|Dec 4, 2012, 10:05 PM||#1|
2013 MacPro CPU and GPU
Just out of pure curiosity, will the new MacPros use SandyBridge E processors or will there be something else? Also, if Apple has chosen to stick with Nvidia, is it possible well see 7 series GPU's in there? If so, I might hold off the iMac and see what's in store for this lineup.
Edit: I know they'll either use Sandy Bridge E / Ivy Bridge E, but I was wondering if most of you thought it would be higher probability that SB-E will be used over IB-E.
As for the GPU's, I know they'll use some form of GPU form AMD/Nvidia, but I know the MacPro has lacked power in the GPU area for some time. I would be greatly disappointed if the MacPros used AMD 7 series cards when the 8 series are about to be released. That is all.
Last edited by alksion; Dec 8, 2012 at 01:48 PM.
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