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Tuesday, 22 October 2013 18:51

Round style Mac Pro coming in December for US $2999

Written by Slobodan Simic

AMD FirePro, Intel Xeon E5 and cute design

Although we had a chance to see it earlier, at the Special October Event, Apple has now oficially announced the new Mac Pro that will be based on Intel Xeon E5 CPU, up to 64B of DDR3 memory and dual-workstation GPUs in the form of AMD FirePro.

The Mac Pro, also known as the Time Machine will be available as of December and start at quite a steep US $2999 for 3.7GHz quad-core Xeon, 12GB of memory, dual FirePro D300 GPUs each with 2GB of VRAM and a 256GB SSD. The real novelty here is actually the use of AMD FirePro GPUs with support for 4K displays as well as the actual design of the Mac Pro which features the so called thermal core, a triangualr air duct that is placed in the center and cools all surrounding hardware.

The Mac Pro will be also available with up to 64GB of DDR3-1866 memory, up to 1TB of SSD storage. It definitely looks like a great "little" system but as always, the price is very high - but it's for pros anyway.

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