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Lenovo Thinkstation P330 Tower Factory Refurbished
- Intel 9th Generation Octa Core i7-9700 3.0GHz Processor
- 8GB DDR4 Ram
- 1TB Hard Drive
- Nvidia Quadro P400 2GB Video Card
- Raid 0, 1, 5, 10
- 4 x USB 3.1 Gen 1
- 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 2
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 2 x Display Port
- Gigabit Ethernet Port
- Windows 10 Professional
- 3 Year Warranty
ThinkStation P330 Tower
Workstation power. Desktop pricing.
- A powerful performing tower workstation
- Includes independent software vendor (ISV) certification from all major vendors
- Latest-generation Intel® processing power
- Optional Intel® Optane™ memory, and NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics available
- Supports up to 8 independent displays
- Entry-level powerhouse, but perfect for big jobs
IT can expect more
The ThinkStation P330 Tower workstation delivers performance and speed to power through tasks. The latest-gen Intel® Core™ vPro or Xeon® CPUs and optional Optane™ memory combines with direct M.2 storage support on the motherboard for blazing speed and responsiveness. Plus, this workstation is primed for security with data encryption through TPM and a door that can be physically locked with a padlock.
The cheetah of workstations
Designed for acceleration, the ThinkStation P330 Tower delivers mind-blowing speeds of up to 4.2 GHz, with the latest generation of Intel® Xeon® or Intel Core™ vPro processors boasting up to 8 cores per CPU. Combined with optional Intel Optane™ memory and ISV certifications, this workstation is speedy.
Supporting up to NVIDIA® Quadro® P5000 graphics and select RTX cards, the ThinkStation P330 Tower is certified VR-ready by NVIDIA. This entry-level system lets you create virtual reality content at a low cost. Additionally, this workstation includes ISV certification from all the major vendors including Autodesk®, Bentley®, Dassault®, PTC®, and Siemens®.
Performance efficiency made simple
With the Lenovo Performance Tuner, it’s a cinch to get the most out of your ThinkStation P330 Tower. Simply download the free software, and choose a focus area: Processor Affinity (which lets you designate an app to run on specific cores), Power Management, Resource Monitoring and Tuning, Graphics Management, and BIOS Management. There’s a tutorial to help get you started and the interface is highly intuitive.