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Lenovo ThinkStation P620 / Threadripper PRO 3975WX / 128GB 3200 ECC / Quadro RTX A5000 24GB / $11,499 Delivered @ Lenovo Edu

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Good deal for those than need a lot of horse power and if you are willing to drop 3k+ for a RTX 3090 you may as well go the full mile.

Buying separately: CPU $3950, RAM $2400 ($300 for 16GB RDIMM 3200), GPU: $3800, Motherboard: $1200+ which is over $11350.
This does not account for plat 1000W PSU, storage, case, OS.

Processor: AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO 3975WX (32C / 64T, 3.5 / 4.2GHz, 16MB L2 / 128MB L3)
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64
Memory: 8x 16GB RDIMM DDR4-3200 ECC
Hard Drive: 2TB HDD 7200rpm 3.5" SATA6Gb/s
Optical Drive: 9.0mm DVD±RW
Warranty: 3 Year Premier
Graphics: 1x NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ A5000 24GB
M.2 Storage Card: 512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 NVMe Opal
Keyboard: USB Traditional Keyboard, Black, English
Pointing Device: USB Calliope Mouse
Form Factor: 1000W Platinum Fixed
Network Card: 1x 10GbE RJ-45
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  • +7

    512gb ssd and 2tb HDD at this price range lol lol lol lol

    • +1

      And a DVD burner?!

    • Well it's still cracker value, as per OP's breakdown. I guess you have to make concessions somewhere.

  • +11

    Thanks grabbed 5

  • Wow

  • +17

    I'd say this is good for 7 chrome tabs

  • -1

    Not sure why anyone will get this spec, unless you're a content creator? 3090 is faster for ML tasks and usually you're GPU bound not CPU bound anyway

    • +8

      Not everything is about gaming and clowns dumping crap on Youtube. It's a high-end graphics workstation, with a $4000 GPU with productivity features the 3xxx cards don't support. Pretty specialized stuff but it'll be good value for someone.

      • -3

        Not everything is about gaming and clowns dumping crap on Youtube

        They're the only people I know who would casually spend $11.5k on a computer because they want the best (even if they don't particularly need it)

        • +5

          You need to know better people then

          • @dav3: Lmao comeback of the year award. Let's ignore the fact I was actually supporting your case and not attacking you..
            Who on Ozbargain honestly needs 128GB RAM??

            It's basically server level amounts of RAM in a desktop. You can render an 8K image in Photoshop while running several AAA games, watch multiple movies, have several coding programs running and 100 tabs open. Or you could just close some things…

            • +4

              @pennypincher98: "Who on Ozbargain honestly needs 128GB RAM??"

              shrug the same people who need 4x 4K screens running at 120hz, the ability to create virtual GPUs for processing multiple 3D renders from virtual machines, ………

              There's a world beyond games and reaction/unboxing videos

              • -1

                @dav3:

                There's a world beyond games and reaction/unboxing videos

                Lol unboxing videos basically only need a camera and an internet connection. Definitely not anything like this.

                Anyway my original point was funny how all these YouTubers were still uploading just fine before they got rich and famous and now they "need" the very best out there.

                • @pennypincher98: Which goes back to my original point and needing to know better people. Youtubers, much like their close relatives the Influencers, all need to be loaded into a giant cannon and shot into the sun for the good of humanity.

  • +2

    Wow, but can it it toast both sides of the bread evenly….

  • +3

    Will this run Microsoft Word?

    • Only the 2010 version.

  • How many bitscoin can i mine?

  • +10

    Don't forget cashrewards with max for a further $1839.84 saving!

    • You could get a separate gaming laptop with the cashback alone

  • +2

    Can my kids use this web browsing?

  • What is that NVME? It says it is just Opal compliant.
    Also, pointless purchase. 128 GB is not enough for someone who is after these computers. Not to mention the limited storage and that optical drive!

  • +2

    Command & Conquer would look so good on this

    • But it doesn't come with a screen.

  • get a nVidia M40 24GB GPU and thank me later

  • What rich students can buy this

  • What video card can a normal person get to edit vids? I'm not a gamer but make tutorial videos for a living and edit my partners travel vlogs. Should I just grab a 6600?. I currently have a 5600x running an old windforce 270 graphics cards. I use Corel, Vegas, aftereffects, camtasia, filmora, inkscaoe and Photoshop mainly.

    • Just editing? I'd say literally anything

    • For editing video's GPU is not important.
      (except if you insist on using GPU based video encoding which is not common.)
      Your focus for a good video editing PC should be high thread CPU & a fast SSD (+ enough RAM.)
      A quality colour accurate monitor would be handy too.

      5600x is a very decent video editing processor are you sure you need to upgrade ?
      Check whether RAM or SSD speed is your bottleneck before throwing money at a problem you don't fully understand.

  • Is it possible to check the pricing at LenovoEDU without signing up? Can someone with access check the pricing for the P11 tablet for me please?

    • It's $299