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Mac Pro Memory Upgrades From NEMIX RAM™ The Mac Pro is Apple's most powerful and most upgradeable computer. Throughout the various generations of the product, Apple has maintained the ability to upgrade the ram in the Mac Pro to help improve performance. At NEMIX RAM™, we offer 100% Apple Mac Pro compatible ram upgrades that are cost. Testing conducted by Apple in November 2019 using preproduction 2.5GHz 28-core Intel Xeon W-based Mac Pro systems with 384GB of RAM and dual AMD Radeon Pro Vega II Duo graphics with 64GB of HBM2 each; and shipping 2.3GHz 18-core Intel Xeon W-based 27-inch iMac Pro systems with 256GB of RAM and Radeon Pro Vega 64X graphics with 16GB of HBM2, as.

Description

Mac Pro 2006-2007
8 Slots
DDR2-667Mhz

The Mac Pro DDR2 series (667Mhz) uses a type of memory called an FB-DIMM. There are eight (8) slots, and the FB-DIMMs are installed in pairs (2x at a time). In order to run 256 Bit Addressing modules are installed in two matched pairs (4x identical modules). The original 1GB is installed as a pair of two 512mb FB-DIMMs. The system maximum is 32GB with the installation of eight (8) 4GB FB-DIMMs. All our Mac Pro DIMMs are Error-correcting Code (ECC) memory.

Heat Sinks: Ramjet uses the only heat sink certified by Apple for use in the Mac Pro. Other brands use heat sink types that cause overheating leading to increased fan usage and slower performance. Our heat sink runs 7 degrees cooler than the folded plate design, and 15 degrees cooler than the flat spreader design of heat sink.
Matched Modules: Ramjet kits contain a matched set of DIMMs. The kit consists of identical brand/model/spec IC's, with matching batch numbers. Our memory will also mate perfectly with Apple original DIMMs.

PC2-5300, DDR2-667, 667Mhz, Dual Rank, Latency 5-5-5, ECC, Fully-Buffered, 128x72, 1.8V, 240pin FB-DIMMs.

Installation

Your Mac Pro 1.1 Memory has two memory-riser cards, each holding four memory slots, giving you a total of eight slots in your machine. Out of the box, your Mac Pro comes with at least two 512MB FB-DIMMs, each one installed in the first two slots, totaling 1GB of DDR2 667Mhz memory. Ramjet has tested a maximum of 32GB for this model (4GBx8.)

Watch our installation video:
or click here for Apple's installation guide (PDF).

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New Use for Old Macs - Plex!

For long time Mac users, iTunes became the default media server for all your movies, television shows, music, home videos, and the like. It worked decently enough, but the user really had to take the time to manage file information, metadata, album or movie artwork, and much more.

Plex

A much better solution has gained widespread adoption over the last few years, and that is Plex. Plex does what iTunes does, serving up your content over your network, but it does so much more, and it does it so much better.

Old Mac

Do you have an older Mac sitting around with nothing to do? You have to really watch those old Macs, they get lazy if you don’t tell them what to do! Why not repurpose that Mac to be a Plex media server?

OS X Minimum Requirements

The biggest software requirement for an older Mac to become a Plex media server is that it has to run Mac OS 10.8 or later, otherwise known as Mountain Lion.

If Older Than Mountain Lion, Try Linux

If you have an older Mac that does not run Mac OS 10.8, you could install Linux on the machine and run a Plex media server that way. Ubuntu 10.04 can be run on many older Macs, and will make a fine server. And you know you always wanted to play around with Linux a little, right? Here is your chance!

Meta Heaven

A Plex media server does something really cool that we only wish Apple’s iTunes did: it takes care of all the meta data for you. It will scour the internet to provide movie descriptions, album artwork, keep television series tagged correctly for season and episodes, provide album data for your music, and much more.

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Running a large media library via a Plex server is no problem. Simply connect a large external hard drive, or even a RAID, to your Mac, configure Plex to look on that drive, and your all set. Even cooler? Any time you add something new, Plex will update your library automatically at a set interval. (I have mine set to once an hour).

While we all love Apple and Apple products, we also live in a world with numerous other technologies. Smart TVs, Android, Windows, Playstation 3 and 4, the Xbox, Amazon Fire TV, and ROKU (just to name a few). And everything listed above is compatible with running the Plex client software, which is what you will use to enjoy all your content!

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The new Apple TV (forth generation) has a Plex client you can download, so if you are an only-Apple technology household, you can still take advantage of the better Plex media server. (One caveat: iTunes purchased content cannot be played via Plex).

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2013 Mac Pro - Internal Storage

The 2013 Mac Pro will come standard with a Solid State Drive (SSD) connected via a PCIe port for faster data transfer rates as compared to standard SATA III. This is definitely one of the faster options that will be available on the market. The downside is the internal SSDs are of limited size. The base option is 256GB, configurable to 512GB or 1TB upon purchase. There is only one drive slot as well, so again, internal drive bay expansion is limited. This was a definite design decision on the part of Apple, however. They are pushing Thunderbolt peripherals very aggressively with this machine, the idea being you would just use Thunderbolt connected media for external bulk storage. The drive slot is user-accessible, so the drive can be upgraded or replaced after purchase.

There are no standard hard drives offered with the 2013 Mac Pro. The new Mac Pro will only use PCIe Flash Based Storage internally. It is fast, potentially up to 2.5 times faster than SATA based SSDs, and up to 10 times faster than a 7200 RPM SATA hard drive, but with only one slot, it is not particularly expandable. Upgrading to the relatively modest maximum 1TB of internal storage upon purchase will most likely be fairly expensive, though the drive slot being user-accessible makes it a possibility to wait and upgrade at a later date when PCIe SSD drives start to become more inexpensive.

Mac Pro Internal Storage Specs:

2013 Mac Pro2012 Quad-Core Mac Pro2012 12-Core Mac Pro
PCIe SSD x 1 slotFour 3.5-inch cable-free, direct-attach drive bays with built-in independent 3Gb/s Serial ATA channels; four internal drive carriers included
Up to 1TB of space via SSD PCIe Flash StorageUp to 12TB of internal storage in bays 1 through 4 using hard drives or solid-state drives
No optical drive18x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
One open optical drive bay for optional second SuperDrive

2013 Mac Pro SuperDrive

The new Mac Pro does not come with an optical drive internally. This should not present many problems with program installation as so many programs now are simply downloaded via the Mac App Store or other means online and no longer require installation disks. Unfortunately, for users who need to burn DVDs or CDs, they will need to use an external SuperDrive, connected via one of the many ports the 2013 Mac Pro offers on the back of the machine.


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2013 Mac Pro - Introduction

Apple announced the new revision for its 2013 Mac Pro line at the company's WWDC and provided more details at their keynote in October. Coming in December, the new Mac Pro boasts an all-new, substantially revamped design. Apple Mac Pro Memory, for example, will use a four channel memory controller at speeds of 1866MHz. Let's take a look at the new machine and compare it to its recent predecessors. Each individual user will have different needs for their machines, so we'll cover all the different components and let you be the judge as to how the 2013 Mac Pro will stack up for you.

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Pros and Cons

From the get go, the new machine looks radically different then previous modules of the Mac Pro (which shared a body design with the original G5 towers); the cylindrical design is a definite departure from previous models. At first glance, your initial question might be, “Where do I put my stuff?” With no obviously accessible panels or optical bays, it is a fair question to ask. So before we get into the core “pros and cons,' it is important to state from the onset that Apple intends for you to do most of your expansion externally through the Thunderbolt 2 ports on the back of the machine.
With that said, let's move on to the core components.

Aesthetic Footprint

Easily the most obvious change to the 2013 Mac Pro is its design. The overall footprint and weight of the machine has been noticeably decreased. The new design is much sleeker then its previous incarnation and a definite departure from standard PC builds. While this is definitely a plus to some users, there are downsides. With the smaller design, there is less room for internal upgrades. Compared to earlier Mac Pro models, there really is not much you can upgrade internally after purchase. This can be further exacerbated depending upon the peripherals you use. If you have already made the shift to Thunderbolt or USB 3.0, then this should be a minor concern; however, if you have been using mainly internal expansions (slots and drive bays), this can present numerous issues such as eSata compatibility, MIDI plug-ins, etc. Also, the sorts of peripherals available at release are still highly speculative, as Thunderbolt is still relatively new technology.

Dimension Specs:

2013 Mac Pro2012 Quad-Core Mac Pro2012 12-Core Mac Pro
9.9 x 6.6 inches20.1 x 8.1 x 18.7 inches20.1 x 8.1 x 18.7 inches

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2013 Mac Pro - Processor

The 2013 Mac Pro will be sporting the newest Intel Xeon E5 processor. Apple offers two base configurations, a quad-core and six-core, but the Mac Pro is configurable up to 12 cores upon purchase. The hyper-threading advances made in the chipset will allow users up to 24 virtual cores. There are not really a lot of downsides here; developers may potentially have a hard time coming up with applications to fully utilize the large amounts of horsepower this processor can put out.

Processor Specs:

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2013 Mac Pro2012 Quad-Core Mac Pro2012 12-Core Mac Pro
Intel Xeon E5One 3.2GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon W3565 processorTwo 2.4GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5645 processors
Quad-Core and 6-Core base models; configurable up to 12 coresTurbo Boost dynamic performance up to 3.46GHzTurbo Boost dynamic performance up to 2.67GHz
Hyper-Threading technology for up to 24 virtual coresHyper-Threading technology for up to 24 virtual cores

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2013 Mac Pro - Memory

The RAM for Mac Pro in the 2013 Mac Pro will use a 4 channel memory controller at 1866MHz DDR3 ECC RAM. The maximum capacity for memory in the machine at this point is 64GB, utilizing four 16GB sticks of RAM. The four slots offer 60 GB/s bandwidth - approximately double the bandwidth for the current aluminum models of Mac Pros! While the RAM is user upgradeable, the system has taken a step back on the number of slots. There are no models that offer more than four memory slots.


Mac Pro Memory Specs:

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Four-channel memory controller running at 1866MHz DDR3 ECC SDRAM1066 MHz DDR3 ECC SDRAM1333 MHz DDR3 ECC SDRAM
Four memory slots supporting up to 64GB of main memory using 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB DIMMsFour memory slots supporting up to 48GB of main memory using 2GB, 4GB, 8GB or 16GB DIMMsEight memory slots (four per processor) supporting up to 96GB of main memory using 2GB, 4GB, 8 GB or 16GB DIMMs


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2013 Mac Pro - Graphics and Display

The 2013 Mac Pro will offer dual AMD FirePro GPUs. These graphics processors are powerful and blazing fast. The base 4-core 2013 Mac Pro model will offer dual D300 graphics processors with 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM each, while the 6-core offers the D500 with 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM each. Each model can be configured higher, up to dual D700 graphics processors offering 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM with 3.5 teraflops performance. The graphics processors, combined the the Intel Xeon E5 processor, makes a combination so powerful, users will be able to run three “4K” ultra-high resolution streams simultaneously.

Due to the construction of the machine, the graphics processors are configurable only during purchase due to proprietary engineered components. The lack of expansion ability at a later date may be a downside to users who would prefer to upgrade and change out the video card at a later date, but the sheer power and performance of the graphics processor may deliver results for many years to come without the need to upgrade.

Graphics & Display Specs:

2013 Mac Pro2012 Quad-Core Mac Pro2012 12-Core Mac Pro
Dual AMD FirePro workstation-class GPUDouble-wide, 16-lane PCI Express 2.0 graphics slot
Configurable as Dual D300, D500, or D700 cardsOption to install two ATI Radeon HD 5770 cards
Supports up to three 4K displays and 6 Thunderbolt displaysSupport for up to six displays
Support for digital resolutions up to 2560x1600 pixels
Support for analog resolutions up to 2048x1536 pixels

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2013 Mac Pro - Expansion and Connections

When it comes to upgrade-ability, the 2013 Mac Pro has multiple external expansion ports. At release, it will ship with four USB 3.0 Ports, six Thunderbolt 2 ports, two Ethernet ports, and one HDMI port. The memory modules for the machine are user upgradeable, so some modifications are possible. Sadly, that is about the extent of the internal upgrade-ability, which falls short when compared to some of its predecessors. The limit of one SSD internally or not being able to add additional GPUs is a significant down side for some users. The new Mac Pro is essentially trading forward thinking design and the latest technology versus the ability to customize and upgrade your machine after purchase.

Mac Pro Expansion Specs:

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PCI Express Generation 3Three open full-length PCI Express expansion slots
Up to 40 GB/s of bandwidthOne PCI Express 2.0 x16 slot
This is the internal bus open only to memory, storage, and processor. All other expansion appears to be external.Two PCI Express 2.0 x4 slots
All slots provide mechanical support for 16-lane cards
300W combined maximum for all PCI Express slots

Mac Pro Connections and Audio Specs:

2013 Mac Pro2012 Quad-Core Mac Pro2012 12-Core Mac Pro
Six Thunderbolt 2 portsFour FireWire 800 ports (two on front panel, two on back panel)
Four USB 3.0 portsFive USB 2.0 ports (two on front panel, three on back panel)
Two USB 2.0 ports on included keyboard
Two Gigabit Ethernet portsFront-panel headphone mini-jack and internal speaker
Optical digital audio input and output TOSLINK ports
One HDMI v. 1.4 portAnalog stereo line-level input and output minijacks
Multichannel audio through Mini DisplayPort

Apple Mac Pro 2006

By and large, the 2013 Mac Pro offers a complete re-think on PC desktop design. Depending upon your use and the tasks you envision using your machine for, it could be an excellent option. Our biggest concerns with the new Mac Pro are the lack of user upgradeable components (a hallmark of its predecessors,) and the complete dependence on external media could represent hidden additional costs for the machine. Also, users who hoped for a Mac Pro that could be used as a server may be disappointed due to the lack of internal swapping available. However, the underlying technology looks very good. The processor architecture is solid, and the GPU will be readily supported by professional developers (easier updates for drivers.) So all in all, the new Mac Pro is a fair upgrade to a storied line of machines.

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