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AppleMac Pro Desktop Computer (Six-Core, Late 2013)
 
3.0

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4.0

Fast lil' Trashcan

By Tekmerion

from Mount Juliet, TN

About Me Quality Oriented

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Pros

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

Cons

  • No Internal Expansion

Best Uses

  • Graphics Work
  • Video editing

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

I use this machine primarily for Video editing, and so far, I am impressed. My last workstation was a 2012 Mac Pro with a Cuda Graphics card, and 48Gs of RAM. It was a solid mating, but this little guy blows it away. So far I've edited H264, PRO-RES, and R3Ds using FCPX and Adobe CC. I'm glad to see Apple hasn't totally forgotten about the Pros.

The only thing negative I have to say has been said countless times. There's not internal expansion. My desk can become quite cluttered with cables and peripherals with this thing. But, that's a manageable price to pay for the performance I'm getting.

  • Primary use:
  • Business

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2.0

[$] Paper weight

By Mike D

from Warwick RI

About Me Quality Oriented

Verified Buyer

Pros

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

Cons

  • Adobe Issues
  • Crashes
  • No Keyboard
  • No Mouse
  • Premiere Cc Issue

Best Uses

  • Paper weight

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

I jumped the gun, should have waited. Adobe is still trying to tweak there software to take advantage of the graphic cards in the Mac Pro. I get weird line randomly during play back and exporting with Premiere CC 7.2.2. and Media encoders. Had to go back to my old system. I just reinstalled the OS and Adobe to see if there is a plugin issue. will take it to Apple is the problem is not fixed. Other than that, it is fast. I exported a 2 hour wedding for blu-ray in about 15-20 minutes using the normal Mpeg for blu-ray 1080i settings. it took about an hour on my iMac running 2gig graphic card.
I know that because I got the weird lines from the MAcPro and had to do it on the iMac. Not happy-5200.00 Paperweight I waited 6 weeks for this computer .

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  • Business

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