Lenovo Enters The MoTD “Mobile on Desktop” Market: Launches Legion PCs With Intel 14th Gen HX CPUs

Lenovo Enters The MoTD “Mobile on Desktop” Market: Launches Legion PCs With Intel 14th Gen HX CPUs

Lenovo has it. Officially MoTD entered the “mobile on desktop” market. With the introduction of its latest PCs powered by Intel's 14th Gen HX CPUs.

Lenovo is the first major PC OEM to launch MoTD “mobile on desktop” PCs powered by Intel's 14th Gen HX CPUs.

A few weeks ago, Lenovo's China desktop product manager, WolStame (Weibo)shared that the company plans to enter the MoTD “mobile on desktop” PC market. gave The MOTD market has seen good growth over the past few years. With the arrival of high-end HX CPU platforms from Intel and AMD. These chips, which are essentially desktop dies repurposed for the enthusiast laptop segment, are more conservative in terms of power limits.

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After this idea came up Recent stability issues affecting desktop Raptor Lake-S (13th Gen) and Raptor Lake-S Refresh (14th Gen) CPUs.. Because Intel and AMD HX CPUs almost always run at lower power limits, they have much more stability than the standard “S” SKUs we see on desktops. As such, these chips are now being used by PC vendors and featured in a range of high-end PC builds.

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In the official marketing, Lenovo shared an image of its Blade 7000K system that comes with a motherboard in an mATX chassis with the chip already installed. The CPU is an Intel 14th Gen HX SKU that comes in a BGA form factor and is equipped with a large heatsink with four heatpipes. The PC can be configured with a range of hardware choices such as up to 24 core CPUs, 192 GB of memory, air-liquid cooled solutions, storage capacity from 512 GB to 4 TB and your choice of graphics card (basic (as NVIDIA Options).

It has been mentioned that Lenovo MoTD “Blade 7000K” desktop PCs with Intel 14th Gen HX CPUs will feature much lower price points than 14th Gen “S” CPU options. These chips will be configured at TDPs of 190W (PL1) and 253W (PL2) which should be within the Intel “baseline profile” range.

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The only downside to the MoTD platform is that you are limited in terms of CPU upgrades as the chip is permanently soldered to the motherboard but getting a 13th Gen or 14th Gen HX will be fine for a few years as it Chips pack a lot. Core and good frequency for gaming needs. Based on previous prices we have covered., motherboards with CPUs cost much less than what retails for the standard “S” SKU. It has been mentioned that a PC launch is about to happen so expect more information soon.

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