Lenovo unveiled a range of three impressive workstations, including the flagship ThinkStation PX, developed in partnership with Aston Martin.
All three models feature a front-access storage mechanism, allowing for direct attachment of M.2 SSDs and other components to the 3D grille inspired by Aston Martin's iconic DBS Grand Tourer. Large ventilation openings and the patented Tri-Channel cooling system ensure efficient airflow.
The "ThinkStation PX" is the premier model, compatible with dual 4th generation Xeon scalable processors. It can accommodate up to 120 CPU cores, 2 TB of memory, 60 TB of storage, and four NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada generation graphics cards. The network comes with 10 gigabit LAN and gigabit LAN, and the power supply unit supports a redundant configuration of 1,850 W x 2. In team mode, it can deliver up to 2,350W (up to 2,100W in 100V areas). The chassis measures 220 x 575 x 434 mm (5U rack mount size), with a maximum weight of 35 kg.
The "ThinkStation P7" is a high-end model equipped with Intel Xeon W-3400. It can support up to 1 TB of memory, 52 TB of storage, and three NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada generation graphics cards. It features 10 Gigabit LAN and Gigabit LAN for networking, and a maximum power supply unit of 1,400W. The chassis measures 175 x 508 x 434.4 mm (4U rack mount size), with a maximum weight of 24.5 kg.
Lastly, the "ThinkStation P5" is a mainstream model powered by Intel Xeon W-2400. It can hold up to 512 GB of memory, 48 TB of storage, and two NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada generation graphics cards. The network includes a gigabit LAN, and the power supply unit has a maximum capacity of 1,000W. The main body measures 165 x 453 x 440 mm, with a maximum weight of 19 kg. Prices start at 4k and run up to $13k