The Lenovo ThinkStation P620 Workstation has a game-changing power, with limitless possibilities.
- Choice of operating systems
- Combines legendary reliability & innovation with professional manageability and enterprise-class support
- Performance-tuned and ISV-certified for multithreaded application environments
- An air-cooled thermal system
- Built-in suite of security solutions
- Perfect for architects, engineers, scientists, geophysicists, and more
Power that can’t be beat
AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO gives the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 up to 64 cores and 128 threads—all from a single CPU. Simply put, other workstations would need at least two CPUs to accomplish what the P620 can do with one.
The Lenovo ThinkStation P620 workstation tower is equipped with abundant storage and memory capacity, numerous expansion slots, enterprise-class AMD Ryzen PRO manageability, and security features. With unprecedented visual computing powered by NVIDIA® professional graphics support, this eminently configurable workstation is equipped with up to two NVIDIA® RTX™ A6000 graphics cards with NVLink.
Cool & accessible
An air-cooled thermal system helps ensure the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 tower runs well in any location, allowing the CPUs and GPUs to stay cool while running at peak performance until the job is done. What’s more, tool-less accessibility to the chassis enables easy upgrades if needed.
Handles complex workloads with ease
With independent software vendor (ISV) certifications, the Lenovo ThinkStation P620 workstation works across the full range of industry verticals including architecture, engineering and construction, media and entertainment, healthcare and life science, oil and gas, energy, finance, and AI/VR. It’s perfect for multithreaded compute-intensive applications used by architects, engineers, scientists, geophysicists, and more.
Seamless security. Smarter security.
ThinkShield, our built-in suite of security solutions, keeps your Lenovo ThinkStation P620 tower and your critical data safe. The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) firmware uses encryption to significantly decrease the possibility of hacking. You can relax knowing that serial, parallel, USB, audio, and network ports can all be disabled. Plus, set up a BIOS password as well as a power-on password to ensure access remains restricted. For additional physical security, choose the optional Side-Cover Key Lock Kit to prevent access to the system.