Apple has unveiled the Mac Pro with starting price tag $2999, which is a professional high-end desktop computer built for hardcore desktop users.
The new design in a rounded dark metal tube is the attraction of the device, where the workstation works silently but powerful enough. Apple hasn’t changed the device since its first preview at WWDC held in last June but here are the details of internal parts of the Mac Pro.
There are many variants you can opt from a Mac Pro device from Intel Xeon E5 4 cores to 12 cores but the Graphics Processing Unit is made of AMD and you have the option to choose from AMD FirePro D300, D500 and D700.
Removing the cabinet cover is easy by pushing it and sliding towards up, which will give you the internal triangularly built frame with heat sink materials and fins. But the distinct part here is the processor and GPU are bonded to the frame permanently, which will not allow the users to upgrade these core parts later if you wish to. So, you should decide the right Mac Pro configuration at the time of purchase. But users can expand externally by using using the high-speed Thunderbolt 2 or USB 3.0 connectivity.
Mac Pro works silently especially in idle time and in the peak load time it won’t bring any kind of noise from the system. The placement of four-channel DDR3 memory slots (with up to 60GB/s of memory bandwidth) as well as Flash storage slot are done in a manner that can help users to upgrade easily, which can be useful in the companies, where anyone can swap their Flash drives from malfunctioning Mac Pro to a new one to resume their pending works and the operating system, files, apps and themes will be intact. The new workstation seems to be very appealing to music and video editing professionals with all the features and support such as three 4K ultra high-definition monitors can be used at a time.
The all new Mac Pro 2013 equipped with PCI Exress flash storage with upto 20GB per second file transfer speed, which means 10 times faster than 7200rpm SATA HDD and 2.5 times faster than the SATA-based SSDs. Starting with $2999 price tag, 2013 Mac Pro will be available in December. And just for your thoughts, this new device is being built in United States only, not built overseas and not outsourced to any Chinese manufacturers.