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RX 6000 Legion: AMD cards with the Lenovo look!

RX 6000 Legion: AMD cards with the Lenovo look!

On the Lenovo side, we can see RX 6000 Legion. Basically, Lenovo is developing a partnership with AMD to produce workstations based on red CPUs. For the graphic part, even topo, we would have cards stamped RADEON. In addition, Lenovo offers cards with its own design… Finally, “own design” is easy to say since the design of the Legion cards resembles that of the RADEON VII.

RX 6000 Legion, just like a RADEON VII!

Lenovo Legion RX 6000As you can see, the cards will have a very massive and square general appearance. Like the RADEON VII, there will be a small red square with the RADEON “R” in it. Of course, the font has been updated to match the new one used by AMD. We will also notice the “RADEON RX 6000 XT” marking on the edge. The whole being highlighted by RGB lighting!

Beside that, we won’t miss the three-fan heatsink used here. Same for the backplate with the “Legion” logo on the back of the motherboard. In any case, these cards will be anything but compact, since we can already guess that they will occupy three slots in a PC. So be careful where you put them. Finally, for the power supply part, the 6800 XT Legion has two 8-pin PCIe ports.

Lenovo RX 6000 Legion

Now, several questions remain, notably that of marketing. How will this series be distributed? OEM only? Pre-installed in branded PCs? Or on the retail market?

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