My Lenovo Legion y740s is equipped with a 15.6-inch 16:9 4K IPS screen, the ninth generation core i7-9750h processor, 16GB dual-channel ddr4-2666 memory, 1TB NVMe SSD, and the Intel uhd630 graphics card that comes with the processor. In addition, the wireless network card supports the latest wi-fi6 standard.
My Lenovo Legion Y740S has a 15.6-inch 16: 9 4K IPS screen, equipped with a ninth-generation Core i7-9750H processor, 16GB dual-channel DDR4-2666 memory, 1TB NVMe SSD, and the Intel UHD630 graphics card. In addition, the wireless network card supports the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard.
The cooling module is quite special. As a thin and light product, it uses up to 4 turbo fans, and due to the thickness limitation, it does not use traditional heat pipes for heat dissipation. A small thickness achieves higher space utilization and a larger cross-sectional area to obtain the best possible thermal conductivity.
The SSD uses a PM981a from Samsung with a capacity of 1TB, divided into two partitions, and a system disk of 200GB. This is also the model with the strongest SSD performance in notebook products. The Legion Y740S is equipped with two M.2 NVMe ports. In addition to easy expansion, it can also achieve higher performance through RAID.
A small detail worth noting is that Lenovo installed a thermal pad and copper sheet between the metal back cover and the SSD, which allows the heat generated by the SSD to be quickly discharged, avoiding the performance loss caused by overheating.
The battery capacity is 59Wh. Of course, the battery life of a notebook with a standard processor will not be too considerable. Using the original charger can fully charge 80% in one hour. Under Power long-life mode, local 1080P video playback time is about 4-5 hours at 50% brightness.