Lenovo’s Newest ThinkStation Is A Diminutive Workhorse

Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Extremely is the fruit of Lenovo’s collaboration with NVIDIA. You’ll be able to customise the PC with one in all NVIDIA’s graphics playing cards, together with as much as an NVIDIA RTX A5000 cellular with 16GB of VRAM or an NVIDIA RTX A2000 with 12GB of VRAM. Nevertheless, to suit such a strong GPU inside a small chassis and never have it overheat, Lenovo and NVIDIA needed to get artistic in regards to the thermals and the match. Because of this, we anticipate the temperatures to be saved at bay on this workstation, and that is essential for such a small PC with so little pure airflow.

The P360 Extremely additionally comes decked out with a Twelfth-Gen Intel Core processor and might be configured to incorporate an as much as Core i9 with 16 cores and a clock pace of 5.2GHz. Putting in the CPU contained in the small chassis additionally required some creativity and collaboration between the 2 producers, leading to the usage of a dual-sided motherboard for elevated airflow. Upgrading to an Alder Lake (Twelfth-Gen Intel) processor additionally marks an necessary step by way of reminiscence — the P360 Extremely helps the most recent DDR5 RAM. Customers will be capable of rise up to 128GB of DDR5 reminiscence. Regardless of DDR5 RAM, the P360 Extremely nonetheless sticks to PCIe Gen 4, and affords two slots that quantity to an as much as 8TB of M.2 storage. There’s additionally a 2.5-inch SATA slot for a further 1TB of storage.

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