Lenovo’s new Thinkstation PX workstation has up to 120 CPU cores but misses a crucial feature


Lenovo has released three new ThinkStation workstations, with the PX being the top-of-the-range model, one that can take two 4th generation Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs (formerly known as Sapphire Rapids). With a pair of $17,000 Intel Xeon Platinum 8490H processors, users can access 120 cores (240 threads) and 225MB cache. 

The other highlight of the new PX range is its ability to support four Nvidia RTX 6000 Ada Lovelace GPU cards with 48GB memory each, which makes it a great choice for traditional creative and data use cases (animation, data visualization, simulation, rendering, and video editing) but also for VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) applications. 

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