The improvement that workstation users care most about is performance. This series of models supports Intel's eight-generation Core or Xeon processor with a 44% performance increase.
Intel has increased the number of physical cores for desktop processors from 4 to 6 cores, which is the main source of this performance boost.
According to Jennifer Huffstetler, vice president of product marketing at Intel Data Center, the new Intel Xeon processor delivers performance and power for entry-level workstations.
“Incorporating the Xeon processor into the ThinkStation P330 Series of professional workstation solutions, Lenovo continues to bring diverse performance and capabilities to creative professionals around the world.”
Of course, the performance improvement of the GPU is not to be underestimated. For example, the P330 Tiny has the highest optional Nvidia Quadro P1000, while the P330 Tower and SSF are the most optional Quadro P4000.
All three ThinkStation P330 products will be available in August this year.