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Mac Pro Server
Mac Pro is now available in a configuration preloaded with Mac OS X server. It comes with a One 3.2GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor, 8GB of memory, two 1TB 7200-rpm hard drives, and an unlimited-client license of Mac OS X server. Or configure it with a processor, memory, and storage options you need.
Mac Pro Mountain Lion Server
- One 3.2GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor
- 8GB (four 2GB) memory
- ATI Radeon HD 5770 with 1GB GDDR5
- 2 x 1TB hard drive
- 18x double-layer SuperDrive
- Three open full-length PCI Express expansion slots
- 2 x Mini DisplayPort and 1 x DVI (dual-link) port
- Convenient front and rear I/O and dual Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting a variety of devices
- AirPort Extreme 802.11n & Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
- Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and Apple Mouse
- Optional Processor, Hard Drive, RAID, and Graphics expansion
- OS X Lion Server
$55 per week**
Mac Pro Server options:
Why a customised Mac?
Some software packages - such as professional video or image applications - may recommend or require more memory and faster processors. Hard-core gamers may want to max out the memory or graphics capabilities.
In addition to helping you meet software requirements, maxing out your Mac can also help to make you more productive. For example, additional memory can let you do more things simultaneously - and have the computer work faster - when you get busy. People with large media collections will want the largest hard drives available.
Faster processor - high speed. The processor is the brains of your Mac. Every second, it completes the billions of calculations needed to perform every computing task. Most Mac models feature the Intel Core 2 Duo family of processors, with twin processor cores that pack twice the power of a standard processor in the same space.
More memory - work quickly. RAM (Random Access Memory) is the memory your Mac uses to run software applications and store frequently accessed data. Adding RAM improves the performance of your entire experience: opening and working with large files; using the Finder and other elements of Mac OS X; and running graphics, audio, video, and scientific applications. In addition, more RAM speeds up your computer when you have lots of applications open at the same time.
Larger Drive - more room. The hard drive is where your Mac stores all your data when you're not using it. The capacity of a hard drive, measured in gigabytes, or GB, tells you how much room you have to store your files and applications. A typical application today may take 10 to 50 megabytes (MB); photos may take up about 2-4MB each; graphics files can occupy more than 100MB; and video files are often many gigabytes in size.
Graphics processor - everything looks better. A graphics processor is simply a processor dedicated to turning huge amounts of data into graphics and video output. By taking this task away from the main processor, a graphics processor also makes the entire system faster and more responsive.