Items tagged with Mac Pro

History doesn't always repeat itself, particularly when you're trying to juggle supply chains across the globe year in and year out, but it seems that 2013 will mirror 2012 in terms of Apple event launches in the fall. Last year, we saw the new iPhone and iPad launched within weeks of one another. This year, it appears that the iPhone 5c and... Read more...
It's been a good few weeks for AMD. The semiconductor design firm's products are everywhere at E3, even if they aren't always front-and-center on display. AMD's Jaguar CPU core is baked into both the PS4 and Xbox One and its FirePro graphics cards are powering the Apple Mac Pro. Apple isn't giving specs on the cards... Read more...
Thinking about picking up a Mac Pro? If you can hold your horses for a bit, you may ride off into the Mac OS X sunset with better hardware than what's available now. That's because Apple is rumored to be replacing its Mac Pro machines sometime later this month, though it's unclear exactly what the Cupertino outfit has in store. The rumor originates... Read more...
Apple Mac Pro users will soon have a new professional level graphics to play with -- the NVIDIA Quadro K5000. The card is based on NVIDIA's Kepler architecture and is purportedly the meanest, baddest, fastest professional-class GPU ever released for the Mac platform, NVIDIA says. The Quadro K5000 is a beast. It has... Read more...
Wow, a new Mac computer without any fanfare from Apple? That's odd. But this whole situation is an unusual one. Let's start with the departed. Apple has offered a rack-mount Xserve Mac OS X server system for a handful of years now, but they have always felt like an oddball. Apple's not really in the enterprise business, and it was one of just... Read more...
The new 2010 iMac may be the most consumer-centric piece of Apple's July 2010 hardware refresh, but for power users it's the Mac Pro that'll get the attention. Apple's heavyweight has been refreshed this morning, but as with the iMac, no real major exterior changes are happening. Instead, it's all in the inside. Intel... Read more...
Apple users often have to wait longer than us PC folk for top-end upgrades or features to become available, but this time the Macolytes might steal a march on the rest of us. According to rumors on the other side of the pond, the next-generation of iMac and Macbook Pro systems will feature both USB 3.0 and the heretofore dark horse candidate—FireWire... Read more...
You know those huge, rugged cases that musicians generally carry their amplifiers and speakers around in? Yeah, those ones that are made to take years of abuse from touring and the like. Turns out there's a need for those kind of cases, but for desktop computers. Crazy as that may sound, CaseCruzer has just introduced... Read more...
EVGA has developed the EVGA GeForce GTX 285 Mac Edition graphics card. The card is designed to work with 2008 and 2009-era Mac Pro systems. It sports 1GB of DDR3 memory on board and offers two DVI ports, each capable of driving a 30-inch display at 2560 x 1600 resolution. As you would guess from its name, the card is based on Nvidia’s GeForce... Read more...
OWC OFFERS FIRST MEMORY UPGRADES UP TO 32GB FOR NEW APPLE MAC PRO "NEHALEM” MODELS OWC Offers Savings up to $1,620 vs. Factory Installed Internal Hard Drive Upgrades Savings up to $540 vs. Factory Installed OWC Continues First-to-Market Streak with Memory Upgrades for Most Powerful Mac Ever Other World Computing (OWC), a leading Mac and PC... Read more...
In addition to its new iMac and Mac Mini consumer desktop lines, Apple has also announced significant updates to its professional-level Mac Pro desktop as well. The new Mac Pro starts at $2,499; but Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing is quick point out that "the new Mac Pro is a significant upgrade... Read more...
There's nothing better than a good rumor, especially when it comes to new Apple gear.  It seems like the hype machines spool up a little earlier for the Apple crowd.  And why not, Apple certainly has been executing as of late.  Of course, we always love a good OS marketing war (it took you long enough, MS...) but that's a whole... Read more...
CORSAIR ANNOUNCES HIGH-DENSITYMEMORY LINE FOR MAC PRO DESKTOP SYSTEMSNew Fully Buffered 2GB & 4GB DIMM Kits Added to Corsair Mac Memory LineFremont, CA, April 17, 2008 – Corsair® www.corsair.com, a worldwide leader in high performance computer and flash memory products, announced today the launch of their new Corsair high-density... Read more...
While it isn't a surprise to see Apple releasing new models based on the latest and greatest Intel CPUs, today's updates to the Mac Pro are far more than a simple CPU bump.“Other improvements include 2GB (2x1GB) of RAM standard, PCIe 2.0 slots, built-in Bluetooth standard, and an ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT video card with 256MB of memory and two... Read more...
Apple's out with their new Mac Pro, and they've gone core crazy. Running two of Intel's  Quadcore Xeon processors at 3.2 GHz,  they're bound to appeal to the many Mac users that need lots of computing horsepower. “The new Mac Pro is the fastest Mac we’ve ever made,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide... Read more...
There had been rumors regarding the 8-Core Mac Pro for quite some time, but Apple wasn't until today that they made the news official. Apple has updated their product line-up with a new 8-Core Mac Pro that features a pair of Quad-Core Xeons, running at speeds up to 3.0GHz. "Eight cores or four - Opt for the 8-core Mac Pro and you get the... Read more...
Anandtech has just posted a follow-up article to their initial preview of Apple's new Mac Pro flagship desktop / workstation. Here, Anand focuses primarily upon the Mac Pro's upgrade path as well as overall performance when running Windows XP. Although there are relatively few GPU options at this time for the system, the Mac Pro still... Read more...
Their prices may be higher and market-share may be relatively low, but one this is for certain -- Apple knows how to design some slick looking hardware. The crew at Ars Technica was lucky enough to get their hands on one of the new Mac Pros.  Powerful system for sure, but Ars had a couple of issues with it...... Read more...
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