Lenovo Unveils the ThinkStation P350 Workstation Desktop, which are aimed at entry-level users in a press release. These places require a high level of power but do not require large workstations; instead, these workstations focus on being more compact than other workstations.
Lenovo has unveiled the ThinkStation P350 workstation line, which now includes three distinct variants.
The Lenovo ThinkStation P350 Tower and SFF models comparison in technological specifications,
- Tower model supporting up to an Intel Xeon W-1390P or an Intel i9-11900K processor & SFF model supporting an Intel i9-11900.
- These processors can be combined with up to an NVIDIA RTX 5000 graphics card in the Tower form, and up to an NVIDIA T1000 graphics card in the SFF model.
- The NVIDIA RTX 5000 graphics card comes with 16 GB of video memory, while the NVIDIA T1000 graphics card comes with 4 GB of video memory.
- Both versions support up to 128 GB of DDR4 RAM at a maximum speed of 3,200 MHz through four UDIMM slots.
- One significant distinction between the two models is that the tower model utilizes a 500W or 750W power supply, whereas the SFF variant utilizes a 380W power supply.
- Storage in tower featured up to seven distinct drives and six in the SFF variant.
Technical Specification of The ThinkStation P350 Tiny
The third model in the ThinkStation P350 workstation line ThinkStation P350 Tiny.
- It supports up to an Intel Core i9 processor from the 11th generation. This processor features eight cores and a maximum boost rate of 5.2 GHz,
- It is extremely quick when combined with an NVIDIA P1000/T600 graphics card.
- The Tiny model has much less storage than the previous generations. The Tiny variant supports only two drives, both of which must be M.2 to conserve space inside the chassis.
Lenovo has announced that these three versions will begin shipping on July 23rd, starting at $899, $949, and $969 for the Tiny, SFF, and Tower models, respectively.