Lenovo today announced the latest addition to its family of entry-level desktop workstations at the NVIDIA GTC conference – the ThinkStation P360 Tower and Tiny. This duo of workstations represent the next step in the value-oriented offerings of Lenovo’s workstation portfolio and are ideal for engineers and designers that work with clock-speed-driven 3D applications as well as AI practitioners and data scientists working on smaller-sized projects and datasets.
Built with the latest high-performance 12th Gen Intel processors and support for up to NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics, the ThinkStation P360 Tower CPU is up to 58% faster1 than the previous generation and gives users the power of a workstation at the price of a desktop. The P360 Tower chassis also now comes with an industry leading 92% 750W power supply, as well as four PCIe Gen 4 slots for faster memory and access to storage technologies, along with robust I/O for peripheral support.
The ThinkStation P360 Tiny is the industry’s smallest desktop workstation at less than 1L in volume and offers uncompromising performance in a form factor that is 96% smaller than a traditional desktop for optimal mobility. Powered by the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors, the ThinkStation P360 Tiny brings the professional power of a workstation in an efficient and portable design. The P360 Tiny supports the NVIDIA T1000 professional GPU, boasting up to 47% more performance2 than the previous generation GPU. The new workstation now also supports RAID storage configurations to improve data security and the Intel WiFi 6e standard for improved connectivity.
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The P360 family continues Lenovo’s commitment to environmental sustainability, utilizing post-consumer recycled materials in the systems and their packaging, as well as important certifications like Energy Star and EPEAT Gold. The Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Tower and Tiny will be available in April, starting at $1,249.00 and $1,149.00, respectively. Visit www.lenovo.com/workstations/thinkstation-p-series for more information.
1 Using the SPECworkstation 3.1 benchmark tool to measure performance with the system configuration of ThinkStation P360 Tower with an i9-12900K, 2x 8GB DIMMs, NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU, and an NVME storage device, when tested against the ThinkStation P350 Tower with an i9-11900K, 2x 8GB DIMMs, NVIDIA RTX A5000 GPU and an NVMe storage device.
2 Based on NVIDIA P1000 and T1000 results in SPECviewperf 2020. Tests run on workstation with Intel Xeon Gold 6154, 3.0GHz (3.7 GHz Turbo), NVIDIA driver 461.92