Lenovo D30 Thinkstation Laptop Available On Rental & Sale

The dual-process or Lenovo D30 ThinkStation Laptop utilizes an Extended-ATX/EEB centered motherboard, 11 20 Watt (W) power unit (PSU), and a 4 9-liter ATX form factor tower. Lenovo D30 ThinkStation on Rental and Sale in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Kochi.

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Lenovo ThinkStation D30 is Lenovo’s most powerful workstation on the market and is configurable with up to two 8-core Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors as well as serious specifications to support performance-intensive applications ranging from 3D modeling to oil and gas extraction. The ThinkStation D30 is the largest client desktop in Lenovo’s workstation line. Those sizeable dimensions pay off by translating into more than enough space for upgraded RAM, additional internal storage (via SATA, SAS, or mSATA), and PCIe expansion cards for increased connectivity, storage, or video card performance.


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ThinkStation D30 offers internal bays for up to five 3.5″ or 2.5″ drives, which can be preconfigured by Lenovo with SAS or SATA HDDs and SSDs. SAS drive connectivity is available via a SAS hard disk drive enablement module or the LSI MegaRAID SAS adapter. SATA connectivity requires a SATA hard disk drive enablement module. There is also an mSATA port on the motherboard, further driving the performance capabilities of the D30. Users can utilize the internal storage bays for bulk storage, and in a very small footprint, have the OS on a 128GB mSATA SSD. In addition to these internal storage bays, the Lenovo d30 ThinkStation includes one card reader bay and three optical drive bays.


2x Intel Xeon E5-2687W
(8×3.1GHz, Turbo to 3.8GHz, 32nm, 20MB L3, 150W)


8x2GB ECC DDR3-1333 (four per CPU)


Seagate Savvio 15K.3 300GB 15000-RPM SAS 6Gbps HDD


NVIDIA Quadro 5000 2.5GB GDDR5
(352 CUDA Cores, 513MHz/1026MHz/3GHz core/shader/RAM, 320-bit memory bus)



Design and Features
The Lenovo d30 review is a full-size, traditional tower. It measures around 19 by 8.5 by 24 inches (HWD), so you’ll need either a wide (and sturdy) desk or lots of space on the floor for the system. Like other Lenovo ThinkStation designs, the front panel is perforated with a honeycomb-like pattern, the front top of the system has a convenient handle, but you’re going to use that handle mostly to position the system, as it weighs over 60 pounds fully loaded with components.

The lenovo thinkstation d30 specs front of the system has the tray-loading DVD burner, two USB 2.0 ports, a card reader, and audio ports for mic and headphones. On the back, there are a bunch of ports: Serial, eight USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, audio, two Ethernet ports (which can be connected to separate networks). The Nvidia Quadro 5000 card sports a DVI port, two DisplayPorts, a special connector for the Quadro 5000’s 3D Vision Pro transmitter, and a FireWire 400 port.

Inside the system are two free PCI slots (for older expansion cards your company just can’t stop using), a free PCIe x16 slot, and a free PCIe x4 slot. If you don’t need FireWire 400, you can free the PCIe x16 slot that card is plugged into. The system has seven free SATA connectors on the motherboard, and some of those can be used with SAS drives, like the 300GB 15,000 rpm drive used as the C: drive. The system can accommodate four more hard drives in swappable sleds that don’t need a screwdriver to use. Likewise, this capacious chassis has two optical drive bays free, and plenty of prewired power leads snaking through the internal space. There are also eight free memory slots for more ECC DDR3 memory. This is a lot more space than systems we’ve seen in the past, including the Apple Mac Pro series, the EC-winning Lenovo ThinkStation C20, and ThinkStation D20. Essentially, the lenovo d30 drivers has enough internal space to accommodate the hardware for virtually any project you need to do with a workstation, whether that is creating the next Oscar-winning animated masterpiece, making sure those 15,000 pictures get resized and autocorrected before the deadline in the next hour, or searching for gas or gold or both in the deep reaches of darkest Peru.

The lenovo d30 motherboard has very little pre-loaded software on it. When you’re computing billion dollar projects on a PC, you don’t want popups from trialware ruining your engineers’ concentration. As such, the pre-loaded software is limited to the operating system, ISV-certified drivers for the graphics card, and a few utilities like Lenovo Factory Recovery, Google Chrome, etc. The system comes with a three-year standard warranty, but you can extend that to five years upgraded with optional services like same day/next day turnarounds or on site repairs.


This is one of the highest performing systems we’ve had in the Labs. Each of the eight-core Intel Xeon E5-2687W processors has Hyper-Threading, so each CPU can handle 16 streams at the same time. Multiply that by two processors, and you’ll have a system that can handle 32 streams of data simultaneously. This is a far cry from the first multi-threaded processors in PCs a scant 10 years ago.

The system returned a mind-boggling 25.31 points on the CineBench test, which measures the system’s CPU-based 3D rendering prowess. To put that into perspective, high-end Core i7 processors in systems like the Velocity Micro ProMagix HD180 Max only manage 11.06 on the same test, and more pedestrian processors like the one in the Apple iMac 27-inch (Late 2012) top out at 7.36. Other benchmark tests are top-notch as well: The D30 has some of the fastest times we’ve seen on the Photoshop CS6 test, and the Handbrake video encode test isn’t too shabby either. While the 3DMark11 test is oriented more to consumer grade graphics cards, it’s nice to see high scores for the Lenovo d30 on that test as well.


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