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2019 Mac Pro Unboxing & First Impressions!

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Apple last week finally launched its long-awaited 2019 Mac Pro, providing its professional user base with the high-end high-throughput modular machine they've always hoped for.
We picked up a base model ‌Mac Pro‌ and in our latest ESvid video, we unbox it and share some initial first impressions.
Read more - www.macrumors.com/2019/12/17/mac-pro-hands-on/
This video is sponsored by OWC. For more information on OWC and the new Mercury Elite Pro Dock, click the link below!
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MacRumors
MacRumors Hace 2 meses
EDIT: all 12 slots of RAM *CAN* be used at one time but it still needs to be all one module of either LRDIMM OR RDIMM.
Jahir Jahirusen.
Jahir Jahirusen. Hace 8 días
Jahir
Anonymous Freak
Anonymous Freak Hace 2 meses
Might want to add an annotation about that in video - that is an obviously wrong and odd statement.
ldg_ 7th
ldg_ 7th Hace 2 meses
MacRumors I’ll be getting this new Mac Pro, I still have my 2008’ Mac Pro (I paid $5,000.00 for the computer and $999.00 per Screen of which I have two) with 16GB RAM running OS X Sierra, this will be a great upgrade for me with the new Mac Pro. Programs I currently use : Pro Audio : LOGIC PRO X 10.3.4 Reason 10 Komplete 10 UAD Plugins (All) SoundToys Plugins (All) WaveArts Plugins (All) Pro Digital Art : Final Cut Pro X 10.3.4 Blackmagic Design Resolve 15 Pixologic ZBRUSH 2019’ Cinema 4D Autodesk Suite Entertainment Creation 2011 {Maya, Mudbox & Sketchbook Pro} Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 Master Collection Corel Painter 12 Harmony/Toon Boom Digital Drawing Tablets : Wacom Cintiq & Intous *All the same software installed on my mid-2010’ MacBook Pro 💻 running High Sierra 10.13 & a 2015’ 5K iMac 🖥 running Mojave. **Never had to purchase any anti-virus software for any of my Macs. I’m glad that this new Mac Pro will actually be modular and have PCIe slots like my 2008’. Gonna Max it out and be done with it, hopefully it’ll last me 10/11 years like my original did. Good job apple. TheGift of7™️ #MuSétiś™ #MusicSurroundsUs©
Peteonthebeat
Peteonthebeat Hace 9 días
Thank you for this excellent piece of content! I really appreciated the information, the production quality and of course the crispy b roll!
Steve Steele
Steve Steele Hace un mes
There is a misconception that the low end config is a bad buy. Not true. Audio workstations (DAWs) mostly only work off of the CPU while the GPU is doing basically nothing other than some OS calls. (I’ve personally tested and documented this at length). Also, again for audio workstations a 256GB m.2 isn’t the worst since most of these workstations will only use a handful of apps and all audio files and sample libraries are stored on external drives. Although I prefer high core counts with Vienna Ensemble Pro, the 8-core isn’t bad. The entry level Mac Pro will make a good audio workstation but the RAM should be upgraded to 96GBs to 192GBs depending on what you’re doing.
Michael Jeffrey Banzali
benchmarks for the base mac pro?
Gjetto Gjetto
Gjetto Gjetto Hace 2 meses
the Mac Pro is a half-saw and goes slower than a 2017 model ... it takes minimum 16/24 cores to beat the iMac pro a little ... Basic model: 8-core (both with 8-core processors) Mac Pro - Single core: 1008 - Multi core: 7606 iMac Pro - Single core: 1076 - Multi Core: 8120 Intermediate model: 12-core vs 10-core Mac Pro - Single core: 1095 - Multi core: 11646 iMac Pro - Single core: 1127 - Multi Core: 9593 Intermediate model: 16-core vs 14-core Mac Pro - Single core: 1107 - Multi core: 14451 iMac Pro - Single core: 1078 - Multi Core: 11319 Superior model: 24-core vs 18-core (iMac Pro stops at 18-core.) Mac Pro - Single core: 1096 - Multi core: 17733 iMac Pro - Single core: 1068 - Multi Core: 13194 (Geekbench)
QueFit
QueFit Hace 2 meses
I'm pretty surprised by the benchmarks of Mac Pro 2019: This is my Mac Pro 2012 (cost me around $650 only) Mac Pro 2x X5670 2.93GHz (12 Cores), 32GB RAM, ATI Radeon HD 5870 Benchmarks: Cinebench R20 CPU: 2946 Geekbench 5: SC 576 and MC 5747 Geekbench 4: SC 2720 and MC 23006 What are your thoughts?
Francis Srečko Fabian
I'd love to know what configuration I would need to run Logic Pro smoothly? My brother says that 1.5TB RAM is overkill. At $40KAUD I agree with him. But how much memory would be "more" than enough? How many cores etc? I am currently running 48GB RAM, 2 X 2TB SSDs & 6 cores (mid 2010 Mac Pro) and it's going "ok" but I have no thunderbolt, USB 3 or many inputs at all. Also, I can't go beyond High Sierra. So I do need to upgrade. I'm not keen on an iMac I would prefer a Mac Pro. So if anyone out there knows the answers to my questions I'd appreciate it. I am looking out for Logic experts to give this advice. So far, no luck. Cheers.
Cjon wickham
Cjon wickham Hace 2 meses
I got more for the buck than mac pro 2019 6k... most expensive parts are 8 to 28 core xeon case and ecc ram. For less than 4k I built sweet spot nzxt atx gunmetal mid case evga 1200w psu p2 sli x399 designare mobo 1920x threadripper artic freezer air cpu cooler 32gb corsair dominator 3600mhz ddr4 ram 11gb nvidia 1080 gpu for cuda 500gb samsung evo ssd 4tera hdd blue ray rw rom red dragon keyboard lg hero plus mouse 27 inch asus 1440p gsync and 25 inch asus 1080p freesync monitors windows 10 pro 64 usb workstation pro. Max out to threadripper 16 cpu 128gb 512gb ecc ram and 2 sli gpu nividia upgrades.But it be nice if I had both mac pro 2019 and threadripper 64...I used three platforms linux windows macos. Forget mac for 3d or gaming...or pc xeon or threadripper for gaming it's for 3d and render...i9/i7/ryzen single thread for gaming. Xeon or epyc for data or server
Xi Le
Xi Le Hace 2 meses
*How many 8k displays does a Mac Pro support?*
yeet my meat
yeet my meat Hace 2 meses
yes
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
After the dismissive way apple treated trashcan mac owners, with no upgrades in 7 years, for anything, gpu, cpu, ssd, ram, looks, ports. Apple added insult to injury, by taking it's ability away to use external GPU's in Mojave (except with hacks). I am highly skeptical of how Apple will support this Mac Pro. The good thing is the pcie, and ram slots, make depending on apple much less important. the warranty is weak at this price, most offer 3 years at home service for free. Some have said this is the last of xeons for this series before they move to a lower than 14nm, and pcie 4.0 mother board support. Hopefully Apple will upgrade as time goes. Nevertheless, it is refreshing Apple actually again made an easy to upgrade mac, like their pro macs, during steve Jobs days.
American Raj
American Raj Hace 2 meses
i want mac pro gaming
akagodofheaven
akagodofheaven Hace 2 meses
the SSD is not user upgradable and it uses proprietary size
Gabriel Sanchez
Gabriel Sanchez Hace 2 meses
I’ll be right back while I grate some cheddar! 😂
Steve George
Steve George Hace 2 meses
It would be good to know what large monitors can be easily used with it.
TxT Peer
TxT Peer Hace 2 meses
that AMD pro 580x loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
Mitch Leung
Mitch Leung Hace 2 meses
is it correct that u have to UNPLUG all cables before u can open and close the case?
Mitch Leung
Mitch Leung Hace 2 meses
Hmm that’s a bit clumsy than the previous modular Mac Pro
MacRumors
MacRumors Hace 2 meses
Unless you never put the case back on it. Yes
Vladimir Pupu Platter
Will it run Crysis?
gaza4543
gaza4543 Hace 2 meses
would also love to see a base line test before and after updgrades
gaza4543
gaza4543 Hace 2 meses
I wondering who the base model is actually aimed at. Im a product designer and to me other the graphics card (could be wrong) looks to be more than powerful enough for the vast majority of people
THERUBBISHPCKID
THERUBBISHPCKID Hace 2 meses
Cpu upgrade?
Bubblegummonsters
Bubblegummonsters Hace 2 meses
As cool as it is to lift of the case I don't understand why they didn't stick with the side lifting off. A lot of people have their computer under their desk and it's handy to just remove the side to click in a new graphics card or ram rather than having to lift the whole thing out. I'm guess it's so you can clean the fans easier when dust starts to occur.
Евгений Мокрушин
What is this cooler on the other site? What is it cooling?
Dying OldMan
Dying OldMan Hace 2 meses
You seriously don't need it belive me
Windsurfer LA
Windsurfer LA Hace 2 meses
The case, cooling and motherboard design is off the charts awesome. And all said and done this is a lavishly well designed and manufactured computer. The only big fly in the soup is that this chassis was build with upgradability in mind. It has the physical space and cooling capacity for that. The problem lies in the choice of Intel for CPUs. Intel's FCLGA3647 socket is at a dead end with these Xeon-W 14nm Cascade Lake chips being end of line. AMD is already there was ECC capable workstation chips with 7nm and PCIe 4.0. So the computer is ungradable, but not to the extent of upgrading into CPU refreshes in the same way if it had been designed with a TRX40 chipset motherboard. It is still a pretty awesome bit of kit right now however for someone wanting this kind of performance.
Morgan Whaley
Morgan Whaley Hace 2 meses
Great video, Dan. Thanks!
Allan Sh
Allan Sh Hace 2 meses
Does Pro XDR work in Boot Camp Windows?
Retro YT
Retro YT Hace un mes
I think it does.
Trusteft
Trusteft Hace 2 meses
I have to say I don't understand why anyone would buy the base model of this in anything other than RAM. Still, thanks for the video.
Trusteft
Trusteft Hace 2 meses
@Casey Penk The RAM can be easily upgraded and much cheaper, by the user, so ordering with the base ram is normal. That's what I said.
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
Personally I think RAM is the required upgrade. It’s relatively cheap and makes a world of difference for this machine’s intended use cases (such as video editing).
manofalltrades
manofalltrades Hace 2 meses
Nice but too expensive!
Avieshek
Avieshek Hace 2 meses
You can return your machine as you wouldn't be detaching parts like iFixit - And, you could've gone for a higher model while it's not necessary to keep, benchmark and Nobody has to know.
Nonah Yobusiness
Nonah Yobusiness Hace 2 meses
$6000 USD for the base model? I have been a dedicated Mac user since the mid 90s. I recommend every Mac user read "The Emperor's New Clothes" before you purchase a Mac Pro. Apple has officially jumped over Fonzi jumping over the shark.
ldg_ 7th
ldg_ 7th Hace 2 meses
Nonah Yobusiness I’ll be getting this new Mac Pro, I still have my 2008’ Mac Pro (I paid $5,000.00 for the computer and $999.00 per Screen of which I have two) with 16GB RAM running OS X Sierra, this will be a great upgrade for me with the new Mac Pro. Programs I currently use : Pro Audio : LOGIC PRO X 10.3.4 Reason 10 Komplete 10 UAD Plugins (All) SoundToys Plugins (All) WaveArts Plugins (All) Pro Digital Art : Final Cut Pro X 10.3.4 Blackmagic Design Resolve 15 Pixologic ZBRUSH 2019’ Cinema 4D Autodesk Suite Entertainment Creation 2011 {Maya, Mudbox & Sketchbook Pro} Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 Master Collection Corel Painter 12 Harmony/Toon Boom Digital Drawing Tablets : Wacom Cintiq & Intous *All the same software installed on my mid-2010’ MacBook Pro 💻 running High Sierra 10.13 & a 2015’ 5K iMac 🖥 running Mojave. **Never had to purchase any anti-virus software for any of my Macs. I’m glad that this new Mac Pro will actually be modular and have PCIe slots like my 2008’. Gonna Max it out and be done with it, hopefully it’ll last me 10/11 years like my original did. Good job apple. TheGift of7™️ #MuSétiś™ #MusicSurroundsUs©
Luis Yax
Luis Yax Hace 2 meses
No longer a Mac sucker!
tipoomaster
tipoomaster Hace 2 meses
Could you try adding a non-MPX GPU and seeing if everything fits? Haven't seen this tested yet
D-One
D-One Hace 2 meses
Check other channels, it fits perfectly, the case is huge.
Macintosh Fan
Macintosh Fan Hace 2 meses
Awesome, a powerful machine!
Jason Chin
Jason Chin Hace 2 meses
I thought 9to5mac and macrumors will be spec up Mac Pro to the top
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
Specialty news sites don’t have $50k to blow on a machine they will never use to its full potential.
Hiluxtaco
Hiluxtaco Hace 2 meses
$6,000 for the base model, and there is zero dust protection??
Yogananda Das
Yogananda Das Hace 2 meses
I wonder if Apple and OCULUS VR finally resolved incompatibility issues? Meaning, without having to use Bootcamp. etc. Seems quite important to be compatible with new VR technologies.
Chris Wu
Chris Wu Hace 2 meses
MacRumors is my go to apple news site, keep up the good work
Green Meanie
Green Meanie Hace 2 meses
So you bought the config that everyone says not to buy on your FORUM LOL
gaza4543
gaza4543 Hace 2 meses
actually, it's kind of refreshing as we'll get to see a baseline as to how it performs enabling would purchase to clearly see what and what wouldn't be of benefit Edit and not to mention people like to spend your money faster than water can flow
Rajat verma
Rajat verma Hace 2 meses
Gecko ya thanks for correcting !
Gecko
Gecko Hace 2 meses
@Rajat verma It only supports 1TB of RAM since the base 8-core only supports 1TB of RAM. The 24-Core and 28-Core support up to 2TB.
Rajat verma
Rajat verma Hace 2 meses
Well, he is a video editor. He can easily upgrade and add More ram, GPU, and of course the After burner card. 50k for this machine is just shows what “Apple charges for maxing out” You can easily add 1 TB ram on your own and save 8-10k alone.
Rodney Dangerfield
Rodney Dangerfield Hace 2 meses
Per the video above, upgrades are on their way!
Jeff Kelley
Jeff Kelley Hace 2 meses
I thought the SSD was paired to the T2 chip and therefore not user-upgradeable?
ERIC & CINDY Crowder
One should realize, the so called SSD is not really an SSD. It’s just a card with Flash chips. The SSD controller is inside the Apple T2. There’s still a little confusion if anyone after market will make flash storage cards that will work.
Windsurfer LA
Windsurfer LA Hace 2 meses
@Casey Penk Gosh. T2 for data security... Really? And there was me thinking that the T2 chip on the SSD was to force customers to buy Apple SSDs and to prevent people building Hackintoshes. LOL.
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
Nonah Yobusiness This is for data security purposes. The SSD is encrypted by the T2 chip.
Windsurfer LA
Windsurfer LA Hace 2 meses
Indeed... looking on the OWC website, they are not offering SSD upgrades on any other exisiting Mac models which use M.2 SSDs with embedded T2 chips, so this MacRumors video is potentially misleading in suggesting the OWC will be offering SSD upgrades. Maybe SSD upgrades to fit in a internal dock, or external drive upgrades. But I suspect not M.2 drives going straight into the motherboard.
Nonah Yobusiness
Nonah Yobusiness Hace 2 meses
@MacRumors Wow. Seriously? Wtf is Apple thinking? Fail.
Pika pika
Pika pika Hace 2 meses
*Cheese Grater*
David Jacobs
David Jacobs Hace 2 meses
Pika pika 🥱🥱
Bravest Bullfighter
Bravest Bullfighter Hace 2 meses
Someone forgot leg day. Those are the wimpiest ugliest legs ever.
Stanly ok
Stanly ok Hace 2 meses
Would be great if someone got that Pegasus MPX module with 4 drive RAID ((=
Stanly ok
Stanly ok Hace 2 meses
@2:30 1.5TB can only be LR DIMM so you’ll have to eventually replace your stock sticks if you started with base/lower RAM capacity. What’s truly interesting is to know if motherboards are same for all configurations and if eventually you can also up the CPU
Hi-Fi Insider
Hi-Fi Insider Hace 2 meses
pls compare this performance with imac pro.
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
For the base model performance is similar.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
Apple should have brought back optical digital out like the powermac G5, Mac Pro towers, and older Macbook Pro for musicians and studios.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@ldg_ 7th the great thing about optical out was that it was basically latency free and did not transmit digital noise from the computer itself it was just ones in zeros to and from the computer. When used in studios with digital mixers the mixer was the DAC bypassing the Mac internal dac which actually was not that bad in many of their laptops and desktops along with respectable headphone amps. I believe mynmac pro has Mic is loo one in headphone out line out optical in and optical out FireWire usba and dual Ethernet basically a power Mac g5. The good thing is some have been successful with tb3 cards. Nvme ssds. Usbc and 3. Later video cards through the pcie slots. Bad thing is CPU is not overclockable and the 12 core Xeon at 3.42 is the fastest it will ever be..still respectable even today Www.barefeats.com Regularly tests it against the latest macs
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@Casey Penk actually is still is the standard. For many professionals in audio. It's not a pay to play format. Coax or optical 24/48 to 24/96 to 24/192 It has been natively supported for decades in osx. And most pro studio. Video and audio gear. A lot of the formats which are for profit just add dsp etc. And the optical is simply one way to transmit it. HDMI a Because of copy protection and USB a are probably used more by consumers to transmit and receive latency free digital audio from one device to another. Many digital DVD gud bluray have ditched the jacks to save money and instead use HDMI fog everything.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@Casey Penk those are patented licensed money making esp efx mainly for. Movies. And to have something new added to sell new receivers speakers tv's. Every decade Dolby and others have something else. I used it strictly for pro audio studio use creating editing although it does support optical out for blue ray DVD etc and some Dolby tech. Along with others.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@Dysfunctional Wombat yea I use them with a digital mixer to replace a sound card and for live mixing and logic garageband daw integration. Also it's great for older higher quality non HDMI receivers and sound design and other pro audio gear. No doubt you can use some adapter or dongle but you should not have to as this was an included feature they took away. And made apple pro laptops and desktops stand out from basically all others.
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
Optical digital out doesn’t support modern audio formats like Dolby Atmos so it is a non-starter for industry professionals.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
For the 6K XDR monitor. I am surprised it's not 8K at that price like other monitors, and Samsung and LG OLED and QLED tv's. The main reason is they talked so much about editing 8K video (on a 6K screen?). They said nothing about editing 6K Panasonic SH1, Pocket Cinema 6K. Nothing. Dell has been at 8K for years, no HDR though, on sale now for $3500, or 3 and a half Apple monitor stands.
Gecko
Gecko Hace 2 meses
@Tigerex966 Yeah, I didnt' mention it since; Needs two cabels to power it (literally, you need 2x DP v1.4) No HDR 400 nits Stop liking your comments, its pathetically cringy.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@Gecko the 8k dell is a computer monitor, thats been out for years, www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/dell-ultrasharp-32-8k-monitor-up3218k/apd/210-alez/monitors-monitor-accessories?ref=p13n_ena_pdp_vv&c=us&cs=04&l=en&s=bsd but you are correct about most tv's though in most cases aside from crt's which have virtually no lag.
Gecko
Gecko Hace 2 meses
A TV has higher latency. A TV has higher contrast ratio. A TV has less accurate colours. A TV is easier to make due to it's size (more room to store tech)
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
Apple really went cheap bottom of the barrel on the specs of the $6000 base model. 256GB ssd, ouch. 4 year old 8GB radeon 580 (X is pointless) 32GB ram, really? I guess Apple figured they are losing money by allowing upgrades, so they added the price of upgrades, like 1 tb ssd, 16GB radeon Vega 11, 64GB ram, 14 core Xeon. And then decided not to give them to us, as punishment for demanding we should be able to upgrade our machines and repair them ourselves.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@Johnny Wynn true, hopefully adding a pcie nvme in a pcie slot will still boot and not conflict with the t2 chip.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@SxC97 even for a server more is better, even if not actually needed, for things like dual boot and more than one os, partitions, etc. but i get your point.
Johnny Wynn
Johnny Wynn Hace 2 meses
@Tigerex966 You'll just usually upgrade from the Get-Go. I Do agree 256GB seriously a laughable solution as the base model, 1TB SSD should be minimum. Upgrading the SSD is going to be a bit difficult since it's Registered with the T2 Chip for security Situations. It's a Marketing Business decision tho
SxC97
SxC97 Hace 2 meses
@Tigerex966 If you are buying this for a workstation where all of your work files are stored on a server, you don't need the extra storage and would rather just save the money upfront. I agree with you on everything else though.
Tigerex966
Tigerex966 Hace 2 meses
@SxC97 256gb at $6000 is not fine for anyone beside an extreme few Even their cheaper MacBook Pro iMac pro have way more. But as you say some workflows can probably get by with 64gb for the is app and that's about it Everything else who be on different extra cost storage. At least it is removable for security and serving unlike the laptops and Mac mini. Not sure about the iMac pro
Ben Howard
Ben Howard Hace 2 meses
A 85 Pound Cheese Greater
David Jacobs
David Jacobs Hace 2 meses
🥱🥱🥱
jj
jj Hace 2 meses
$50,000 grater.
whatever8282828
whatever8282828 Hace 2 meses
There is no way the box was 85 pounds.
whatever8282828
whatever8282828 Hace 2 meses
@David Jacobs Why would he say something obviously wrong? He did it a lot in the video!
David Jacobs
David Jacobs Hace 2 meses
whatever8282828 why would he lie?
Obye
Obye Hace 2 meses
How did you get the Mac Pro?
Casey Penk
Casey Penk Hace 2 meses
I’m surprised they didn’t send you one for free, but I guess that’s what you get for not being a consistently adoring fan like many tech ESvidrs.
Obye
Obye Hace 2 meses
MacRumors nice
MacRumors
MacRumors Hace 2 meses
We bought it
EvilUmpire
EvilUmpire Hace 2 meses
Can the case be removed without unplugging the cables at the back of the machine? It doesn't look like it can.
XTJ7
XTJ7 Hace 2 meses
@Applecompuser Yes, you are correct. I was aware that you could install additional SSD storage via PCIe (not the proprietary m.2 mounts though), but I would have expected Apple to prevent you to boot from it. To my surprise, luckily they don't. That is fantastic news, so while you cannot replace the SSD yourself, you can add another one in and use that instead. Which is essentially the next best thing :)
Applecompuser
Applecompuser Hace 2 meses
XTJ7 -Thats not fully accurate. snazzy Labs installed another ssd and when done properly, you can select which drive to boot from.
XTJ7
XTJ7 Hace 2 meses
@Douglas Novo That is the correct answer. CPU was not tied to the T2 chip in any previous mac, the SSD was, however and supposedly is for this one as well. That means when MacRumors says they will be upgrading the RAM and SSD, they may come to regret ordering the 256 GB SSD. Yes, you can expend the storage with additional SSDs inside (if you buy the expensive Pegasus drive enclosure, because while the Mac does have SATA ports, the power is a proprietary connector and the adapter is currently only sold with the Pegasus enclosure), but you will not be able to replace the existing SSD that easily due to the T2 chip. If they manage to prove Apple wrong and somehow manage to upgrade the internal SSD anyways, that would be fantastic as Apples upgrade prices for that are quite ridiculous :)
Douglas Novo
Douglas Novo Hace 2 meses
Mac Swagdaddy Not true. That applies to the SSD storage.
Gecko
Gecko Hace 2 meses
@Mac Swagdaddy So it's equally useless?
KMSMista
KMSMista Hace 2 meses
wake me up when apple makes a threadripper version. I'm not fond of paying 7k dollars for a processor that the 2k dollar threadripper beats.
kt cool
kt cool Hace 2 meses
You can buy a 28 core Xeon for $4000.
kt cool
kt cool Hace 2 meses
@Kevin Nguyen 32 core epyc cost around $3000 to $4000.
Wojciech Lukasz Kaszuba
@Charles Beggs the xeon alone can be that expensive www.cpu-world.com/Price_Compare/Server_CPU_prices_(latest).html
Charles Beggs
Charles Beggs Hace 2 meses
You’re paying 2k just for a CPU, whereas that 7k you’re talking about is for the whole computer.
Kevin Nguyen
Kevin Nguyen Hace 2 meses
Threadripper != Xeons. EPYC = Xeons.
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