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12-core Mac Pro (Mid 2010)

12-core Mac Pro (Mid 2010)
alaScore 84

3 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. There are some negative views about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the 12-core Mac Pro (Mid 2010) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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The 12-core Mac Pro is certainly not for everyone. It is expensive and unimpressive when performing everyday computing tasks. However, for anyone who makes a living working on high-end applications that can use and abuse the 24 virtual cores, the...

The new Westmere processors support Intel's Hyper Threading technology that can offer twice as many virtual cores (24 in this case) to applications that can make use of them. The processors also use TurboBoost technology to power down those extra cores...

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The differences between the recently released Mac Pros and the 2009 models they replace are minimal, an update really, with graphics and processor speeds brought up to 2010 standards. If there is one new specification that sets this generation apart...

The 12-core Mac Pro is certainly not for everyone. It is expensive and unimpressive when performing everyday computing tasks. However, for anyone who makes a living working on high-end applications that can use and abuse the 24 virtual cores, the...

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12-core Mac Pro (Mid 2010)

 

The differences between the recently released Mac Pros and the 2009 models they replace are minimalâ€"an update, really, with graphics and processor speeds brought up to 2010 standards. If there is one new specification that sets this generation apart...

The differences between the recently released Mac Pros and the 2009 models they replace are minimal—an update, really, with graphics and processor speeds brought up to 2010 standards. If there is one new specification that sets this generation apart...

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