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Apple Mac Pro Intel® Xeon® E5 Family E5-1650V2 64 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1.02 TB Flash AMD FirePro D700 Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks Desktop Workstation Black

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  • - Workstation Black 450 W
  • - Intel® Xeon® E5 Family E5-1650V2 3.5 GHz
  • - 64 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1866 MHz
  • - 1.02 TB Flash
  • - AMD FirePro D700 6 GB
  • - Ethernet LAN 10,100,1000 Mbit/s Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) Bluetooth 4.0
  • - Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Warranty: 1 year
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Mac Pro, 3.5GHz 6-core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB DDR3, Dual AMD FirePro D700, 1TB flash, 6x Thunderbolt 2, 4x USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4, 2x Gigabit LAN, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, macOS
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Apple Mac Pro , 3.5 GHz, Intel® Xeon® E5 Family, E5-1650V2, 64 GB, 1.02 TB, Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

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Apple Mac Pro . Processor frequency: 3.5 GHz, Processor family: Intel® Xeon® E5 Family, Processor model: E5-1650V2. Internal memory: 64 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM, Memory clock speed: 1866 MHz. Total storage capacity: 1.02 TB, Storage media: Flash. Discrete graphics card model: AMD FirePro D700. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Power supply: 450 W. Chassis type: Desktop. Product type: Workstation. Weight: 5 kg. Product colour: Black

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2019-12-08 12:59:32
Uk has collected 115 expert reviews for Apple Mac Pro Intel® Xeon® E5 Family E5-1650V2 64 GB DDR3-SDRAM 1.02 TB Flash AMD FirePro D700 Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks Desktop Workstation Black and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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uk.hardware.info
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
It does not happen very often that we come across a product that is so revolutionary that even we need time to get used to it. One of the manufacturers that often release products that are surprising is Apple, and with the new Mac Pro the company shows...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
The Mac Pro is a stunning device. A workstation Mac that is also compact and good-looking. The Mac Pro can take on the most compute-hungry tasks, such as video editing and 3D rendering, but it will look pretty good doing it too. And it's not going to take...
Good Impressive performance, Compact and attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool...
Bad Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs...
Bottom line The new Mac Pro redefines Apple's highest-end system. Lacking the internal expansion that once drew advanced hobbyists to the line, the new Mac Pro is truly a workstation-class computer designed to shave minutes and hours off projects that video, audio an...
80%
bit.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
When Apple puts its mind to a task, it's a safe bet that the end product will be something special – but the new Mac Pro is out of this world. After years of research and design work at Apple's labs, what has emerged is radically different from any de...
Bottom line The Mac Pro is hugely impressive hardware, of that there is no doubt. It isn't unique in offering this level of power, but to do so in such a compact and efficient package is a truly impressive feat of engineering. To our knowledge, there isn't any oth...
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crn.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
When Apple puts its mind to a task, it's a safe bet that the end product will be something special – but the new Mac Pro is out of this world.After years of research and design work at Apple's labs, what has emerged is radically different to any desktop P...
Bottom line For the Mac Pro to offer this level of power in such a compact and efficient package is a truly impressive feat of engineering. To our knowledge, it's an unparalleled triumph in this regard.For that reason, we can see an awful lot of individuals and busin...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
There hasn't been a properly new Mac Pro for a very long time. The original Mac OS X workstation for creative professionals — video editors, commercial photographers, 3D animators — was released in 2006, and the giant cheese grater suffered a ploddingly s...
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pcauthority.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
When Apple puts its mind to a task, it's a safe bet that the end product will be something special – but the new Mac Pro is out of this world. After years of research and design work at Apple's labs, what has emerged is radically different from any desk...
Bottom line One of the best workstations on the market...
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macworld.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Though we call them late 2013 Mac Pros, it took us until March of this year to receive our new entry-level . Apple released the redesigned Mac Pro near the end of last December, but high demand quickly pushed the systems’ estimated ship date to Februar...
Good Impressive multi-core performance; dual workstation-class GPUs; fast internal storage; plenty of external-expansion options; compact, attractive design; quiet and relatively cool; many internal components upgradeable...
Bad Single-core performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs; no internal expansion options, $3999...
Bottom line For pros that use apps that take advantage of multiple processing cores, the Mac Pro is a time-saver, but is probably overkill for everyday tasks. The $2999 Mac Pro is a real step up from its predecessor. By James Galbraith. Macworld...
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theglobeandmail.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
The first hint that maybe Apple's Mac Pro computer isn't for everyone is the machine's $3,099 base price. Even from a company with a reputation for premium hardware, that's a lot of cake. But if you work in video production, photography, tinker with anima...
Bottom line The Mac Pro is a compact, beautifully designed powerhouse that video, design and photographic professionals will love to include in their workflow – eventually. For most, the hardware is still so new and so advanced that they'll be disappointed to find th...
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theregister.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
But the dispatch of new orders quickly slipped to March, and Apple's UK and US websites are currently listing delivery dates some time in April. That raises the question of whether Apple's latest designer doo-dad is actually worth waiting for. The answer...
Bottom line The new Mac Pro is undeniably an impressive feat of industrial design and engineering. And, compared to previous generations of Mac Pro systems, it also provides unprecedented performance for tasks such as 4K video-editing and 3D graphics. If you'r...
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expertreviews.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
If the desktop market is doomed, nobody seems to have told Apple. With its long-awaited update to the Mac Pro, Apple has crafted a desktop computer that's both staggeringly beautiful and desirable. In fact, it's the only desktop computer we've ever seen t...
Bottom line Incredible power, excellent value and a stunning case that's as quiet as it is beautiful - the ultimate workstation...
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trustedreviews.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
What is the Apple Mac Pro? The Mac Pro is that computer you would dearly love to own, but probably never will. Not only is it expensive, with the base-spec leaving you no change from £2,500, it's not really a consumer PC. You could use it as such, but the...
Good Outstanding performance, Incredible design, Very cool, quiet and stable, Good connectivity options, Real time 4K video editing in Final Cut Pro...
Bad No HiDPI mode for 4K monitors yet, Software support still to catch-up, Future upgradability still unknown...
Bottom line Apple has redefined what a workstation can be with the Mac Pro. It's not for everyone, but it delivers handsomely on what it sets out to do and sets a new standard for what's possible in a desktop computer.Next, find out what we thought of the 27-inch iMa...
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digitalspy.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Every so often Apple 's design department puts together a piece of kit so incredible to look at, that it becomes an instant classic. The latest addition to this design hall of fame is, without a doubt, the new Mac Pro. Sat alongside other iconic devices l...
Bottom line The new Mac Pro acts as a bit of a reminder as to what Apple is truly capable of. By going back to the design drawing board, it has created something so drastically different from the norm, that we can't help but be impressed.Every nook and cranny of the...
90%
itpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple has hit back at critics who accused the firm of abandoning the enterprise with its latest Mac Pro. The late-2013 model crams unprecedented levels of power into a gorgeous and portable 5kg frame. The 10in tall chassis is powered by an Intel Xeon pro...
Good Xeon power & AMD dualgraphics; Designed for use with 4K; Beautifully crafted inside & out; Quiet; Portable; Upgradeable...
Bad Expensive; Cables can get cluttered; No accessories included...
Bottom line If the Mac Pro was a sentient being, it would live by the mantra: Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat. It's not for everyone, but if you're in the business of creating high-def multimedia or analysing large volumes of data you'll struggle to find a better design...
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alphr.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
When Apple puts its mind to a task, it's a safe bet that the end product will be something pretty impressive; but the new Mac Pro is beyond even that. After two years of research and design work at Apple's labs, what has emerged is radically different to...
Bottom line Compact and quiet, despite a huge helping of horsepower, the Mac Pro's revolutionary design is set to turn the workstation market on its head...
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businesscomputingworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple is well-known for the secrecy that surrounds its product launches, so it was something of a surprise when it gave the world a sneak preview of its striking new Mac Pro model last summer – a full six months ahead of its (slightly delayed) launch this...
90%
techradar.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
It's finally here. We've been waiting for Apple's new high-end Mac since the summer of 2012, when a user emailed Tim Cook about the apparent neglect of the Mac Pro range and was promised "something really great for later next year".A year and a half on it...
Good Stellar design, Lots of expansion ports, Twin GPUs, Incredible performance, Removable SSD...
Bad Few internal expansion possibilities, No bundled keyboard or mouse, No two, processor option, No optical drive...
Bottom line Not everyone needs the power and performance offered by the new Mac Pro, and not everyone can afford it − but wouldn't you just love one? It's a masterpiece of engineering. Fresh ideas such as the unified thermal core and backlit expansion ports, and hig...
90%
T3.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
After months of seductive pre-hype, Apple's new top-of-the-line desktop computer was unleashed on the unsuspecting Christmas-rush public. Looking like Darth Vader's new plaything, the Apple Mac Pro's sudden pre-order announcement gave those searching for...
Good Stunning, iconic looks, Immensely fast and powerful, Very quiet...
Bad Brutally expensive, No physical media drives, Needs more optimised software...
80%
techradar.com/au/
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
It's finally here. We've been waiting for Apple's new high-end Mac since the summer of 2012, when a user emailed Tim Cook about the apparent neglect of the Mac Pro range and was promised "something really great for later next year".A year and a half on it...
Good Stellar design, Lots of expansion ports, Twin GPUs, Incredible performance, Removable SSD...
Bad Few internal expansion possibilities, No bundled keyboard or mouse, No twoprocessor option, No optical drive...
Bottom line According to Apple, the new Mac Pro redefines what is meant by expandability. This is achieved by using three Thunderbolt controllers, six Thunderbolt 2 ports and four USB 3.0 ports. The new Mac Pro is expanded by adding external peripherals rather than i...
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digitalartsonline.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Updated 7/2/14: we've added info on 4K monitors, 10-bit output and upgradeability after being briefed by Apple – plus disk benchmarks and graphs. Like many of Apple’s products, the new Mac Pro 2013 is an incredible feat of product design and engineering...
Good Powerful. Beautifully designed and engineered. Packed with cuttingedge technology...
Bad Not for most photographers/graphic designers. Most editing and VFX tools will need major optimisation for the Mac Pro...
90%
itproportal.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
There's no getting around it, the new Apple Mac Pro is simply stunning. Aside from the occasional joke about the resemblance to more mundane objects – trash cans, coffee makers, wine chillers – the Mac Pro has been grabbing attention because of its comple...
Good Superb new design and look, Powerful Intel Xeon E5 processor, Dual AMD FirePro graphics, Wealth of external expansion options, Lots of ports...
Bad Short warranty...
Bottom line Beneath the blank, inscrutable surface of the new Apple Mac Pro, there's a lot going on, from the potent processor and graphics hardware, to the completely new approach to hardware expansion. The Mac Pro isn't quite perfect, however, as it's rather price...
90%
smh.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
For the moment, I am living the life of a tech 1-percenter. Atop my desk sits a shiny (and I do mean shiny) new Mac Pro. It's Apple's top-of-the-line new desktop co...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Mac ProIts affect is deeply futuristic: It looks like a device that might project a hologram, or generate its own singularity. Its blender-like size makes it suitable for sitting atop a desk, particularly a Lucite desk in an ultra-modern sparse loft, or o...
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itreviews.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
There’s no ignoring it, the new Apple Mac Pro (2013) is stunning. Aside from the occasional joke about the resemblance to more mundane objects—garbage cans, coffee makers, wine chillers—the Mac Pro (2013) has been grabbing attention because of it’s comple...
Bottom line The Apple Mac Pro (2013) is a powerhouse in a surprisingly small package, leveraging innovative design and extreme connectivity to completely re-imagine the professional desktop workstation...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
If you are in the market for a new laptop you might be wondering whether to opt for the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. Now that the entry-level MacBook Pro costs only £150 more than the MacBook Air the decision isn't as obvious as you might think. MacBoo...
Good MacBook Air is the lightest and thinnest; MacBook Pro with Retina has the best spec for your money...
Bad The entry-level price of the MacBook Air no longer looks so attractive when compared to the entry-level Retina model; Retina MacBook Pro is heavier than the Air...
Bottom line We know that a lot of people are attached to the CD and DVD but we think that sacrificing the optical drive for a slimmer, lighter laptop is a good move on Apple's part. The big difference is the inclusion of Thunderbolt 2 on the Retina MacBook Pro...
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itwire.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
No its not a waste paper bin - its Apple's spectacular looking Mac Pro and it does not use a new Intel Haswell processor!Apple have provided a web site that answers a few more questions. We suggest you have a browse. There are a series of 'dots' on the ri...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
What's The Best Quad-Core Mac?MacBook Pro? iMac 5K? or Mac Pro?Posted Friday, September 4th, 2015 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistThere are various quad-core Macs. Which is the best? The iMac 5K? MacBook Pro? Mac Pro 'tube'? And how about a 2010 quad-core...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
5K 60Hz SHOOTOUT: iMac 5K vsMac Pro 'tube' and 'tower'Posted May 1st, 2015, by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistMay 4th, 2015, added GTX 970 to the mixOS X 10.10.3 has added 60Hz support for the Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor at 5120x2880 when dual mD...
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photographybay.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple took what felt like forever to make a meaningful update to the last generation of the Mac Pro. The big, aluminum tower had been the symbol of the professional Mac user since 2003 when Apple released it with the Power Mac G5. When Apple switched to I...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
SHOOTOUT: iMac Retina 5Kversus other Quad-Core MacsPosted Wednesday, October 22 2014 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistOctober 24th, added Single-Core Cinebench resultsThe iMac with Retina 5K Display arrived yesterday so we rushed to get you some speed test...
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maclife.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
While the old Mac Pro limped along, receiving half-hearted updates (and wasn't even available for sale in some countries), Tim Cook promised that Apple was “working on something really great” for pros. We expected to see something new and unusual, but the...
Good Astonishing power. Brilliant design. Generous ports selection.
Bad Needs better app support...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
The debate continues as to if the 8-core 2013 Mac Pro is the performance "sweet spot" for Professional users. And even if the 12-core is a little faster, is it worth $1500 more? The inspiration for this particular test session was a conversation with...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Though we call them late 2013 Mac Pros, it took us until March of this year to receive our new entry-level Mac Pro. Apple released the redesigned Mac Pro near the end of last December, but high demand quickly pushed the systems’ estimated ship date to February 2014 and beyond...
Good Impressive multicore performance, Dual workstationclass GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of externalexpansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable...
Bad Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options...
Bottom line For pros that use apps that take advantage of multiple processing cores, the Mac Pro is a time-saver, but is probably overkill for everyday tasks. The $2999 Mac Pro is a real step up from its predecessor. Next page: Individual applications test results...
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mashable.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple has combined raw power with ingenious design into something that will make even non-professionals drool.After languishing with only minor updates for several years, Apple finally released a major update to its Mac Pro desktop in late December 2013...
Good can covet. As Ferris Bueller said, 'If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.'...
Bad Kludgey 4K monitor support, External expansion may clutter your desk, You probably don't need all this power, even if you want it...
Bottom line The new Mac Pro is the ultimate professional machine that even non-Pros can covet. As Ferris Bueller said, 'If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.'...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Now that we have the 8-core 2013 Mac Pro with dual FirePro D700 GPUs in the lab, we can revisit the game shootout. In this round, the competitor is the 2010 Mac Pro 6-core tower sporting various high-end GPUs. (The 2009 Mac Pro 8-core was slower, so w...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
It took some time, but Macworld Lab finally got a stock configuration Mac Pro. This new Mac Pro has a single 6-core Xeon processor running at 3.5GHz, with 256GB of flash memory, 16GB of RAM, and dual AMD D500 graphics. With a $3999 price tag, it’s $1000 less than our previously tested custom Mac Pro, and this stock model held up well in our benchmarks...
Good Impressive multicore performance, Dual workstationclass GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of externalexpansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable...
Bad Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options, Higherend configurations quickly get expensive...
Bottom line The new Mac Pro redefines Apple's highest-end system. Lacking the internal expansion that once drew advanced hobbyists to the line, the new Mac Pro is truly a workstation-class computer designed to shave minutes and hours off projects that video, audio a...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Our custom order 2013 Mac Pro 8-core finally arrived. Since we had a 2009 Mac Pro 8-core tower in the lab, we decided to to pit it against the new Mac Pro. CPU GRAPH LEGEND8c 3.0GHz nMP = 'late 2013' Mac Pro Xeon E5-1680 v2 @3.0GHz 8-Cores with 32G o...
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Kenrockwell.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple Mac Pro (late 2013)Silence at last! © 2014 KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved. Apple Mac Pro (late 2013, about 10"/250mm tall by 6.5"/165mm diameter). You can or . This free website's biggest source of is when you use those or any of when...
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gearlive.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Power. The Apple Mac Pro (late 2013) is the newest Mac on the block, and it's also the most powerful computer ever made by Apple. It deserves to be, too, as the Mac Pro lost that title as Apple let that product line slip into virtual irrelevancy. Aft...
Bottom line We've been waiting almost five years for Apple to do something radical with the Mac Pro. In the interim, we did away with the big, bulky machines, in favor of the high-end config iMac and a MacBook Pro with Retina display. We just weren't willing to sit i...
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barefeats.com
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The 2013 Mac Pro with its dual FirePro GPUs is an ideal candidate as a DaVinci Resolve platform. So we tested its ability to playback (and render on-the-fly) blur nodes and noise reduction nodes. Then we compared that performance to the 2010 Mac Pro m...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Thanks to the Other World Computing's test lab, we have some benchmark results for the 'late 2013' Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12-Core. And thanks to a 'Remote Mad Scientist' and long time, trusted friend, we have results for the same tests from a 'mid 2010' Mac P...
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arstechnica.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
To call Apple's Mac Pro "anticipated" definitely qualifies as an understatement. It's been over three years since we reviewed the last Mac Pro. For an idea of how much has changed since then:I might be a little fuzzy on the last one, but the others are de...
Good pricing for workstation-class GPU options, Affordable relative to similar configs offered by competing workstation vendors, CrossFire enabled in Boot Camp so you can get very good gaming speeds...
Bad Some low OpenGL results for the FirePro D700 in OS X need to be addressed, Reliance on external devices for PCIe expansion increases cost and has some short-term compatibility implications for some, Lack of Nvidia GPU option and CUDA problematic due to Ap...
Bottom line It's obvious with the Mac Pro that Apple has set out to completely change the way that we think of workstations. So many mainstream publications got review units, and that's a clear effort to get people talking about it. I've never seen a workstation gene...
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macnn.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Last June, Apple unveiled the new Mac Pro in what turned out to be a an excruciatingly long six-month wait for the shipping product. Now that we finally have our hands on one, the high-end standard configuration with a 6-core Intel Xeon and dual AMD FireP...
Good Superbly engineered, Beautiful, yet practical design, Incredible system bandwidth, Outstanding connectivity, Classleading value for money...
Bad iMac outpaces Mac Pro in some areas on paper, Performance dependent on app optimization, Few Thunderbolt 2 peripherals at this time...
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videomaker.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
In June 2012, a Mac user decided to write a letter to Apple's CEO Tim Cook asking about the state of the Apple Mac Pro, which had seen minor and infrequent updates since 2010. Cook responded by saying that "we're working on something really great for late...
Good Revolutionary design, Extremely quick and responsive, Whisper quiet, Easytoaccess internals...
Bad Expensive upgrades, No keyboard/mouse included...
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engadget.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
It would be an understatement to say that Apple's Mac Pro workstation was getting a little long in the tooth. As of summer 2012, it was missing Apple's own Thunderbolt ports, not to mention 802.11n WiFi. Finally, though, Apple released an updated version...
Good Compact, space-saving design, Stronggraphics performance, fast disk speeds, Runs quietly, Supports up to three 4K displays...
Bad Runs a little warm, and can take a while to cool down, Many apps still need to be optimized to take advantage of two GPUs...
Bottom line More InfoApple Mac Pro eyes-onApple Mac Pro hands-onApple's new Mac Pro now on saleI debated even putting the word "expensive" in the cons list of that review card you see down there. It's hard to say if the Mac Pro is pricey, per se, given that there's n...
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appleinsider.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
After years of waiting, pro users finally get a completely revamped Mac designed specifically to suit their needs, complete with bespoke chassis, high-powered internals and a price tag to match...
Good umer/home studio, Generous number of Thunderbolt 2 and USB 3.0 ports, Forwardlooking component package...
Bad Price tag not for faint of heart...
Bottom line It's hard not to recommend the Mac Pro after using it. The price may be hard to swallow for the average consumer, but is fair considering the horsepower under the hood. With substantial performance gains over the last generation, a killer design and forw...
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wired.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
The “pro” in Mac Pro is there for a reason. With price tags that start at $3,000 and specs that make your average desktop look like an abacus, these have always been machines designed for those who need ridiculous amounts of processing power on a daily b...
Good Excellent performance. Virtually silent, even under heavy loads. Ample ports for expansion and connecting accessories, including four USB 3.0, six Thunderbolt 2, an HDMI, and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Can support up to three 4K displays or six Thunderbo...
Bad Whopping ,000 base price — and that doesn't include the 4K or HD display(s) you're going to want to pair with it. Mouse and keyboard sold separately. No optical drive, no extra space for graphics cards or bays for hard drives — but that's the Apple way...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Thanks to the Other World Computing's test lab, we have some preliminary benchmarks on the entry level 'late 2013' Mac Pro 3.5GHz Hex-Core. We decided to see how it compared to the 'mid 2010' Mac Pro 3.33GHz Hex-Core. CPU GRAPH LEGEND2013 MP 6c 3.5GHz...
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anandtech.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
The year was 2004. I was enrolled in ECE 466 at NCSU, a compiler optimization/scheduling class. I remember walking into the lecture hall and seeing far too many PowerBooks and white iBooks. This was the computer engineering department right? It wasn't muc...
Bottom line I honestly never thought I'd go back to a Mac Pro. I appreciated the flexibility offered by my 15-inch MacBook Pro as a desktop, and there's no way I was going to take two steps back in single threaded performance just to get a quieter system. Over the pa...
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slashgear.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Apple is finally taking the Mac Pro seriously again. Years of seeing the iMac, MacBook, iPhone, and iPad get the bulk of Apple's design and engineering attention had left many professionals worried that the Mac Pro was to be put out to pasture; now we kno...
Bottom line Let's get the easiest conclusion out of the way first: if you're a Final Cut Pro user, and you can afford it, the new Mac Pro is the best workstation on which to use it. Apple's combination of software and hardware - when paired with the right 4K displa...
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techreviewsource.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
There's no ignoring it, the new Apple Mac Pro (2013) is stunning. Aside from the occasional joke about the resemblance to more mundane objects—garbage cans, coffee makers, wine chillers—the Mac Pro (2013) has been grabbing attention because of it's comple...
Good Dramatic departure from boring, boxy designs. Powerful performance thanks to Intel Xeon E5 processor and dual AMD FirePro graphics. Supports multiple simultaneous 4K video streams, and a wealth of external expansion options. Lots of ports, with 6 Thunderb...
Bad Expensive, even for an Apple product. No internal access to processor or graphics cards. Warranty is relatively short...
Bottom line The Apple Mac Pro (2013) is a powerhouse in a surprisingly small package, leveraging innovative design and extreme connectivity to completely re-imagine the professional desktop workstation...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Back in June, when Apple gave us a preview of the new Mac Pro, the company said it would ship “later this year.” Here we are, just a few days shy of 2014, and the new Mac Pro has arrived. Apple calls it the Mac Pro (Late 2013); a snarky reviewer might cal...
Good Impressive multicore performance, Dual workstationclass GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of externalexpansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable...
Bad Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options, Higherend configurations quickly get expensive...
80%
networkworld.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
Back in June, when Apple gave us a preview of the new Mac Pro, the company said it would ship "later this year." Here we are, just a few days shy of 2014, and the new Mac Pro has arrived. Apple calls it the Mac Pro (Late 2013); a snarky reviewer might cal...
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pcmag.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
There's no ignoring it, the new Apple Mac Pro (2013)$2,919.00 at Amazon is stunning. Aside from the occasional joke about the resemblance to more mundane objects—garbage cans, coffee makers, wine chillers—the Mac Pro (2013) has been grabbing attention bec...
Good Dramatic departure from boring, boxy designs. Powerful performance thanks to Intel Xeon E5 processor and dual AMD FirePro graphics. Supports multiple simultaneous 4K video streams, and a wealth of external expansion options. Lots of ports, with 6 Thunderb...
Bad Expensive, even for an Apple product. No internal access to processor or graphics cards. Warranty is relatively short...
Bottom line The Apple Mac Pro (2013) is a powerhouse in a surprisingly small package, leveraging innovative design and extreme connectivity to completely re-imagine the professional desktop workstation...
90%
theverge.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
After years of seemingly neglecting Apple's most hardcore, highest-paying users, a 2012 email from Tim Cook finally gave people hope. Hope for the first truly rethought version of the Mac Pro since it was introduced in 2006. Hope that even as it had overh...
Good Can be incredibly fast, Small, sleek design, Virtually silent, Excellent graphics performance...
Bad Needs software tuning to get performance right, Very expensive...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 12:59:31
What better place than a room full of developers—people accustomed to harnessing as much computing power as they can get their hands on—to unveil a brand new Mac Pro? And so that's just what Apple did on Monday, devoting a large portion of the 2013 WWDC k...
Good Impressive multi-core performance, Dual workstation-class GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of external-expansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable...
Bad Single-core performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options, Higher-end configurations quickly get expensive...
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