Lenovo has recently launched a series of new products that will be on display at the 2023 CES extension event. However, the Chinese tech giant has also released a new desktop PC that is currently on sale in China. The product is the 2023 Legion Blade 7000K desktop PC. This tower PC is expected to go on sale on December 29 and is currently only available in the Chinese market. It is not yet known if this PC will also be released in the global market.

According to Gizmochina, the 2023 Lenovo Legion Blade 7000K desktop PC features the latest Intel Core i7-13700KF processor paired with high-performance Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3070 graphics cards. The processor is combined with 16 GB of RAM, while storage is used SSDs capacity of 512GB. The Intel Core i7-13700KF processor, which was released in September 2022, is based on the Raptor Lake, Raptor Cove, and Gracemont architectures. This desktop processor is primarily intended for home systems and has 16 cores and 24 threads. The hardware is based on Intel 7 manufacturing technology, with a maximum turbo frequency of 5400 MHz and an unlocked multiplier. It supports DDR5-5600 and DDR4-3200 memory.

Based on the data, Lenovo shows the Intel Core i7-13700KF processor has a base power of 181 watts, but the data on Intel’s website shows the i7-13700KF has 125 watts and a max turbo power of 256 watts. On the Cinebench R23 platform, the processor is said to outperform the 241-watt Core i9-12900K used in the previous generation Lenovo Legion Blade 9000K tower PC.

In terms of pricing, the 2023 Legion Blade 7000K Desktop PC with Core i7-13700KF + RTX 3070 + 16GB + 512GB is priced at 10,999 yuan (approximately 24.5 million IDR), while the model with Core i7-13700KF + RTX 3060 Ti + 16GB + 512GB is priced at 9,999 yuan (approximately 22.3 million IDR). Lenovo previously released the 2023 Legion 7000K with a Core i5-13600KF and a choice of Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards.

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