Lenovo has introduced its all-new ThinkStation machines designed for performance-hungry professionals. The new ThinkStation P-series lineup consists of four machines based on up to two Intel Sapphire Rapids processors and up to four Nvidia RTX-series professional graphics cards. One of the interesting wrinkles in Lenovo's announcement is that the chassis of the new workstations were co-designed with Aston Martin, an automaker whose designers use ThinkStations to build cars. Lenovo's latest ThinkStation P-series family of workstations is composed of three base machines: the top-of-the-range ThinkStation PX based on two 4th Generation Xeon Scalable 'Sapphire Rapids' processors with up to 120 cores in total as well as up to four Nvidia RTX 6000 Ada Lovelace graphics cards with 48GB of GDDR6 memory onboard; the high-end ThinkStation P7...
G.Skill has announced its first RDIMM memory products to the market, their Zeta R5 memory series. Designed for use with Intel's new Sapphire Rapids workstation processors, the Zeta R5...7 by Gavin Bonshor on 3/2/2023
Intel Launches Xeon W-3400 and W-2400 Processors For Workstations: Up to 56 Cores and 112 PCIe 5.0 Lanes
For all of the singular focus that Intel has placed on its consumer Core desktop CPU parts in the last few years, you could be forgiven for thinking that...62 by Gavin Bonshor on 2/15/2023