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Jan 26, Legion Go Update News, Tekken 8 issues and latest drivers

It's Friday, so that means we have the latest Update from Lenovo on what is happening next for the Lenovo Legion Go. But we will also cover the things you may have missed and look at what's going on with Tekken 8.



Legion Space Update (v1.0.2.6)

Lenovo is still on track to release by the end of next week unless any significant issues/flaws are discovered during beta testing.


BIOS v29

The Updated BIOS has been officially released and can be downloaded here: Lenovo Support US

Key updates:

  • Added Auto VRAM (UMA Buffer) selection

  • Optimization of custom fan table interface for future use by Legion Space (nothing user-accessible at the moment; needs the 1.0.2.6 Space Update)

  • Added support for Charge Limiting (by Legion Space, later, not user accessible yet)

  • Various security improvements and bug fixes


Other Driver Updates

Installing the v29 BIOS update first is recommended for a smoother install experience for the below drivers updated on Jan 24, 2024.

Alternatively, you can wait until the release of the next Legion Space software, which should include the ability to update these for you rather than you doing it manually.


Beta Realtek SD reader Driver

There is a beta SD Card Driver that may help alleviate some of the stuttering issues people have reported, although Lenovo does not have hopes for this, you can try it out, more info can be found here: Legion Go RealTek Card Reader Beta Driver 10.0.22631.21370_20231124_WHQL


AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF)

The recent news about AMD's driver moving out of beta has caught the attention of many, particularly regarding its implementation on the Legion Go.

However, caution is advised before rushing into sideloading or manually installing these unsupported drivers, especially on the Legion Go, although the thought of early access to new features is tempting, it's essential to consider the potential drawbacks:

  1. Performance Issues

  2. Portrait Mode Complications

  3. Challenges in Uninstallation/Rollback

Given these factors, it's advisable to wait for an official implementation of the driver update.


You can see the official blog post regarding the updates here

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