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Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013)

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Product Highlights
  • 3.5 GHz Intel Xeon E5 Six-Core
  • 16GB of 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM
  • 1TB PCIe-based Flash Storage
  • Dual AMD FirePro D500 GPUs (2 x 3GB)
  • Six Thunderbolt 2 Ports
  • Four USB 3.0 Ports, One HDMI 1.4 Port
  • Supports up to Three 4K Displays
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Unique Compact Cylinder Design
  • Includes Mac OS X 10.10 or OS X 10.9

From 2006 to 2012, the Mac Pro from Apple stuck with the same aluminum case, first made popular by the Power Mac G5. Now, the Mac Pro returns with a completely redesigned look. Apple revisited the architecture of the Mac Pro's internal components in order to maximize performance and minimize heat. With a unified thermal core, Apple opted for a leaner, lighter, and quieter structure that was more streamlined. The unique cylinder design stands just 9.9 inches tall with a diameter of just 6.6 inches, which allows it to be a professional workstation that can actually sit on your desk.

The system is powered by a 6-core 3.5 GHz Intel Xeon E5 processor. The Mac Pro also has 16GB of 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM and 1TB of PCIe-based flash storage. There are also dual AMD FirePro D500 graphics cards with 3GB of GDDR5 discrete VRAM each. You'll be able to connect to the Internet with fast-speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The Mac Pro also supports a/b/g/n Wi-Fi networks as well. The Mac Pro also features built-in Bluetooth 4.0, which allows you to connect wireless headphones, keyboard, mice and other compatible peripherals without a hassle.

The Mac Pro has six Thunderbolt 2 ports, a high-speed interface that can move data at up to 20 Gb/s. That's four times the speed of the USB 3.0 standard. Speaking of USB 3.0, Apple added four USB 3.0 ports to ensure you have full native connectivity options with your USB-compatible peripherals, such as external hard drives.

iLife has a complete suite of digital creativity applications. Easy enough for anyone to use, iLife will help you edit your home movies, organize digital photos and compose original music. iLife includes iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand.

iWork provides three apps to keep you productive. Pages allow you to make creative word documents. Numbers helps you make spreadsheets more visually insightful. Keynote allows you to create a powerful presentation, complete with animated charts, interactive tables with cinematic effects and transitions.

The Mac Pro comes with Mac OS X preinstalled, which provides features, such as AirDrop, AirPlay, Dictation, Gatekeeper, Notification Center, improved multiple display support, Finder Tabs and Tags, iCloud, Keychain, and more.

Six-Core, Late 2013 Intel Xeon E5 Performance
This Mac Pro features a 3.5 GHz Intel Xeon E5 processor with 6 cores of processing power on a single die. And with 12MB of L3 cache, 40 GB/s of PCI Express Gen 3 bandwidth, and 256-bit-wide floating-point instructions, you'll never be at a loss for speed
Dual AMD FirePro D500 Graphics Cards
Traditionally, professional computers have relied primarily on the CPU for their computing power. But as GPU performance has dramatically increased, software developers have begun to leverage that power in their apps. With the Mac Pro, Apple engineered an even more powerful GPU architecture. Not only does it feature a state-of-the-art AMD FirePro workstation-class GPU - it features two of them. And each is available with 3GB of dedicated VRAM and 1526 stream processors. With 4.4 teraflops of computing power between the two, you'll be able to do things like seamlessly edit full-resolution 4K video while simultaneously rendering effects in the background - and still have enough power to connect up to three high-resolution 4K displays
Memory
Every component in the Mac Pro is optimized for performance. That includes a four-channel DDR3 memory controller running at 1866 MHz. It supports 16GB of memory and delivers up to 60 GB/s of memory bandwidth, which means you can fly through even the most compute-intensive tasks in no time. And since it's ECC memory, your render job, video export, or simulation won't be stopped by transient memory errors
Design
Apple reorganized the architecture of the internal components as well as the entire enclosure of the Mac Pro. Its unique cylinder design is made with refined impact extrusion technologies for effective material use and a polished aluminum enclosure. It stands at just 9.9 inches tall with a diameter of just 6.6 inches, allowing you to place it on your desk
Storage
The Mac Pro has next-generation PCIe-based flash storage, which is up to 2.4 times faster than the fastest SATA-based solid state drive and up to 10 times faster than a 7200 rpm SATA hard drive. Most flash storage systems that connect via SATA buses are designed for slower spinning hard drives. But Apple designed the Mac Pro around new PCIe-based flash controller technology, which delivers the fastest solid state drives available standard in a desktop computer. So you'll have 1TB of storage that will let you boot up, launch apps, and even open massive files almost instantly
Thermal Core
Rather than using multiple heat sinks and fans to cool the processor and graphics cards, Apple built everything around a single piece of extruded aluminum designed to maximize airflow as well as thermal capacity. It works by conducting heat away from the CPU and GPUs and distributing that heat uniformly across the core. That way, if one processor isn't working as hard as the others, the extra thermal capacity can be shared efficiently among them
Fan
Instead of adding extra fans, Apple engineered a single, larger fan that pulls air upward through a bottom intake. As air passes vertically through the center of the device, it absorbs heat and carries it out the top. By minimizing air resistance throughout the system, Apple was able to design a fan with backward-curved impeller blades that runs at fewer revolutions per minute, draws air more efficiently as it spins, and creates considerably less noise
Expansion
Designed with built-in Thunderbolt 2, USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI 1.4 ports, the Mac Pro provides flexible, high-performance expansion. And it has everything you need to build a workstation completely customized to what you need and how you work
Thunderbolt 2
Thunderbolt 2 combines PCI Express and DisplayPort into one high-speed, versatile I/O technology. Thunderbolt 2 delivers twice the throughput, providing up to 20 Gb/s of bandwidth to each external device. So you're more than ready for the next generation of high-performance peripherals, without being limited by the number of expansion slots inside your computer. You can connect massive amounts of storage, add a PCI expansion chassis, and work with the latest external displays - including 4K desktop displays and peripheral devices capable of broadcasting in 4K. And since each Thunderbolt 2 port allows you to daisy-chain up to six peripherals, you can go all out by plugging in up to 36 external devices via Thunderbolt 2 alone. Mac Pro supports a total of two DVI or HDMI displays when connected via the built-in HDMI port or using the Apple Mini DisplayPort to DVI adapter. To connect additional DVI displays, use an active DVI adapter such as the Apple Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI adapter. You can connect up to six active adapter DVI displays. This requires a powered USB hub since Mac Pro offers four USB ports and you will need six to connect them all.
I/O Connections
The Mac Pro equips you with all kinds of connections for all kinds of peripherals. USB 3.0 gives you the versatility to hook up dozens of different types of external devices. Two Gigabit Ethernet ports let you connect to multiple networks. And an HDMI 1.4 port provides support for the high-definition televisions, projectors, and displays, including Ultra HD TVs. As you rotate Mac Pro to plug in a device, it senses the movement and automatically illuminates the I/O panel. So you can easily see the ports you need when you need them
Wireless
Access your network over three-stream 802.11ac Wi-Fi for high-speed wireless connectivity. For all your other wireless connections, the Mac Pro includes Bluetooth 4.0. It's the easiest way to connect your keyboard, mouse, and other wireless devices without having to physically attach anything
Performance
Processor 3.5 GHz Intel Xeon E5 Six-Core, Late 2013
12MB L3 cache
Memory 16GB of 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM
Graphics 2 x AMD FirePro D500 with 3GB of GDDR5 discrete memory
Storage
Storage (SSD) 1TB PCIe-based flash storage
Optical Drive None
Input/Output Connectors
Ports 6 x Thunderbolt 2
4 x USB 3.0
Display 1 x HDMI 1.4
6 x mini DisplayPort (via Thunderbolt 2 ports)
Connect up to three 4K displays or six Thunderbolt displays
Audio 1 x Combined optical digital audio output/analog line out minijack
1 x Headphone minijack with headset output
1 x HDMI port supports multichannel audio output
1 x Built-in speaker
Connectivity
Ethernet 2 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45
Wi-Fi 802.11ac (802.11a/b/g/n compatible)
Bluetooth 4.0
General
Power Requirements Line Voltage: 100-120V AC or 200-240V AC (wide-range power supply input voltage)
Frequency: 50 Hz to 60 Hz single phase
Maximum continuous power: 450W
Environment Requirements Operating Temperature: 50° to 95%deg;F / 10° to 35%deg;C
Storage Temperature: -40%deg; to 116° F / -40° to 47%deg;C
Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
Maximum Operating Altitude: 16,400 feet / 5,000 m
Typical Acoustical Performance, Sound Pressure Level (Operator Position): 12 dBA at idle
Operating System Not specified by manufacturer
Dimensions 9.9 x 6.6" / 25.1 x 16.7 cm
Weight 11 lbs / 5 kg
Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013)
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        5.0

        Size doesn't matter here

        By analogfeast

        from Durham, NC

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        Pros

        • Easy To Set Up
        • Easy To Use
        • Fast
        • Powerful

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Upgrade

          Comments about Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013):

          After having the previous mac pro, this thing is amazingly small and light. I have external hds that weigh more. I love the amount of ports and ease of use. Thing flies through Premier and Logic, even with other things running. Love it.

          • Primary use:
          • Business

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          5.0

          Really impressive

          By KS Pete

          from Kansas City, MO

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          Pros

          • Easy To Set Up
          • Fast
          • Powerful
          • Sexy

          Cons

          • Hard To Access Inputs

          Best Uses

          • Music Creation
          • Photo Editing
          • Video editing

          Comments about Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013):

          I shoot and edit a ton of 2.5k and 4k content, and I needed a machine that could eliminate some of the waiting I was doing on my previous Mac Pro (2010). I immediately upgraded to 64GB RAM, which I recommend, and it's awesome.

          I can now transcode 2.5k in real time or slightly less than real time. I was doing 4k transcoding at roughly 7x real time, and on this machine it does it in 3x. So that's a significant time saver.

          I've already maxed out the USB ports, and the one thing that's a bit of a pain is there are no front-facing ports of any kind. I knew that when I bought it, just didn't think about what a pain it would be to constantly be behind the computer. I plan to add a thunderbolt dock of some sort to give me easy-access USB ports.

          • Primary use:
          • Business

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          5.0

          New Mac Pro 6 core

          By cz

          from West of San Fernando Valley

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            Comments about Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013):

            Out of the box coupled with a Thunderbolt Rocketstor and Excellon USB 3.0 enclosure using Apple Migration assistant, I was up and going in about one hour. The speed increase is considerable if you are running VMWare or doing audio recording.

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            • Personal

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