Mac Pro

Mac Pro line, a series of powerful and performant workstation and server computers designed and manufactured by Apple Inc. You’ll find everything about Mac Pro in this section.

Mac Pro

Being the series of the most powerful computers fabricated by Apple, Mac Pro is a workstation and server computers line for professionals who need the workstation-level power, speed and performance. In fact, Apple is known for its design features, and the Mac Pro line is no exception. The Mac Pro is also the most upgradable Mac, offering a high level of internal access. Its internal structure makes adding and replacing components easy.

Note than unless you have a specific requirement for high-end features, such as RAID to perform Mac OS X Server functions, video edition, 3-D graphic design, scientific research and so on, you shouldn't consider buying Mac Pro, and go to Apple's consumer models, instead.

The first generation of Mac Pro was announced on August 7, 2006 at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, and the second generation of Mac Pro, completely redesigned, was presented in 2013.

Note that the 2010 and later Mac Pro systems were available with one or two central processing units (CPU) with options giving four, six, eightor twelve cores. The eight core standard configuration Mac Pro uses two Quad core ×8 Intel E5620 Xeon CPUs at 2.4 GHz. It could be configured with two Hexa Core Intel Xeon X5670 CPUs at 2.93 GHz. Since the CPUs are socketed, the CPUs can be removed and replaced with compatible 64-bit Intel Xeon CPUs.

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Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 (Original)

The Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 was the first Intel-based tower mac to have been introduced. It served as a long awaited replacement for the PowerPC-based Power Mac G5 machines. This configuration is powered by two 2.66 GHz dual core Intel Xeon 5150 processors with 4 MB of shared level 2 cache per processor. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 3.0 (Original)

The Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core”, just as Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.0, is a built-to-order configuration of the Mac Pro ‘Quad Core” 2.66 – the first Intel-based tower Mac to have been introduced. The only difference between the two models is the processor. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.0 (2007)

The Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.0 serves as a custom configuration of the original Mac Pro, powered by two Quad Core Xeon X5365 processors. Other than the change in the processor option, this version of the Mac Pro remains unchanged. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8

The Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8 is a built-to-order configuration of the Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.66 – the first Intel-based tower Mac to have been introduced. The Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.8 is powered by one Intel Xeon processor. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8

The Apple Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8 is yet another version introduced to the Mac Pro line. Compared to the original Mac Pro, Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8 uses more efficient and fast processors, a more advanced vector engine, and a faster memory. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.2

The Apple Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.2 was originally introduced as a build-to-order configuration of the Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8, but was later sold as an independent configuration too. The only difference between the original Mac Pro “Eight Core” 2.8 and the Mac Pro “Eight Core” 3.2 is the processor speed. (more…)

Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 (2009/Nehalem)

The Apple Mac Pro “Quad Core” 2.66 (2009/Nehalem) is the new system in the Mac Pro series introduced in March 2009. The model is powered by one Xeon W3520 (Nehalem) processor. While remaining practically identical to the Early 2008 models, there are major technical differences introduced to the new version, including a faster architecture and a boosted y “Turbo Boost” processor speed. (more…)

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