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Lenovo ThinkStation P410 Professional Workstation Review (Page 7)

By Steven Bassiri on Jan 17, 2017 11:40 am CST - 0 mins, 39 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 91%Manufacturer: Lenovo

Thermal Imaging

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The idle and load shots above are of the front of the unit. Heat never reaches the front, but temperatures even out along the chassis, so temperatures are more uniform when the workstation is under heavy load.

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The exhaust vents do warm up when under load, and the fans do a solid job of getting the heat out of the workstation. I won't lie; the unit gets very loud when things get intense.

Power Consumption

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I was surprised by idle power consumption, as it is lower than expected. The unit has a 450W PSU, so I am not surprised about the numbers. While the PC is very powerful, power consumption is reasonable and not through the roof.

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