|Hard drive storage invites the power to increase the ability to utilize computer systems. The Seagate 160 GB hard drive gives Apple's Mac Pro the capacity to store a wide range of documents; cherished family and vacation photographs; and download favorite applications, games, music, and reading materials. El Capitan and Yosemite Operating Systems are already installed and ready to load. Maximize the use of an existing Mac Pro by upgrading the hard drive or replace a damaged hard drive to avoid replacing the entire computer system. A new hard drive in an existing system makes a positive impact and gives a refreshing new start to an old, electronic friend.|
- Expansion made easy
The easy-access interior of the Mac Pro feels like the well-organized workstation it is. No rat's nest of components here. You don't need to turn the system on its side or struggle to reach into awkward spaces to make changes. Just remove the side panel for instant access to everything. Slide out the processor tray to add memory. Slide out drive bays to add storage. Slide a simple bar to change up to four expansion cards at once. And with plenty of I/O ports both front and back, you'll have room for all your external devices.
- Tool-less PCI
When it's time to upgrade, a quick slide of the retention bar frees up the four expansion card slots for easy access. Thanks to a thumbscrew PCI bracket, you can swap out cards without any tools.
- Slide-in storage
The Mac Pro comes with four drive bays for an enormous amount of internal storage. For faster access to your data, you can also configure your Mac Pro with up to four solid-state drives. The bays are direct-attach and cable free, so it's easy to add or remove drives. Just attach the drive carrier to a drive and slide the drive into place. There are no connectors or cables to contend with. Lock the drives with the side door latch, and you're done.
- Snap-in memory
Install more memory in your Mac Pro in a snap. Literally. The easy-access interior lets you slide out the processor tray in one smooth motion, then simply snap new memory into place. You don't have to dig around inside the computer or wrestle with wires or cables.
- Front and back I/O
There are plenty of places to connect external devices to your Mac Pro.
- Powerfully efficient
The Mac Pro meets the stringent low power requirements set by the EPA, giving it ENERGY STAR qualification.
- Highly recyclable
The Mac Pro is built with a recyclable aluminum enclosure. Aluminum is very desirable to recyclers, which means the raw materials used in the Mac Pro can be reused in other products. Apple also simplified the internal design, replacing over 6 feet of cables with more material-efficient connectors that allow easy disassembly at end of life. In addition, one of the few remaining plastic assemblies in the Mac Pro is made from postconsumer recycled plastic.
|Product Family ||Mac Pro|
|Video Output Interface||PCI Express|
|Motherboard I/O Ports||FireWire (IEEE1394a) x 2, FireWire (IEEE1394b) x 2, RJ45 Lan Port x 2, USB 1.1 x 2, USB 2.0 x 5|
|Bus Speed||1330 MHz|
|Expansion Bays||2 x 3.5" (External Access), 2 x 5.25" (External Access), 4 x 3.5" (Internal Access), 4 x 3.5" Third-Height (internal Access)|
|Expansion Slots||PCI Express x16 x 1, PCI x 3|
|Hard Drive Interface||Serial ATA|
|RAM Technology||DDR2 SDRAM|
|RAM Max Supported Size||32GB|
|RAM Memory Slots Qunatity||8 x DIMMs|
|Max. Cache Memory||8MB|
|Video Outputs||DVI x 1, DVI x 2, Mini-VGA|
|Audio Input||Line In (3.5mm), Stereo Input Jack|
|Audio Output||Analog Audio, Headphones, Line out, Speaker(s)|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet|
|Networking Type||Integrated Dual 10/100/1000 Network Card|
|Release Date||August, 2006|
|Other Features||64bit Ready, Virtualization Technology|