Spec PDF says Mac Pro early 2008 or later / MacPro3,1 or later with PCI Express 2.0, and 10.8.3 or later. Supports Boot Camp, so would assume EFI allows boot screens.
Maybe they were all just waiting for 10.8.3 to come out? Either way, it's interesting. MSRP $600.
Newegg has them on pre-order with a 4/8/2013 release date (just so happens to be the first real day of NAB "showroom" activity):
The new Mac-Pro debuting at NAB? That would interesting.
If the specs indicated PCI express 3.0 that would have been interesting. The card is probably 3.0, but there is no 3.0 Mac Pros.
Some 680s are 2x 6-pin. The MSI 680 4Gb Twin Frozr is one... if you can find one in stock.
can anyone tell how the power connectors are configured? I thought 680's all had one six pin and one 8 pin connector, but the 360 spin image on evga's site makes it look like this model has 2x 6 pin sockets . . . . .
if I can power this without an 8 pin connection, I might bite.
Wonder if this card will be PCIe ver. 2.0 in bootcamp? And, if you can copy the bios onto an original EVGA GTX680 SC card, which is what it is based upon?
And I would guess that it will have a 512K EEPROM chip if it is like K5000 for Mac which uses this "Double Wide" size to hold it's rom which is larger then the 256K chip that comes on PC K5000.
So no copying from the Mac Edition to existing PC versions? PCIe ver. 2.0 in bootcamp and a boot menu is somethibg I would pay to get...