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Learn more about the Lenovo X700 (57316914)

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Anonymous
  • 12/24/2015 12:23:52 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggswonderful and has worked well for 16 months

Pros: all the parts are great quality and it runs even badly coded games great with perfect smoothness.

Cons: it is incredibly heavy and huge and you need to be a lifting bro to even get it home with you.

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  • Kevin B.
  • 10/17/2014 2:12:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsworked great for 2 months

Pros: Its a fast computer was going to build one with the same specs till i seen this for 300$ less then what i was going to build...

Cons: lenovo 24/7 support was no help after the video card died.

I had to buy & replace the video card.

Other Thoughts: the 300$ i saved went to replacing the video card after it died 2 months after i got it

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  • John P.
  • 8/7/2014 11:38:43 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsReally good computer

Pros: I'll bullet point this for you guys:

•Processor runs quiet and cool
•1TB hard drive is more than enough and the 128GB SSD makes start up a flash
•Enough RAM for pretty much anything
•The video card isn't the greatest but it runs everything I have at max settings
•Liquid cooling is amazing
•The peripherals are study and high quality. Not cheap at all.
•Enough room to work inside the computer
•Start up was a breeze, barely had to configure anything
•Overclocking was easy and effective

Cons: •HUGE and HEAVY
•A lot of bloatware, but it's easily removed

Other Thoughts: All in all, Lenovo really hits their mark with their first gaming computer. The quality of what's inside the computer shows when running games and it has the ability to stream right out of the box. The peripherals are high quality. The keyboard has these rubber grippies that are fantastic. The mouse lights are fully customizable (but really it's pretty much just blue, red or green). The keyboard has three light modes: blue, red or purple. You have the ability to dim or turn off the lights on the peripherals.

The case is gigantic. I used to think I had a large case until I saw this one. It's also heavy, so if you want to take your rig to a LAN party it's kind of a pain in the rear. It is an awesome looking case though, so I can forgive that.

The hard drives are fast and 1TB is more than enough. I have 138 games and it should easily accommodate them. The SSD is fantastic. Start up time for me is <30 seconds.

The video card isn't the best one on the market, but it did run everything I had at max level (Payday 2, New Vegas, The Witcher 2, Mirror's Edge, Skyrim, Natural Selection 2, Kerbal Space Program) without a hiccup. The CPU stays cool and is extremely quiet. You can upgrade the video card for a little more that $200, but in all honesty this one is fine for the time being.

I got this computer during a promotional period for something like $755 so I couldn't pass it up. It was a steal at that price, but the original price tag of $1250 is fairly priced. If you go build the exact same computer with all generic parts it will run you more. A great buy if you don't have time/money/know-how to build one yourself.

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  • Ric W.
  • 7/11/2014 7:44:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLenova X700

Pros: I bought the Lenova X700 to play SWTOR. The game plays great on the highest settings and I do not get the slow downs when visiting the fleet and there are tons of other players running around. This X700 is so quiet when using that only the blue light from the case indicates that it is powered on.

Cons: no cons

Other Thoughts: The appearance of the case is different, but I like it. Also the overclock button.

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  • Brent P.
  • 7/7/2014 7:22:51 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOh my

Pros: Case -- the bigger the better! And this one is a beast. This is a big system at 24.01 inches (L) by 10.62 inches (W) by 20.86 inches (H), and weighs about 61 pounds. Beautiful design, easy to reach power buttons and overclock buttons. Pretty lights and silent; often times it doesn't even sound like its on. Plenty of space for upgrades and alternative equipment. Wires could have been tucked away more neatly, but hey, I didn't have to do it.

Comes with an X700’s 9-button mouse and weight kit, and the L251G, of which is both comfortable and extremely customizable; has three lit settings -- Blue, Red and Violet; a re-branded saitek eclipse II.

The CPU unit has a default multiplier x36. The one-click overclock setting, by default, raised that to x41 which yielded a 500MHz (or about 14%) bump for all CPU cores. For the more adventurous, this can be adjusted up to x43 giving owners a 700MHz (~17% increase). For the record, the system remained 100% stable at x43 (4100MHz). Not too shabby for a pre-build unit.

Overall a good hardware combination that will serve the mainstream user/gamer well. User upgrade to GTX 660 SLI would give plenty of performance headroom. Sleek case and bundled peripherals. Good value on basic models. Input/Output compatibility, Memory, Keyboard/peripherals, Storage.

Cons: Third Gen Video card - GTX 660 1.5GB OEM is a great card, and runs most games at Ultra or maxed but as far as performance for an additional $175 I installed an EVGA gtx 780 just blows the 660 out of the water and still saves you money from GeForce 8 series or the Titan. So exacting gamers will need to consider SLI/Crossfire… or a different system.

Third Gen Processor - Intel Core i7-3820 3.6GHz -- for the price of the computer, I have no major complaints; just nerdy wants and requirements based off a pre-built rig -- this processor just doesn't cut it. The liquid cooling keeps this processor in check from over heating, which sadly, is VERY common. Over clocking is limited, specs state 4.3 is the max (personal max was 4.8 before it burned -- I wouldn't recommend going over 3.8 as a safety precaution. A pro -- its cheap and was top of the line in 2011.

Windows 8 - just sucks. Let alone all of the Microsoft Subscriptions required to update to 8.1. BUT...there are easy hot fixes that can be downloaded and hotspots can be installed to boot to desktop instead of login. Below will be your best friend if you're attracted to windows 7.
-Skip Metro Suite
-Classic Shell

Replace its 625-watt PSU if you're planning to pack the interior with extra equipment.

The OneKey overclocking is sweet, but its severely crippled by a lack of adjustability. The multiplier can be set anywhere up to x43, but that’s it -- there are no options to manually configure voltages, bus speeds, memory timings or a way to bypass its artificial x43 barrier. Enthusiasts -- particularly the gaming kind -- good luck.

Overall - Missing a high-end GPU option to compete in the major leagues. Factory upgrades don't make sense for the price. Stop software bloat, please.

Other Thoughts: Plenty of back and forth on what Lenovo should have done with cost cuts and what they shouldn't have. Feel free to read other reviews on blog websites...but this is a good start for Lenovo. I think the next gen will have more upgrade options and a better supply for what logistics that gamers really want. Overall for what I paid for it, I saved a lot of money from building it myself -- I'll accept that as "this was a great purchase."

Here’s a run-down of the approximate retail costs for parts comparable to those found in our review unit:

Samsung 128GB SSD - 120
Seagate Barracuda HDD - 70
Geforce GTX 660 1.5GB OEM - 200
Intel Core i7-3820 3.6GHz - 300
3 x DDR3 1600MHz - 110
Intel X79 motherboard (LGA 2011) - 300
Case (similar in quality) - 120
Liquid cooler - 175
DVD-RW - 20
Card reader - 20
PSU 625W+ (80-Plus Gold certified) - 90
Gaming keyboard & mouse: 200
Windows 8 Pro OEM: 130
Among market value for the equipment and other required items ~ Rough Total: 1855

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  • Alex M.
  • 6/17/2014 3:20:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOh baby!!!

Pros: *Decent price for a factory built gaming computer.
*Extremely fast boot times (normally 6-8 seconds).
*Plays all my games including Planetside 2.
*Comes with a FREE tablet! I use this everyday!

*Shipping was very fast for how BIG this computer was. I had free shipping and it arrived within 4 or 5 business days. Again that was with free shipping.
*Packing for the tower was extremely well done. It was heavily protected.
*Mouse and keyboard wasn't some cheap generic junk. I'm actually impressed with the quality.

It's also very quiet!!!!! I can't even hear it running to be honest.

Newegg's deal with this item was by far the cheapest and BEST at the time of my purchase, including the gift, and shipping.

Cons: The tower is HUGE!!!! But it looks so sweet. :)

Other Thoughts: This is my first computer that I bought brand new and I'm extremely impressed with the quality of equipment, the way the manufacturer packaged the tower to make sure this computer would not get damaged during shipping. If it does arrived damaged, it must have been beat up very badly by the Carrier, or ripped open and exposed to the elements.

I have been impressed with the help from Newegg's phone support. I have worked with Lenovo computer's in the past and didn't figure I would have any issues. As soon as I received this via Fedex I knew I made the right choice at the end of the first night.

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  • Kathy R.
  • 5/3/2014 12:55:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsRuns anything maxed out!

Pros: I did not finish my last review, so I wanted to write a NEW one!
1st of all, you do not really save money by building a computer, this is a steal for this system! This computer will run everything u want! I have been building computers for over 12 years. So I know just about everything there is to know. And I never believed in buying a pre built system before. Although, I got a sweet deal on this Erazer X700, and I could not pass it up.

If you are reading this, Go and build this same PC with all of the exact same components in to neweggs shopping cart. The cheapest u can get it, but build it as close as you can get it! And see how much it comes out to! Don't forget the water cooler, wifi card, mouse and keyboard, and windows to.

Cons: This is a very fast computer! at 4.3 Ghz I get 9.2 in cinebench, Quad Core i7 3820 with 8 Logical cores!! This computer is so fast, its just ridiculous! I love it.
Also, it is a X79 chipset, and two PCI-E slots! I can throw in another GTX 660, or upgrade both cards, PLUS! Ive got quad channel memory, and I can upgrade to a 6 core 12 thread cpu in the future. This makes for a excellent work station that has room for growth, 10 second boot times from the Samsung SSD. And just straight up performance, at 1080P I run any and all games fully maxed. I love this box!

Other Thoughts: I have my i7 3820 overclocked to 4.3Ghz, and the GTX 660 screaming at 1200mhz core/ 7000mhz memory. Also, one thing to consider.. A regular retail GTX 660 only has 960 cores, and 80 pipe lines, . This OEM GTX 660 has 1,152 cuda Cores, and 96 pipe lines. So, once overclocked it is right on the GTX 760's tail, and a way past a retail GTX 660. All OEM GTX 660 cards have 1152 Cuda cores, and 96 Texture units. It is deffinetly a great performance boost! If your only playing at 1920/1080

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/2/2014 10:16:08 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome!

Pros: Watercooled, LGA 2011 system, Quad channel, unlocked bios, 40 pci-e lanes,sli or xfire board, gold rated psu.

Cons: Cannot control FSB in bios, only multiplier. Ive got mine at 4.3ghz.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat gaming PC!

Pros: Excellent components, lightning fast and at a reasonable price!

Cons: Mouse and keyboard are expensive paper weights. Fan is loud but tolerable.

Other Thoughts: I've owned this computer for about a month now. Super fast startup and application multi-tasking. I really enjoy all of the components and was super easy to setup. Great packaging and loaded up like a charm. Only other downside was no option to change Windows version but I suppose after some use one could get used to Windows 8. Nothing serious to report yet, will keep this updated!

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