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Lenovo @E3 - Submit your questions here!

Hey Legioners!

 

Our Lenovo Legion engineers will be answering any technical questions you have around our newly announced redesigned Legion gaming computers.

 

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If you have any question please submit it to this thread, I will be taking them and passing them to our engineers.

 

Thank you to all in advance for your questions and I wish you a Happy E3!

 

 




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Re: Lenovo @E3 - Submit your questions here!

Where is the Nvidia GTX 1060 GPU for the new laptops?

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Re: Lenovo @E3 - Submit your questions here!

What is the official recommendation for driver updates? Only from Lenovo or can we install manufacturer drivers as well (from nvidia or amd)?

 

Lenard | (I am a Lenovo INsider - a volunteer and not a Lenovo employee) | @lenardg
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Re: Lenovo @E3 - Submit your questions here!

See, there's a few issues with always doing driver updates.

 

In actuality, there's only three reasons to update your drivers:

 

1) Security Fixes

 

2) Optimizations / Bug Fixes

 

3) Performance Gains

 

In my experience, updating NVIDIA drivers specifically doesn't always equal a functionality or performance increase. My general rule is to follow the OEM drivers for 2-3 years, then start updating with the chip manufacturer's, unless there are critical flaws in the OEM driver.

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