Lenovo Legion Y740 Drivers – The 15-inch Y740 Legion I tried today is sold for $1.989 on the Lenovo website and comes with an Intel Core i7-8750H processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU with 8GB of VRAM, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD 1 TB of 7.200 rpm on hard disk.
The base model costs $1.739 and leaves you on a GPU RTX 2060 with 6GB of VRAM and a single SSD of 256GB. The maximum version costs $2.329 and comes with a 512 GB SSD and 32 GB of RAM at the top of our original configuration.
The hood of the Legion Y740 is a vast plane of aluminum painted with metallic bronze, accompanied only by a logo of the Legion with a and lighted in RGB in the center of the O. Beyond the hinges there is a black plastic cover with RGB-illuminated ventilation holes that seem to slowly Re-consuming the rest of the chassis.
One big plus for me is that the Y740 Legion feels more resilient than her 17-inch sister, who was flexed like no morning, but there was still a bit of zeal in the bottom of the lid between the hinges. The interior suffers from the same palette of opaque colors, with the keyboard and the cover mixed together. The webcam moved to the bottom of the bezel, which is a bummer, but for me it’s worth having those superslim bezels.
While its size of 15 inches gives it a smaller look, the Y740 Legion (5 lbs, 14.2 x 10.5 x 0.9 inches) is still a fairly large machine when stacked against the Razer Blade 15 (2019) (4.7 lbs/14 x 9.3 x 0.7 inches) and the Asus ROG Zephyrus S (4.6/14. 2 x 10.6 x 0.6 inches).
The left side has a headphone jack and a Thunderbolt 3 port, and the right side has space for a 3.1 USB port and a OneKey Recovery button.
Meanwhile, the back of the machine features a Mini DisplayPort, an HDMI 2.0 port, two 3.1 USB ports, an RJ45 Ethernet port, the power connector and a security lock slot.
For a conventional gaming laptop, the 1920 x 1080 15.6 inch screen of the Y740 Legion is clearly bright and colorful. In addition, you get the benefit of a smooth, silky 144 Hz panel with support for Nvidia G-Sync.
As he lifted a log in Shadow of the Tomb raider, the deep browns and the sharp beige stitches of Lara’s leather sheath and the quiver called my attention. And when I covered myself in the shade of the trees, the panel was bright enough to reveal the rocks and the roots of the trees around me.
In the epic Dora trailer and the Lost City of Gold, the signature of the pink shirt and the orange shorts of the headline character shone on the screen of the Y740 Legion, and in the next scene I distinguished the locks of hair on Dora’s head. The panel was also bright enough to pick up the dark straps that wore a background character while diving underwater.
The Y740 Legion panel was adjusted to the average of the portable gaming computers and covered a solid 112 percent of the sRGB color gamut. The competition made it a little better, however, with the Razer Blade 15 that nailed to 149 percent and the Zephyrus S scraping at 113 percent.
With 267 nits of brightness, the Y740 Legion surpassed the Razer Blade 15 (262 nits) and is barely dimmer than the average of the 273 nits category. Despite that, the Zephyrus S averaged a superbright 335 nits.
Despite having slightly soft keys and little travel, the keyboard of the Y740 Legion was still relatively comfortable to write. However, even though the external chassis felt tough, the platform was still flexing a little while writing.
Lenovo Legion Y740 Drivers – Although the Y740 Legion loudspeakers were high enough to take the cover of Jonathan Young from “Unravel ” Through my little room, the quality was unsatisfactory (at first). The Y740 Legion is equipped with the Dolby Atmos Speaker System application, which is enabled by default and can tune the audio through five preset settings: dynamic, movie, music, games and voice. It also has a full equalizer as well. My first listening was in the music setting.
The highest notes during the voices were sharp, but lacked the proper bass, and the powerful sound guitar was muddy and barely audible. By the third verse of the song, I could barely hear the percussion or the guitar riffs on the voices. However, when I removed the song from the music settings and switched to dynamic, it was like removing a muddy filter over the notes.
The dynamic configuration sounded better and solved some of the problems I had with the speakers, but I still couldn’t get the quality of the guitar riffs.
Beneath the deck of the Y740 Legion is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU with 8GB of VRAM that ran Shadow of the Tomb raider at a speed of 55 frames per second as it advanced along a cliff and then I found myself staring at a rompec Abezas I wasn’t too tired to solve it.
The Y740 Legion crushed the reference point of Rise of the Tomb raider (very high, 1080p) with an average of 66 fps, surpassing the average of 41 fps of the gaming laptop. The Zephyrus S (46 fps) could not get close to its GPX Max-Q GTX 1070 and, surprisingly, the Razer Blade 15 (60 fps) was left behind with its own GPU RTX 2070 Max-Q.
In the Hitman reference index (Ultra, 1080p), the Y740 Legion combined the Razer Blade 15 with 96 fps and topped the average of the 73 FPS category. Even the Zephyrus S was not far away, at 83 fps.
Lenovo Legion Y740 Drivers – On this occasion, the Y740 Legion obtained 67 fps lower at the Grand Theft Auto V (Very high, 1080p) reference index compared to the 76 fps of the Razer Blade 15. Of course, the average of the gaming laptop (51 fps) and the Zephyrus S (64 fps) were still short.
The Y740 Legion can (almost) handle the virtual reality perfectly, because it obtained a score of 10.9 on 11 in the SteamVR performance test, surpassing the average of the category (7.6) and the Zephyrus S (9.7).
The Y740 Legion includes an Intel Core i7-8750H processor with 16GB of RAM, which easily juggled 40 tabs of Google Chrome and five 1080p videos on YouTube, while Shadow of the Tomb raider ran in the background.
The Y740 Legion published a solid 21.629 in the overall performance test of Geekbench 4, but could not match the Razer Blade 15 (22.179) and the Zephyrus S (21.711), which have the same CPU. The Legion, however, exceeded the average of 20,844 laptops for conventional games.
In the HandBrake test stand, the Legion Y740 transcodificó a 4K video to 1080p in just 9 minutes and 23 seconds, surpassing the average of the category (10:21), as well as the Razer Blade 15 (12:53) and the Zephyrus S (10:12).
The Lenovo 256 GB SSD copied 4.97 GB of data in a fast 9 seconds, this translates to 566 megabytes per second, and again exceeds the average of the gaming laptop (393 MBps) and the 512 GB SSD S (424 MBps) SSDs. However, the 512 GB SSD of the Razer Blade 15 had a higher speed of 636 MBps.
Lenovo Legion Y740 Drivers – Like his 17-inch brother, the Y740 Legion did not do so well in the battery life department. After continuously browsing the web via Wi-Fi to 150 nits of brightness, the Y740 Legion survived only 2 hours and 16 minutes, which is almost half the average of 4:01 games. It could be attributed to the RTX GPU, but the Razer Blade 15 lasted 5:02 with the same chip. The Razer Blade 15 even surpassed at least powerful Zephyrus S (3:33).
As you might expect from a webcam placed on the lower bezel, I couldn’t see anything but my fingers typing and part of my chin (epic) When I used the Legion’s 720p camera. To be fair, he captured the color of my gray and blue shirt decently well, and the sun did not completely blow my face.
However the biggest problem was that the quality was poor. It looked like a muddy water paint, and I couldn’t see any sharp detail in my hair or beard. You’re better off with an external webcam.
Despite the numbers, the Y740 Legion did not feel very hot after I played Shadow of the Tomb raider for 15 minutes. The bottom measures 103 degrees Fahrenheit, which is a few marks of our comfort threshold of 95 degrees. The center of the keyboard hit 101 degrees and the center of the touchpad nailed 81 degrees. The highest temperature obtained by the machine was 119 degrees, which was located on the right side of the subwoofer.
In our normal heat reference point (transmission of a 15-minute 1080p video), the bottom measures 95 degrees, while the keypad and touch panel reach 92 and 81 degrees, respectively.
The Lenovo Vantage application combines all of the branded software that is normally included on a laptop and places them in one place. With it, you can monitor your CPU, GPU, RAM and drives, use the Optimizer tool to automatically manage your RAM, customize the use of the battery through the Energy tab and use the Wi-Fi Security section, which can distinguish the networks Wireless safe from the dangerous ones and of course you can also run a hardware analysis and verify your warranty through the application.
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