The Ideacentre Y900 comes with the 1700 MHz GeForce GTX 1080 running on Nvidia’s new Pascal architecture.
Lenovo CEO Jen-Hsun Huang called the new graphics card “almost irresponsible amounts of performance”, although how one is meant to be responsible with GPU power, we aren’t sure.
The card is at the heart of the new Ideacentre Y900, which, along with its quad core 6th generation i7 chip, will be capable of supporting the graphically intensive VR and multi-monitor setups run by gamers who demand premium levels of performance.
Running Call of Duty Black Ops 3, the GTX 1080 benchmarked almost twice the performance of the 980, Nvidia’s previous flagship card. Despite its raw numbers, the card consumes a mere 180 watts of power.
The Ideacentre Y900 will be available in June.