Lenovo Legion Tower 5 review

Lenovo’s Legion gaming PCs are solid, if rather uninspiring systems with which to start your PC gaming experience. That probably sounds like I’m damning them with faint praise, but if you’re looking for your first gaming PC then buying a full system from a reputable company is likely what you want to be doing, and Lenovo rigs represent a reliable platform to build upon in the future. Though they do not, however, start out with the most exciting component list. 

As a leading supplier of systems across the globe, Lenovo uses a lot of parts that aren’t necessarily widely available if you’re building a PC from scratch yourself. It’s got deals with a host of suppliers, so you end up with pretty barebones memory modules from Chinese firm, Ramaxel, and Samsung’s non-consumer focused SSDs.