The trade name assigned for Apple workstations is Mac Pro. Though it is operated on Xeon microprocessors, it is like the Power Mac G5. Apple has modified the Power Mac G5 so as to enhance its outside and expansion potential. Amongst all Apple computers Mac Pro is the quickest. Plus in the 3 Macintosh computers Mac Pro is one along with iMac and Mac Mini. In the very beginning Mac Pro was based on Xeon Woodcrest processors which are dual core. Next to that, the dual Quad-core Xeon brand was released named Clovertown. Still this was followed by Harpertown brand which also was dual Quad-core Xeon. The present machine has Intel Xeon processors. They run on Westmere microarchitecture of Nehalem. This model possesses alternatives of up to twelve processing cores, up to four 2TB hard disk drives or 512GB solid state drives and ATI Radeon HD 5770/5870 graphics. Prior to the launch of Mac Pro it was guessed that some sort of Intel-based restoration will be brought in by Apple for the Power Mac G5.
All the rest of the devices such as iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook and MacBook Pro were improvised to Intel-based architecture excluding Power Mac G5 which still was based on PowerPC. Lots of stories were spread about the renovation of Power Mac G5 and its varied probable internal configurations running on variety of chipsets. But when just prior to the 2006 WWDC Intel released a new Core 2-based Xeon machine, it became quite clear that Apple's system will present it although it was a fluke. Apple Workstations i.e. Mac Pro is like the other Unix computers such as the earlier generated by Sun Microsystems. Apple all the time proclaims itself as authority in non-linear digital copy for HD video albeit it is not that powerful in that specific kind of technology. The videos demand far more storage capacity and memory than a general desktop computer. Nevertheless by and large, Mac Pro is well accepted due to its good performance, realistic expansion capacity, soundless process and level of design although Intel's Xeon platform has not been created for general function.
Mac Pro consists of 1 to 2 processors having cores ranging from four, eight to twelve. These processors back up Hyper-Threading which replicate the amount of cores efficaciously. Yet another quality of the current Mac Pro is the Turbo Boost technology of Intel which accelerates the clock rate of a core dramatically at breaks of 133 MHz when the temperature of CPU is less than average. Memory of the recent Mac Pro is 1066 MHz for usual systems. Bandwidth is 8GB/s with a usual setting of a single FB-DIMM which can be enhanced up to 16 GB/s with installation of 2 FB-DIMMs on each of the buses. Regarding hard drives Mac Pro can house 4 3.5 SATA-300 hard drives which can be lodged in separate trays or sleds. Every computer offers a set of four such trays. The drive is attached to the computer merely by keeping it in the personal drive slot and hence the machine doesn't require joined cables. A case lock has been provided on the rearside of the machine to hold the disk sleds perfectly. Apparenly the Apple workstations are highly efficacious computers manufactured imagining all the wants of the users.