The New PRO-lific Mac

June 06 2019

Apple debuted their new Mac Pro at WWDC on June 3rd and it has PLENTY of upgrades to offer:

• 300 watts of power, runs fully unconstrained

• 2933MHz ECC memory, 12 DIMM slots

• 8 internal PCI slots, four double-wide slots, three single side slots

• Half-length slot populated with two TB3 ports, audio jack, two USB A ports, two 10Gb Ethernet ports

• Up to 1.5 terabytes of RAM

• Intel Xeon processor with up to 28 cores

• Apple designed a PCI connector with a second PCIe connector and power

• Multiple graphics options; can configure with options such as Radeon Pro Vega II

• Two GPUs connected via Infinity Fabric Link, 5X faster than PCI bust

• Apple built a brand new card called Afterburner for video editing, 6 billion pixels per second. 3 streams of 8K, 12 streams of 4K

• Working with partners such as Adobe, Blackmagic, as well as internal teams like Final Cut Pro and Logic

• Brand new version of Logic with focus on performance

With stainless steel handles for modularity and all internal components able to mount to the frame with 360-degree components, the new Mac seems to be the most expandable and powerful version yet. You can get the new Mac starting at $5,999 for 8-core, 32GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD this fall. 

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