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Photos of a Legion-destined GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card have seemingly leaked, revealing what appears to be a new, custom quad-slot design that will barely fit into some of the cases that Lenovo plans to slot them into. The GPU will apparently feature a single 12VHPWR connector, and while a good portion of the name badge has been blurred out, what’s left seems to line up with the new GeForce font that was exposed in previous leaks.

Twitter user @wxnod, who shared packaging shots for GIGABYTE’s GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING OC 24G yesterday, also shared images of what is alleged to be the GeForce RTX 4090 Legion’s heatsink. It appears to be a large piece, one that leverages at least 13 heatpipes tightly packed together.

Legion is the brand that Lenovo uses for its gaming-oriented desktops, laptops, and other hardware. It is designed to celebrate the “awe-inspiring things you make happen when gaming lead[s] directly to the incredible things you do in life,” serving as “the epic conduit bridging both worlds – the irrepressibly Stylish, and the indomitably Savage,” according to the company.

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3 comments

  1. I noticed that card has the new connector on it as well. Back on topic, I didn't know Lenovo was AIB myself. I knew they were more getting in the gaming laptop scene, but not desktops.

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