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Apple Mac Pro Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelMac Pro
DateAug 2016
Processor frequency3.5 GHz
Processor familyIntel® Xeon® E5 Family
Processor modelE5-1650V2
Processor cores6
Number of processors installed1
Processor boost frequency3.9 GHz
Processor socketLGA 2011 (Socket R)
Processor cache12 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Processor threads12
Bus typeQPI
FSB ParityNo
Processor lithography22 nm
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Xeon E5-1600 v2
Processor codenameIvy Bridge EP
Thermal Design Power (TDP)130 W
Tcase70 °C
PCI Express slots version3.0
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes40
PCI Express configurationsx4, x8, x16
Maximum internal memory supported by processor256 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR3-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor800,1066,1333,1600,1866 MHz
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)59.7 GB/s
Memory channels supported by processorQuad
ECC supported by processorYes
Internal memory16 GB
Internal memory typeDDR3-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory64 GB
Memory layout (slots x size)4 x 4 GB
Memory slots4x DIMM
Memory clock speed1866 MHz
Optical drive
Optical drive typeNo
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity4
DVI portNo
HDMI ports quantity1
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports2
Microphone inYes
Headphone outputs1
Thunderbolt 2 ports quantity6
HDMI version1.4
DC-in jackYes
Weight & dimensions
Width167.6 mm
Depth167.6 mm
Height251.5 mm
Weight5 kg
Power supply450 W
Power supply input voltage100 - 240 V
Power supply input frequency50/60 Hz
Ethernet LANYes
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Cabling technology10/100/1000Base-T(X)
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
Total storage capacity256 GB
Card reader integratedNo
Storage mediaFlash
Operating system installedMac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Packaging content
Display includedNo
Mouse includedNo
Keyboard includedNo
Cables includedAC
Product colourBlack
Chassis typeDesktop
Placement supportedVertical
Water cooling systemNo
Discrete graphics adapter modelAMD FirePro D500
Discrete graphics memory typeGDDR5
Discrete graphics adapter memory3072 GB
Number of discrete graphics adapters2
Product typeWorkstation

Reviews of Apple Mac Pro
Reviewed on 2015-09-04
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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Reviewed on 2015-05-01
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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Reviewed on 2015-01-27
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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Reviewed on 2014-10-22
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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Reviewed on 2014-03-28
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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Reviewed on 2014-03-14
can covet. As Ferris Bueller said, 'If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.'
Kludgey 4K monitor support, External expansion may clutter your desk, You probably don't need all this power, even if you want it
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. ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-14
Impressive multicore performance, Dual workstationclass GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of externalexpansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable
Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-27
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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Reviewed on 2014-02-26
Impressive multicore performance, Dual workstationclass GPUs, Fast internal storage, Plenty of externalexpansion options, Compact, attractive design, Quiet and relatively cool, Many internal components upgradeable
Singlecore performance not substantially better (and sometimes worse) than that of other current Macs, No internal expansion options, Higherend configurations quickly get expensive
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-21
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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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
Apple Mac Pro (late 2013)Silence at last! © 2014 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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Reviewed on 2014-01-31
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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Reviewed on 2014-01-29
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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Reviewed on 2014-01-28
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
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...
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-21
Revolutionary design, Extremely quick and responsive, Whisper quiet, Easytoaccess internals
Expensive upgrades, No keyboard/mouse included
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-21
Superbly engineered, Beautiful, yet practical design, Incredible system bandwidth, Outstanding connectivity, Classleading value for money
iMac outpaces Mac Pro in some areas on paper, Performance dependent on app optimization, Few Thunderbolt 2 peripherals at this time
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Compact, space-saving design, Stronggraphics performance, fast disk speeds, Runs quietly, Supports up to three 4K displays
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
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,...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-09
umer/home studio, Generous number of Thunderbolt 2 and USB 3.0 ports, Forwardlooking component package
Price tag not for faint of heart
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...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-06
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...
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...
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...
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