Lenovo unveils the new ThinkStation PX, P7 and P5, the most advanced desktop workstations the company has ever built. From dual-socket processors to regular single-socket Xeon CPUs to smaller workstation solutions, in addition to Nvidia GPUs, a complete range is offered.
Server hardware in the flagship
The workstations are not necessarily small, even though the pictures sometimes suggest that they are. This is of course due to the hardware. The new PX series (pronounced “P10”) relies on a large dual-socket mainboard with space for two current processors from the Xeon SP family, codenamed Intel Sapphire Rapids, each with a maximum of 60 cores, flanked by 16 RAM slots according to the DDR5 standard for up to 2 TB RAM.