Got a pair of Lenovo ThinkStations recently. One I’ll keep and the other is for sale. Quite robust, quiet workstations, even if they are a bit dated. Here’s the cooler one first, the ThinkStation S20

Intel Xeon W3680 3.33GHz Hex Core processor
12GB DDR3 ECC RAM (6x2GB)
NVIDIA Quadro 4000 2GB PCIe video card
625W 80+ power supply
5.25" DVD/RW SATA optical drive
3.5" multi card reader
128GB Toshiba 2.5" SSD
500GB Seagate ST3500418AS 7200RPM 3.5" hard drive
Windows XP Professional on HDD
Windows 7 64 bit Professional on SSD
eSATA
8xUSB 2.0 ports rear
2xUSB 2.0 ports front
2xUSB 3.0 ports rear
2xUSB 3.0 ports front via 5.25" USB 3.0 caddy with 3.5" caddy (SSD resides there)
Analog and digital audio jacks
Front panel audio
Serial port
Ethernet
S-Video out
DVI
2xDisplayPort
2x keys for side panel lock

Model + serial number

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Easy access slide panel with lock

The rear

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Inner glory

Closeup of heatsink & RAM

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Cards

Seagate HD

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BIOS screen

Windows boot loader

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Windows XP desktop

Programs + specs

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Windows 7 desktop

Specs

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Here’s the ThinkStation S10

Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz dual core processor
4GB DDR3 RAM (4x1GB)
NVIDIA Quadro NVS290 256MB PCIe video card
Lenovo 650W power supply
5.25" DVD/RW SATA optical drive
160GB Western Digital WD1600HLFS 10,000RPM SATA hard drive
Windows 7 64 bit Professional
PS/2 keyboard/mouse ports
8xUSB 2.0 ports rear
2xUSB 2.0 ports front
FireWire 1394 front port
Audio in/out jacks front/rear
Digital audio jack
Serial port
Dual ethernet jacks
DMS-59 to dual DVI adapter included
Latest BIOS
Minor scratches, scuffs
Clean inside and out

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Model + serial number

Easy access slide panel with lock

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The rear

Inner glory

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Video card + PCIe + PCI slots

BIOS screen

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Specs

Desktop

The S10 is for sale and the S20 I’ll keep as an XP gaming PC/backup machine/testing rig. Hex core master race!