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  1. Hi guys, Putting my maxed-out Mac Pro 5,1 up for sale: Specs: - 12-Core 3.46 GHz Intel Xeon - 64 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 - MacVidCards Flashed NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12GB - Sonnet 4x USB3 PCI Card - Sonnet Tempo dual SSD PCI Card - 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD Bootdrive - 1TB Samsung 850 Pro SSD RAID (900MB/s) Geekbench 5.0.4 Scores: - Single-Core: 657 - Multi-Core: 6179 - Metal Score: 35840 - OpenCL Score: 41816 As you can see by the benchmark numbers, she's a beast, incredibly stable, and gives me smooth 25fps real-time playback of 4k 16-bit Linear Sony Raw footage (which is seriously hefty material) in Davinci Resolve. And flies through edits in FCPX. I've put three 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSDs inside, one for a fast boot drive (to hold the OS and all Applications) and the other two in a RAID via a Sonnet Tempo Dual SSD PCI Card, which gives 829MB/s Write and 997MB/s Read times, and allows for seamless playback of 4k Prores and Cinema DNG Raw up to 60fps, and Uncompressed 4k 4:2:2 streams up to 30fps. There's also a four port Sonnet USB3 PCI card for high-speed data transfers. The Mac Video Cards Flashed 12GB Nvidia Titan X is the highest performing CUDA-enabled GPU that you can use with the 5,1 Mac Pros. It work beautifully, gives you access to the Mac Boot Screen, and it also allows for OpenCL and Metal-based processing (which gives you the most versatility possible for software rendering options). Located in Melbourne, Australia, but happy to ship worldwide. If you have any questions or would like a shipping quote, feel free to get in touch. $2,250 USD / $3,200 AUD + Shipping Cheers, Mark
  2. Back to black. (Finally.) The computer will set you back $5000. At least. The maxed out model will then be what – $12,000? More than $10,000 for sure, I should think. Lovely thingy. Appearing in stores in December. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a38_qR-S8Yo https://www.apple.com/imac-pro/
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