, the MSI and Alienware surpassed it by more than 20 fps in each resolution.

On the Borderlands 3 benchmark’s “badass” preset, the Legion Tower achieved 228 fps at 1080p and 92 fps at 4K, falling behind the MSI (258 fps at 1080p /129 fps at 4K) and Aurora (263  fps at 1080p/128 fps at 4K)

We stress systems by running Metro Exodus at its RTX preset for 15 runs, which lasts roughly half an hour. The Tower 7i hit an average of 119.12 fps and was fairly constant from run to run. The Core i9-13900KF’s performance cores ran at an average of 5.3 GHz and the efficiency cores ran at an average of 4.3 GHz. The CPU measured an average of 58.24 degrees Celsius. The GPU ran at an average of 2,529.89 MHz and measured 54.25 degrees Celsius.

Productivity Performance on the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8)

When you’re not gaming on your PC, the Legion Tower 7i should be plenty competent as a workhorse thanks to its Intel Core i7-13900KF and 32GB of RAM, as well as a 1TB SSD. Lenovo states that the Legion Tower 7i has DDR5-5600 RAM, and yes, there are two 16GB DIMMS that meet that specification. 

But in our review unit, those DIMMs didn’t run at those speeds, but rather at 4,400 MHz. Lenovo claims that “there are limitations that the chipset inherently has depending on the number of modules [that] are installed. Essentially, the clock speeds are automatically restricted to lower values when leveraging dual and quad channel memory setups. ”  That’s not an issue we’ve seen with other systems running two DIMMs, but Lenovo did recreate it on their end.

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On Geekbench 5, the Legion Tower 7i was within a point or two of the MSI infinite RS and the Alienware Aurora R15 on the single-core test at 2,178. The Legion achieved a multi-core score of 22,275, ever so slightly behind the Aurora 15 and trailing the Alienware.

The Legion we tested came with a 1TB Samsung PM9A1 PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD, which transferred 25GB of files at a rate of 1,152.26 MBps. That’s slower than both the MSI and Alienware, though it’s far better than the iBuypower from last year.

The Legion took the top rank in Handbrake, converting a 4K video to 1080p in 2 minutes and 18 seconds, faster than anything else in the field.

Keyboard and Mouse with the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8)

If you don’t already own a keyboard and mouse, the pack-ins that come with the Legion Tower should get you started. Once you’re started, you should invest in a different keyboard and mouse.

The pack-ins are office-grade plastic, not suitable for gaming. The membrane keyboard is soft and squishy, and the wired mouse, while fine for general browsing, isn’t comfortable enough for long gaming sessions. It’s one thing if these come with a cheap system, which will let someone on a tight budget get by while they save up for their next splurge, but even the cheapest gaming gear you can find would be an improvement, especially when you’re spending over $3,000 on the rig itself. Check out our lists of the best gaming keyboards and best gaming mice.

Software and Warranty on the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8)

Lenovo has been expanding its software footprint on all of its devices, including Legion, for better or worse. Lenovo Vantage is still the primary app, showing CPU and GPU usage, overclocking options and letting you change your lighting. Now a separate piece of software, called Arena, acts as a library to store all of your games from across different launchers. There’s also Lenovo Welcome, which tries to sell you upgraded support services, download partner apps and add a desktop shortcut to Lenovo’s own Legion Game Shop, which overall feels like more of an ad than a useful piece of software.

Steelseries’ Nahimic is the on-bpoard software to adjust audio, which is useful. The only other piece of third-party software is a trial of McAfee LiveSafe.

Unfortunately, Lenovo has put some bookmarks in the Edge browser (a growing practice from a number of manufacturers these days) with links to Lenovo’s website, its support site, and McAfee.

Windows 11, of course, still has links to some bloat, which will download apps like WhatsApp, TikTok, Spotify, ESPN or Instagram if you click them in the Start menu.

Lenovo sells the Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8) with a one-year warranty that can be upgraded for an additional cost. Lenovo bundles its “ultimate support” for Legion with this desktop, including 24/7 availability through phone, chat and email, next business day support onsite and support for hardware, software and accessories.

Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8) Configurations

We tested the Lenovo Legion Tower 7i (Gen 8) with an Intel Core i9-13900KF, 32GB of DDR5 RAM, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 and a 1TB PCIe SSD. At the moment, this is the only configuration that Lenovo offers, with a $3,349.99 price tag.

As of this writing, many other retailers are still selling older generation Legion Towers with older Intel CPUs, though some have the latest Nvidia graphics.

The Lenovo Legion Tower 7i is a capable gaming machine with plenty of upgrade possibilities down the line. The RTX 4080 is capable of playing games at 4K, and the motherboard’s swatch of m.2 slots mean there’s a ton of room to add storage.

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As of this writing, the Core i9-13900KF/RTX 4080 is the only configuration of the machine that Lenovo is selling. Those who need the power of the RTX 4090 (and willing to pay the price for it) in a prebuilt will need to go to other vendors, like Alienware or MSI.

While Lenovo is leaning harder on preinstalled software than it used to, I’m happy to see a standard case with standard parts here. There’s plenty of options to make this PC your own for years to come.

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