Lenovo ThinkStation S30 Workstation PC - Intel Xeon E5-1620V2 3.70GHz, 8GB DDR3 Memory,...
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Meet the great machines that make your work simpler. The Lenovo ThinkStation S30 combines powerful graphics and the Xeon processor technology to drive productivity and redefine multi-tasking. Its groundbreaking design ramps up parallel workflows, enabling professional users to quickly bring their ideas to life. The single-processor Intel Xeon ThinkStation S30 is the ideal mid-range workstation solution for users across a variety of industries - from 2D digital content creators, to users of mid-range CAD and EDA applications, to finance and medical professionals. The S30 supports up to two NVIDIA graphic adapters and a robust 610 W (90% efficient) power supply. The Lenovo ThinkStation has an environmentally conscious, user-centric design - light on the environment but with tool-free maintenance. And Lenovo has close relationships with today's leading ISVs, ensuring optimum performance and stability in the demanding applications you use every day. Specifications General Type: Workstation Product Form Factor: Tower Built-in Devices: Speaker Embedded Security: Trusted Platform Module (TPM 1.2) Security Chip Color: Raven black Localization: English Processor / Chipset CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1620V2 / 3.7 GHz Max Turbo Speed: 3.9 GHz Number of Cores: Quad-Core CPU Qty: 1 Max CPU Qty: 1 CPU Upgradability: Upgradable Processor Main Features: Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2 CPU Socket: LGA2011 Socket Chipset Type: Intel C602 Cache Memory Installed Size: 10 MB Cache Per Processor: 10 MB RAM Installed Size: 8 GB / 64 GB (max) see more...
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Lenovo ThinkStation S30 Workstation PC - Intel Xeon E5-1620V2 3.70GHz, 8GB DDR3 Memory, 1TB + 8GB SSHD, DVDRW, 3GB NVIDI
Nice graphical features and Xeon processing technology! The ThinkStation S30 makes a good addition to any small to mid-sized office.
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