Want Blazing Fast Workstations? Lenovo and Aston Martin Have Got Your Back!

Lenovo ThinkStation P7

There is always a high demand for high-end workstations. Not only do these offer exceptionally fast performance, but they also excel in heavy loads. But most of the current offerings do not have what it takes to blend in modern workplaces. Well, Lenovo decided to change that.

With Aston Martin, Lenovo came up with ThinkStation PX, P7, and P5, all of which have blazing-fast processors and come with eye-catching chassis. In fact, it would be safe to say that these workstations are the best-looking ones in the market. But the real question is, how good is their performance?

Lenovo x Aston Martin: Performance Meets Elegance

All the new Lenovo ThinkStation workstations come with the latest and greatest Intel Xeon Scalable processors. Codenamed Sapphire Rapids, the CPUs have what it takes to meet extreme workloads. And thanks to the involvement of Aston Martin, the workstations will not fail to evoke a sense of speed.

Lenovo ThinkStation PX P7 P5 Family

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Aston Martin stuck with the design language of the Lenovo Think lineup. All the workstations blend with the iconic red and black design. However, there is a touch of excellence in the design. The systems feature a redesigned tri-channel cooling system with a 3D grill with reasonably large vent openings.

In addition to that, the new Lenovo workstations feature a modular and toolless design that aims to make upgrades and repairs easier. Other than that, the workstations boast the class-leading Nvidia RTX 6000 GPUs. In fact, for the PX and the P7, you will be able to use up to four and three GPUs, respectively.

Lenovo ThinkStation P5

For the Lenovo ThinkStation P5, you get Nvidia RTX A6000. As the model is an entry-level option, you can not complain about the GPU you will be getting. But, hey, the workstation boasts a 24-core Intel Xeon W processor, which means you will still get blazing-fast performance.

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