Gizcoupon reported on April 30th that Lenovo‘s New ThinkStation P-series Workstations launched in March of this year. Equipped with the latest hardware from Intel and NVIDIA, these workstations were jointly designed by Lenovo and the super luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin.
Now, Lenovo’s New ThinkStation P-series Workstations have started to go on sale. It includes the P5 series, equipped with the Intel Xeon W-2400 series processor, and the P5 series, equipped with the Intel Xeon W-3400 series processor. And the PX series features the fourth-generation Intel Xeon scalable processor with dual CPUs.
According to official sources, in order to create these three new workstations, Lenovo collaborated with high-performance car manufacturer Aston Martin to jointly design a new ThinkStation chassis. The 3D air intake grille on the front of the workstation is inspired by Aston Martin’s iconic DBS luxury sports car, applying design concepts from the high-performance automotive field to the desktop workstation. The redesigned air duct cover, larger 3D hexagonal front panel, and Lenovo’s classic three-channel cooling system ensure smooth airflow for heat dissipation. In addition, the three new workstations have an innovative modular design, and the front-facing storage allows for easy upgrades and maintenance.
Gizcoupon summarized the specifications of the ThinkStation P-series Workstations:
The ThinkStation PX workstation uses the fourth-generation Intel Xeon scalable processor, providing up to 120 CPU cores. Compared to the previous generation, its average performance has increased by 53%. In addition, the ThinkStation PX also supports up to four dual-slot NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada architecture flagship professional graphics cards, allowing users to easily handle the most complex workflows in their work environment, including creative post-production and CAE simulations. The workstation can accommodate up to 4TB of DDR5 memory and provides ultra-high bandwidth through PCIe Gen 5 high-speed channels. Finally, the workstation also offers an efficient 1850W power supply and an optional redundant power supply.
The ThinkStation P7 workstation uses the Intel Xeon W-3400 processor, supporting up to 56 cores with a single CPU. It also supports up to three NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada architecture top-level professional graphics cards.
The ThinkStation P5 workstation uses the Intel Xeon W-2400 processor, supporting up to 24 cores with a single CPU. It also supports up to two NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada architecture top-level professional graphics cards.
In terms of price, the price of ThinkStation P5 is 509,300 Japanese yen (about 3,736 US dollars), the price of P7 is 777,700 Japanese yen (about 5,704 US dollars), and the price of PX is 1,688,500 Japanese yen (about 12,386 US dollars) in Japan.