Lenovo’s upcoming Legion laptop this year will feature overclocked memory with DDR5-6000 support.
Intel’s website shows that the latest 13th-generation Core HX series processors support memory up to DDR5-5600. some models of Lenovo’s new generation of Legion laptops ship with DDR5-6000 overclocked models of memory, providing higher memory speeds.
The 13th generation Core HX series processors support memory XMP overclocking as well as the desktop side, and other branded models should be able to use overclocked memory if supported by the motherboard.
Not long ago, Kingston demonstrated the latest DDR5-5600 specification FURY Impact laptop memory, and it is expected to release DDR5-6000 or higher frequency laptop memory in the future to meet the upgrade needs of the new generation of gaming laptops.
Lenovo’s new savior laptop is expected to be available in March, starting at $1,699 (about 11,689 yuan) and $2,799 (about 19,257 yuan) overseas.