Guys, I've been adding this up and it looks like the Mac Pro is cheap as chips. No, this isn't a troll post. The D700 GPU is the FirePro W9000, according to loads of sources. I've written the specs and how much/where you can buy the equivalent hardware as a consumer. Okay, so let's go with the top-end Mac Pro spec. We've got: - 2.7GHz 12-core with 30MB of L3 cache = £2000 (http://goo.gl/xUWxKC) - 64GB (4 x 16GB) of 1866MHz DDR3 ECC (can't find this anywhere, any help?) - 1TB PCIe-based flash storage = £1500 (http://goo.gl/kBRM51) - Dual AMD FirePro D700 GPUs with 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM each = £5600 (http://goo.gl/Dsfsr2) So to custom-build a Mac Pro of the same spec, you'll be spending £9000+, vs Apple's £7779. AND your custom-build includes the following: - No RAM - No case - No motherboard - No power supply Have I added this up correctly, or is Apple's top-end Mac Pro the bargain of the century?