Apple MacPro 2013 (6 core, 3.5Ghz)
- 3.5 Ghz, 6 Core
- Intel Xeon E5 with 12mb L3 Cache
- Turbo Boost upto 3.9 Ghz
- 16GB DDR3 ECC Memory
- 256 GB PCLe Based Flash Storage
- Duel AMD Firepro D500 Graphics processor with 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM Each (1526 Stream Processors, 384-bit-wide Memory Bus, 240GB/s memory bandwidth, 2.2 Teraflops Performance)
- Connect Upto 3 Dual Cable 5k Displays
- Six Thunderbolt Displays
- Connections- 4 USB 3 ports, 6 Thunderbolt 2 ports, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 1.4 UltraHD
- Wireless- Wifi 802.11ac, bluetooth 4.0
- MacOS Sierra
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Not everyone needs the workstation-level power and performance offered by the new Mac Pro, but wouldn't you just love one? It's a masterpiece of engineering and suitably expensive. Fresh ideas such as the unified thermal core and backlit expansion ports together with high-performance components combine to make the Mac Pro the ultimate high-end workhorse.
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".
At the heart of the new Mac Pro is the thermal core, a unified heat sink around which the processor board and two graphics processor boards are attached. Where the previous Mac Pro had eight separate fans, the new Mac Pro only has one. It draws air through the base and out through the top of the casing, over the heat sink that stretches from the top of the Mac Pro to the bottom. Naturally, this means it runs very quietly. The 2013 Mac Pro is designed to be used on top of your desk, not underneath it, and its quiet running, attractive casing and minimal footprint means it's welcome to do just that.