The new Mac Pro is very fast, extremely efficient, and just coming from a Mac Pro from late 2009 a very AWESOME machine!
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The Mac Pro represents Apple’s latest efforts in taking pro computing to the next level. With Intel Xeon processors, dual GPUs, and up to 64GB of superfast memory all wrapped in a revolutionary cylindrical design, the new Mac Pro delivers the workstation-level performance all professionals need.
The new Mac Pro is equipped with Intel Xeon E5 processors and up to 12 cores of processing power, so you can be sure that it can handle your heavy workload. Two workstation-class AMD FirePro GPUs, along with dedicated VRAM, help the Mac Pro muscle through the most graphics-intensive processes, including 4K video editing and 3D effects rendering. And since the Mac Pro can be connected to up to 3 4K displays, you’ll get all the screen real estate you need for multitasking.
Every component on the Apple Mac Pro has been redesigned to be faster. This Apple desktop’s PCI Express-based flash storage is twice as fast as solid state drives, so boot times are practically non-existent and browsing your largest photo libraries is smoother. Six Thunderbolt 2 ports and four USB 3.0 ports boost data transfer speeds, so backing up files to external storage devices is more convenient than ever.
Even as it works as hard as you do, the 2013 Mac Pro stays quiet and cool, thanks to a unified thermal core. Through this technology, airflow throughout the Mac Pro’s chassis is improved, sparing the CPU and dual GPUs from overheating. You’ve definitely never used a desktop like this before.
Written by Linn Parrish | October 28, 2016
The new Mac Pro is very fast, extremely efficient, and just coming from a Mac Pro from late 2009 a very AWESOME machine!
Written by Billy Gunn | August 19, 2015
Do you know how frustrating it is, as a designer to work with something so powerful, and efficient and awesome but not aesthetically satisfied with this product? I mean come on, Apple.
Well, appearances aside, the Mac Pro is clearly a good choice for any multimedia professional to upgrade. It keeps your system in check, your storage sufficient and your connectivity generally ready for just about anything.
I can go on for hours with this bad boy and doesn’t cough one bit. I always wondered if I should’ve bought an iMac instead but clearly, this was a more practical solution.
Dear Apple, you’re awesome, but please do not make awesome products look like crap, GOD.
Written by Veronica Duncan | July 28, 2015
Since my work for the past few years and may I say past few years since college, has a lot to do with graphics, color, rendering and all about creating creative digital outputs, I could not settle for less when it comes to device. And I now that the perfect match for my other devices as well as to my work for me to be able to continue producing good stuff is definitely Apple’s pride and joy, Apple’s Mac Pro.
I got a Mac Pro recently through MacMall online store because I believe this was the best time for me to upgrade my devices and not just simply upgrading it, upgrading my devices to the best ones for the continuity of garnering best results. I ordered this one on MacMall and really hoping that I could get the device before my actual schedule for my next project. Good thing that this online store is really true to their word of delivering the shipment on time. Plus, I got the device unboxed and it really works well!! Maintain that thing, MacMall and thanks a lot!
Mac Pro is this cylinder thing but has been doing wonders for me and my work and yeah sure, this one’s tough!
Written by Clarice King | July 28, 2015
I read online that the Mac Pro was the perfect machine for those graphics heavy projects that need to get done. And after doing some research, I came across macmall.com which offers Mac Pros at affordable prices. So I ordered one and got it a few days later.
The Mac Pro runs smoothly, smoother than my old computer actually. It really knows what it’s doing, and its processor and graphics capabilities are so sophisticated that it can handle just about any projects.
But the processor and graphics power aren’t the only things that are worth mentioning. Since it’s designed for heavy duty workloads, it was built with an advanced cooling system that is the envy of others. Its cooling system comes with a fan at the bottom of the unit where it pulls air, takes it through the center of the system, cooling everything it passes and expels the hot air thru the top.
The design of the entire thing is practically perfect and it fits perfectly well in any work area thanks to its size.
When you do decide to get a Mac Pro, I recommend ordering from macmall.com. it does things fast, and delivers to your doorstep in just a few short days upon placing your order online.
Excellent service and excellent product, it is worth every penny.
Written by Samantha Orleans | April 23, 2015
If you are wondering about the how I come up with the title above is because this simple contribution of mine about my MacMall purchase is all about my Mac Pro purchase. If you guys wondered what a Mac Pro is (or if you are kind of too lazy to search about it though) Mac Pro is a cylinder-type buddy that best works for the tough stuff that you got. And believe you me when I say these things because it did worked for me, and it still does.
I am being paid for editing videos and creating graphics for various industries, but I ain’t affiliated with a certain company, in short, I am a freelancer. That is why I have to have the best devices for me to deliver best outputs so that my grind would continue and progress. I invested for some stuff like desktop, laptop, software and other things that would be useful for my main grind.
But lately, I decided to upgrade into something much better, because I noticed, maybe because my previous device already got tired of the heavy work I am doing almost 6 days a week, my previous desktop begins to slow down, that’s why I hurriedly decided to upgrade to a Mac Pro.
Got mine though from MacMall online retail store, via a client’s suggestion, and yes, I am pleased with the service as well as to how my Mac Pro is performing now, it only means that the device is not damaged. Tough grind works best with this tough cylinder, called Mac Pro.
Written by James Butler | April 23, 2015
Definitely, Mac Pro that I got at MacMall via my senior co-worker’s advice is worth my savings. This one’s almost giving and providing me more clients than I expected. This was great and it all started when I upgraded to this incredibly amazing cylinder. Apple’s robust Mac Pro.
Mac Pro, I thought before was too pricy, because it was just a cylinder desktop device in itself. Little did I know that it works best and is definitely the best buy for me! I was amazed by the wonders of this device when a co-worker let me experience using his desktop at home with a Mac Pro. I did some Photoshop and After Effects freelance grind, because we are collaborating that time. I really was not expecting that the Mac Pro is indeed for the work of the Pro.
I hastily asked my co-worker if where did he get the Mac Pro in this place, he said to me that he just ordered it at MacMall. A trusted online retail store for Apple products, and I hurriedly check it out at home.
Mac Pro is rockin’ my freelance work now. My outputs became better and better each day. I love how the Mac Pro works for me and this is the definitely a pro cylinder.
Written by Nicholas | April 21, 2015
I’m not a fan of reviews, let alone writing them. But I have to make this special review for one special product, the Mac Pro.
Buying Mac Pro is a big deal for me, considering the price and all. But Let me tell you that this is one of those investments that I never did regret buying. Mac Pro is a super-computer. That’s it, a super-computer! It’s fast, powerful, and high-performance. It’s perfect for me since I’m working with a lot of graphics and 4K videos lately.
One thing I liked about it is the Thunderbolt 2 technology. I know that I should write reviews about the processors and all that but I would like to tell you my utmost admiration to Thunderbolt 2 and its role in making 4K video editing and streaming as easy as possible. Imagine having 20GB/s transfer rate, it’s wonderful!
I’m planning to buy two more Mac Pro for my team (we’re only three, by the way) in order to increase productivity and efficiency within our group. If you’re working with graphics and videos, you sure know that rendering and streaming takes most of our time, adding to even slower response time and software usage. With Mac Pro, it’s not a problem at all. This computer seems like it’s built for speed all along.
Other than that, I have no issues with this whatsoever. This is a great computer to invest for, and I can’t help but feel good that I finally made the switch.
Written by PAUL | April 21, 2015
Once again, Apple impresses me with this amazing product. We’ve been planning to change our equipment in order to cater more projects and works. And as it turns out, Mac Pro is the best choice when you’ve decided that you want to make your switch. My team loves our Mac Pro. And it’s been easy and breezy for us since the day we bought these darlings.
Mac Pro is really, really powerful. My team and I are working with a lot with graphics-centric projects and we always have a problem with loading and rendering and lags. So imagine our joy when our Mac Pros give us nothing but faster response time and even faster software loading. What’s more, it also has huge RAM and internal storage. It’s perfect for or work.
All in all, Apple wowed me with this super-computer. My friend in the industry told me once that this is the best computer in the media world and I didn’t believed him until I laid my very hands on Mac Pro. It’s definitely the best computer out there and I’m bragging because it’s true.
So for those who are starting their own graphics and video editing career, I highly recommend you all to invest on something that will help you, your skills, and of course, your portfolio. There are so many computers in the market that will promise you all the good things for your work, but based on my experience, only the Mac Pro lived up to its promise.
Written by Bruce | April 20, 2015
Hi. I’m an individual who is working in an animation company and well, accepts work outside of my work place. That is the reason why I wanted to have my buddy at work, and that is the Mac Pro.
I knew for a fact that Mac Pro would improve my freelance projects when I upgrade to it because I constantly compare my outputs with Mac Pro, which is of course is provided at work and the outputs I had with my buddy device at home. Indeed, it has a lot to improve it I was to upgrade.
So finally, after months of saving up, I decided to immediately purchase a Mac Pro. Did I also mention that I’m a fan of online shopping? So yes, I always buy gadgets from an online store because I find no hassle in just dialing the hotline or filling out an online form.
For my Mac Pro, I decided to randomly browse on online sites that are not so famous yet the ones that I still found on the first page, and I saw some, and that includes MacMall. I ordered at MacMall because shipping free is free and the one who answered my call is very friendly and accommodating.
And so my Mac Pro finally arrived, fresh from the box. Thank you for rendering a very good service, from accommodating customers to the delivery.
As of present, I am happily working on my stunning Mac Pro at home when doing my freelance projects. And I am really happy about the results of my work.
Written by Bernard James | April 20, 2015
I am a father of twins who are now in college, same course, Computer Science. They both have laptops for school but at home they wanted to have a desktop to preserve their laptop because that is their main gadget and weapon in their course.
I ask them what they wanted; they said that I better give them a Mac Pro. I immediately agreed to their suggestion because I know in my heart that they know what they are both asking for. But because I am a parent, even though I hurriedly agreed, I kind of read about Apple’s Mac Pro, and after reading bits and pieces of information about the Mac Pro, I just quickly asked them where are we going to buy.
We are not the type who shops at malls for gadgets. My twins knew very well about online shopping when it comes to gadgets, and this time they have suggested other name, they pitched MacMall, I asked why MacMall and why not the previous shops that they said to me before, and they said they just scroll down and search and read reviews and they thought buying at MacMall is worth a try, so yes, I agreed and I ordered Mac Pros for them twins of my life.
In all fairness, MacMall did well! The devices went on time as said in the conversation I had with the sales representative and when we inspected the device, it is indeed fresh from the box. Currently, my twins are having a good time using the Mac Pro and bet is it very robust.
Written by Bill Warren | April 20, 2015
Mac Pro will always overwhelm me. All the Apple products do. After the launch of this darling, I see to it that I’m going to get this because I need an upgrade to my sole-proprietorship company’s computer. I actually organize events like weddings, birthdays, and so on. And our work as a team includes editing photos and putting them in the invitation layout, editing the event’s teaser and official videos, and so on. We are using a lot of space-eating software and it actually eats a lot of time loading and rebooting computers.
But Mac Pro is a whole new different computer. It only takes seconds in loading our software. Our editing is always fast and hassle-free so we can save a lot of time. It’s pretty quiet too and definitely space-savvy which we all love because our office is as big as a box and we we can’t afford to use big machines or hardware whatsoever.
Overall, Mac Pro definitely helps me and my team beat our deadline and deliver excellent outcome to our customers. So if you’re looking for a super-computer or maybe you’re working with heavy apps and software like us, then this Mac Pro will surely suit you best.
Written by WILLIAM | April 20, 2015
Mac Pro is incredibly one of Apple’s wittiest creations, most especially for someone like me whose world is revolving almost 24/6 in rendering, editing and heavy creative pro software.
I’m working as an independent freelance artist. But I do have a bunch of projects every now and then. Maybe because of the fact that I let my clients spend less with my high-quality (as they say) outputs. You know, I don’t produce pricy outputs. That is why I am doing my very best to be resourceful but not compromising the quality of my work.
I had my iMac. But I decided that in order for me to keep my clients and to get more, I should do some upgrading. I decided to upgrade to Mac Pro. Learning from the specifications and features that I am reading online, I felt that we are a match made in heaven if we work together.
Good thing I already saved up a bit and a friend recommended MacMall, because he already tried ordering and purchasing a device there, iMac per se and it works great! Plus it has this free shipping fee and the price is kind of lower, I believe compared to the other online stores.
And I’m right, my hands, brain cells and Mac Pro is indeed a match made in heaven. I really love how my works improved since I started using this incredible cylinder from Apple, that I got from MacMall.
Written by Ashley West | April 20, 2015
Mac Pro is not just a simple aluminum cylinder you see around. Apple’s Mac Pro is the best yet processor, most especially for the heavy duty grind that needs a partner that would keep up with the demands of the grind.
Upgrading to Mac Pro is by far, one of the best choices I made with my money. This is an investment that is definitely worth it. The device works best for me and my grind. I am a video editor by profession, and a freelance graphic designer. My work seems to be tough, yes it is, but with the right kind of device to be working with, everything would probably go on smooth sailing.
Mac Pro does the managing when I am doing my thing for it to flow smoothly, and by that I mean, rendering, transferring files and using heavy duty applications, sometimes, all at the same time without having glitches such as lag time.
Another great thing about this Mac Pro that I recently purchased by for my device upgrade is that I don’t worry if it’s going to overheat of some sort, because it has a system inside it that manages the airflow.
Written by Alex Aldana | May 23, 2014
Overall pretty good machine, fast but not as expected 8 core 64GB ram 1TB SSD dual D700 graphic cards.
Lack of conventional ports Firewire sd card Reader and DVD or blurry reader burner they are essential in a workhorse like this mac. Is like having a Ferrari without wheels. plus all the thunderbolt converters are very expensive, some cost like the all drives all together, This items should not make this mac bigger and will make a real plug and play machine.
I was really excited about this mac, and disappoint me first in the delivery (place the order first week of February and got the mac in May 19 almost 4 months later) totally unacceptable, this ware my original excitement.
Maverick looks buggy some how, acting slow some times. Apple needs to work in a thunderbolt base network to connect several local macs that work in a high speed network, current ethernet is ridiculous slow for the kind of data videographers move.
Apple believes when you working in video only one person will work on a project, and (I not getting in to details regarding how they destroy final cut pro 7 and the others video pro applications), but the reality is the more people gets involve in video this days, the more they will work together in one project, and is a must to share the same data, currently the network capacity and software capabilities that apple offers are not suitable for this kind of video sharing environment, especially going in the near future with 4K video etc.
Overall a good machine, not what I was expected for a long 4 years they took to redesign an new model, still far from excellent. As a Mac user since 1988 I was expecting a more complete machine.
Written by michael ponder | May 21, 2014
Lots of flexibility built into the design of the Mac Pro. Will be using for 4k video processing using Da Vinci Resolve. A multitude of thunderbolt ports allowing daisy chaining multiple thunderbolt drives in tandem. Extremely quite operation and takes up less space. Fast 3.5 GHz processor. I added more ram to my computer to a total of 64GB to handle the large files and software that will be used to process them. This store is a great company with excellent customer service and quality product. I will definitely be doing business with them in the future.
Written by Chad | May 20, 2014
I use this for color grading footage from a variety of cameras. I was surprised to get full speed playback in Davinci Resolve of 4K and 5K Red Epic material with no Red Rocket card installed. These D700 cards are ridiculously fast and so worth it.
Written by MIDIMan87 | May 16, 2014
The new MacPro screams... silently. Everything I've thrown at it has rendered in seconds instead of minutes compared to my 2008 8-core MacPro. Even when the machine is rendering on all cores, it's nearly silent. The SSD provides very snappy performance loading applications. The only negative is the tangle of cables hanging off the back of the otherwise beautiful machine. Fortunately that can be addressed with proper cable management.
Written by Robert | March 29, 2014
Decided that it was time to replaced my aging 2009 MacPro with something new. After looking around and considering the options iMac, PC etc. I found myself really liking the new MacPro. Ordered one form MacMall and haven't looked back. Needless to say the performance is great, I'm looking forward to more and more programs taking advantage of the dual GPUs. While looks are a personal thing, I find the new design fantastic. That does lead to one small issue - you find yourself wanting "all-black" accessories. Let's hope Apple releases black versions of the keyboard, mouse, etc. By the way, a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse work great right out-of-the-box. I'm finding the lack of internal expansion not to be an issue. To the contrary, with USB 3 and Thunderbolt, I find external devices to be an advantage. It's now easy and convenient to share hard drives and the like. P.S. I have no problem with people referring to the new MacPro as a trashcan, it's the coolest running trashcan I've ever seen.
Written by Louis Beatty | February 16, 2014
I know that the Mac Pro is aimed at graphics professionals, which I am not, but I gave into the temptation to give it a whirl anyway. My career is teaching college courses online using various Learning Management Systems provided via Instructure (Canvas) and Labyrinth Learning (eLAB). As such I run multiple browsers with currently 34 tabs open between the two. Also open are 2 e-mail programs plus three Office 2011 apps as well as the normal iTunes, Messages, and Stickies. These I leave running 24/7 and switch between them often. When I click on anything, it results in automatic switching, no pause, no waiting, it's just there and ready to go.
This Mac Pro is beautiful, fast, and except for the fact that it's responding and displaying on my Dell 27" U2713HM (essentially 2K) monitor, I don't even know it's running. There's no heat, no fan sound, nothing...it just runs fast. The only sound comes from the AirPort Time Capsule when it spins up for a backup.
I am thrilled with this computer and am looking for a long relationship, so to speak, with it. By the way, it replaces a 17" MacBook Pro, late 2011, which was the top model with 8 GB RAM. It will replace my wife's much older MacBook Pro. Even though the MacBook Pro is fast, this Mac Pro runs circles around it!
I am one satisfied customer.
Written by Mike Lewis | February 15, 2014
The new Mac Pro finally arrived 10 days ago, after a 1.5 month wait...and was on my desk, hooked up and running within 15 minutes! LOVE IT! It is fast, it is strong, it is elegant and it is very capable. I run 2 monitors with 4 desktops...the 4th runs Windows 8.1 under VMWare Fusion 6. Runs like a dream, without a hitch.
64 GB 1867 MHz DDR3 ECC, 2.7 GHz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, AMD FirePro D500 3072 MB, it was expensive, but now I only have one box instead of the two (one for Windows).
My only complaint, and it is a big one for me, is that this little box will run only 2 monitors...unless I dig deep and purchase Thunderbolt screens. I've tried all sorts of configurations, but it will only run 2 DVI's (running through a converter) OR 2 HDMI's (1 direct, 1 running through a converter), or one of each. This is despite what their tech support guru's assured me, that you can run up to 6 monitors so long as there are only 2 of each type, and you put them on the correct ports.
So, it is fantastic...almost!
Written by Dr. Landman | January 24, 2014
Great design and performance. The small footprint on the desk is appreciated.
Written by Mark D | January 11, 2014
It’s common for desktop computers to be referred to as ’boxes,’ but that term doesn’t apply to the new Mac Pro. It’s a compact cylinder and is packed with tech.
I am not a systems person. But I am impressed when I can run a session of Pro Tools, a Windows 8 virtual machine, a Linux virtual machine, and miscellaneous browsers, email, and Acrobat and Office programs, and activity monitor shows I’ve used only 20 percent of its processing power. Maybe the impression relates to my moving up from a Mac Mini to a six-core, 16G of memory, 256G SSD machine.
It does not even get warm. A slight draft of warm air comes up from the center but the casing itself is cool to the touch. The design engineers outdid themselves. Plenty of connections, including a USB 3 bus. I have two monitors connected, one through the HDMI port and the other through a DVI-to-miniport connector that plugs into a Thunderbolt port. I don’t do graphic-intensive or video work, so I can’t comment on its speed for those tasks.
The one issue I had was that units shipping immediately had only 256G SSD drives. Larger ones up to 1T can be ordered for later delivery. Migration assistant did not work because it stops if the sending machine has more files than the receiving machine can store. This meant re-installing programs, which is tedious though fast on this machine. I made more disk space by attaching a 256G external SSD through a Thunderbolt port. Blackmagic speed tests show the drive writing speed at 320Mps and it maxes out the gauge for read speed, which means it’s reading faster than 500Mps. Wow. The internal drive is faster, of course, but this is plenty fast. I used the external drive to record four simultaneous 24/88 audio files with Pro Tools and not a hiccup.
Is it worth the $4,000? Well, that’s up to individual users. I can say I am delighted by the machine. An interesting side-note is that a computer magazine tried to estimate the ’Apple tax’ in the Mac Pro by pricing what its hardware would cost if bought separately for a Windows machine. The answer: the hardware cost more than what Apple is charging, which is skewed because the Mac Pro comes as a machine and the parts would be just parts. The ’Apple tax’ for this machine in fact is a refund to users. Thanks, Apple.
Written by 6IXGUN | January 6, 2014
We were fortunate enough to get one of the first shipping units (a big thanks to this store!!) and all I can say is WOW. We were using a 2010 Mac Pro with lots of upgrades (GTX Card, 32G Ram, 6 Core 3.33 GHZ processor and a 4-drive internal Raid 0 - it was fast, but still lagged in disk performance and I/O.
The 2013 Mac Pro is a monster in the I/O department. We also purchased a Promise Pegasus2 R4 until (8TB Raid 5). Performance is off the charts. Disk I/O using Blackmagic was in the high 300s on the old Mac Pro, the new one is 600+ on the internal SSD and about 800 on the Promise RAID.
We use the new machine for video, photoshop, renders etc. Final Cut and Motion performance is 100% better, Photoshop is about 40% better and we are just getting the workstation tuned.
Once the price of RAM drops, we will upgrade it to 32GB - and that should improve it further.
GeekBench scores on our old, highly upgraded Mac Pro were 15,400 (very respectable for a 2010, 6-core unit) the New Mac Pro is over 20,000 The benchmark scores do not give a complete picture of just how fast this machine is.
It truly is a work of art and perhaps the fastest desktop computer ever offered for the price. In the past our Silicon Graphics and Sun workstations did not have as much power. Apple hit it OUT of the park on this one. Buy it!! You will not be disappointed in any way.
Finally, unless you are doing extensive multi-stream video - you don’t need to buy anything over 6 cores. Most apps only use 1-4 cores and those processors actually have BETTER single core performance than the 8 and 12 core configurations. So if you are using Photoshop more than Final Cut or Premier Pro - go with the 4 or 6 core and save the $$ !
Written by Ann McNees | December 19, 2013
I decided to use our corporate account to get the base model of the newest Mac Pro with additional configurations so I have 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, since our graphic design group is expecting to tackle a lot of projects this year.
After we set up our new Mac, we tested its capabilities in streaming 4K video and we weren’t disappointed. Our 4K videos played without a hitch and there was no detectible lag at all. FCPX, Adobe CS6 for Mac, and Adobe CCT all work smoothly, probably thanks to the dual-GPU setup. The 256GB of onboard storage just wasn’t enough for our small office’s needs, so I got an external Thunderbolt 2 RAID (Promise Pegasus2 8TB) to supplement our newest Mac Pro’s storage. Both devices seem to be working perfectly for each other. In fact, the Mac Pro immediately detected the Pegasus2 when the RAID was plugged in, and setup was a breeze.
Written by Carl Ellison | December 19, 2013
I’ve wanted to upgrade to the newest Mac Pro ever since it was announced at the WWDC this year. One of the biggest improvements, for me, was of course the new design. The old Mac Pro was pretty sleek, but the now it’s got none of that bulkiness. My new Mac Pro is smaller than I had anticipated but that worked out great for me because now I have more desk space.
Performance-wise, this Mac is hands-down the fastest computer I’ve owned yet. I’ve just finished transferring hundreds of GBs’ worth of data from assorted MBPs and external HDs and it didn’t slow down once during the process. I was able to open up my heaviest projects on FCPX in a matter of seconds. I didn’t even know it was possible to breeze through encoding and rendering, like the newest Mac Pro did.
This Mac Pro’s got a lot of I/O ports and I like that it’s easy to swing it around for those shorter-than-average cables. The abundance of Thunderbolt ports is probably one of my most favorite things about this Mac. Six Thunderbolt ports mean that I can daisy-chain several devices to my Mac, even when I have more than one display hooked up. This is excellent for people like me who need to access more than 2 external HDs at a time.
The Mac Pro is Apple’s most capable desktop yet. New-generation Intel Xeon processors, dual AMD GPUs, superfast memory, and PCI express-based flash storage all make for a high-powered desktop that’s ready to take on your heaviest tasks.
The new Mac Pro features new-generation Intel Xeon E5 processors, with 6, 8, or 12 cores on a single die. Combined with a cache of 12MB to 30MB and SDRAM of 16GB to 64GB, these advanced processors allow the Mac Pro to deliver a truly impressive performance.
The Mac Pro 2013 is equipped with dual AMD FirePro GPUs, which come with dedicated VRAM of up to 6GB. With this graphics setup, it’s not surprising that the Mac Pro can handle the most intensive graphics tasks, including full-resolution 4K video editing and 3D animation and modeling. You’ll even get to improve your multitasking capabilities by connecting up to three 4K displays to the Mac Pro.
Even the storage on the Mac Pro is designed to be faster. The Mac Pro features PCIe-based flash storage, which is twice as fast as traditional SSDs, so you can access your heaviest projects and launch your favorite apps in no time at all. Some Mac Pro models even have 1TB drives, too, so you never have to worry about running out of storage space.
The new Mac Pro definitely doesn’t want for connectivity options. Each Mac Pro unit comes with six Thunderbolt 2 ports and four USB 3.0 ports, along with an HDMI 1.4 port, to let you connect all the peripherals and accessories you want.
To keep things cool even as it works its hardest, the Apple Mac Pro is equipped with a unified thermal core that takes heat away from the CPU and GPUs. This thermal core technology also gives way to the Mac Pro’s compact, cylindrical design.