Gaming has been showing signs of growth during the past years. With the situation all we are currently in, this trend is going to fasten. And this statement refers not only to mobile gaming but also to the ‘traditional equipment’. To meet the demand, Lenovo has recently released a monster machine, namely the Lenovo Savior Blade 7000 UIY gaming computer host. This machine sports the Intel Core i7-9700F processor and the GTX 1660 Super GPU. It will be launched on April 18 at a retail price of 6999 yuan ($995). The initial price is 6799 yuan ($966).
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The new Lenovo Savior Blade 7000 UIY gaming computer host has a size of (H) 440mm × (W) 184.5mm × (D) 508mm. It also uses the B360 motherboard, which is paired with a 16GB DDR4 2666MHz memory and a 512GB NVMe PCle3.0 SSD.
We should also say that the Lenovo Savior Blade 7000 UIY gaming computer host features an octa-core eight-thread Intel Core i7-9700F processor. It has a default frequency of 3.0GHz and a maximum single-core frequency of 4.7GHz. This processor, which is based on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture, is manufactured on Intel’s 3rd generation enhanced 14nm++ process. As said above, it also comes with a GTX 1660 Super graphics card, which has a 6GB of independent video memory.
In addition, the new Blade 7000 computer host uses a 130W side-blown tower radiator. There are 2 USB front (side) interfaces and rear interfaces such as DVI \ HDMI \ DP.