Apple Mac Pro 2013

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The Mac Pro 2013 is the first major upgrade for the Mac Pro line since 2010. The base model features a 3.7GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5-1620 v2 processor, 12GB of RAM, a 256GB PCI Express SSD and two AMD FirePro D300 graphics cards, each with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. Or you can order the following upgrades: Intel’s 3.5GHz six-core Xeon E5-1650 v2 chip, 16GB of RAM and two FirePro D500 GPUs with 3GB of GDDR5 RAM each.

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By uk.hardware.info on

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...

By Macworld UK on 80

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...

By Mac|Life on 80

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...

By Bare Feats on

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...

By Macworld Australia on 80

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...

By Mashable on

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.'

By Macworld on 80

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...

By mashable.com on

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....

By Macworld Australia on 80

It took some time, but Macworld Lab finally got a stock configuration . 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 $5299 price tag, it’s less than...

By Bare Feats on

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...

By Bare Feats on

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...

By KenRockwell on

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By Gear Live on

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....

By Bare Feats on

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...

By TrustedReviews on 100

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.

By Expert Reviews on 100

Incredible power, excellent value and a stunning case that's as quiet as it is beautiful - the ultimate...

By digitalspy.co.uk on 90

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...

By IT PRO on 100

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...

By Ars Technica on

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...

By PC Pro on 100

Compact and quiet, despite a huge helping of horsepower, the Mac Pro's revolutionary design is set to turn the workstation market on its...