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Posted by on Jun 20, 2013 in Hardware News |

Apple Mac Pro Edition 2013 does not impress in their first benchmarks

Apple Mac Pro Edition 2013 does not impress in their first benchmarks

A few days ago Apple announced a new Mac Pro Workstation Edition 2013 , a product that impressed many with its elegant, compact design, in addition to its very good specifications.

is based on the Intel “Ivy Bridge-EP”, consisting of 12 cores running at 2.7GHz (still unknown Turbo frequency) and equipped with 30MB of third-level cache (L3 ) specifications in theory far outweigh the Mac Pro Edition 2012, comprising two microprocessors Xeon X5675 “Westmere-EP”, each composed of six cores running at 3.06GHz (at 3.46GHz in turbo mode) and 12MB of L3.

Comparing the current model specifications against last year, we have about processing ability, Mac Pro Edition 2013 has a microprocessor two generations ahead of the Mac Pro Edition 2012, a factor that many would consider a huge leap.

In the database have leaked the first results of the new Mac Pro 2013, which recorded a score of 23901, up from 21980 in Mac Pro 2012, representing an improvement of 8.74%.

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VR-Zone The claim not to be impressed by this level of improvement, but note that Geekbench does not reflect the vast improvement in graphics computing power and GPU accelerated computing will offer video card AMD (2X Tahiti XT2 , totaling 4096 + 6GB shader processors GDDR5/384 bits) that incorporates the new Mac Pro Edition 2013.

Link: Apple’s new Mac Pro benchmarks surface, impress none (VR-Zone)

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