APPLE MAC PRO (2009) MEMORY
Introducing the new 2009 Mac Pro available with the Intel Xeon “Nehalem” processor, the new Mac Pro is updated with the latest Turbo Boost performance technology increasing the overall processor and memory speed.
System memory is often connected to a processor through a separate I/O controller. But each Intel Xeon “Nehalem” processor features an integrated memory controller — another leap forward for workstation system architecture. By connecting memory directly to the processor, the new Mac Pro processors have faster access to data stored in memory, and memory latency is reduced by up to 40 percent.
The integrated memory controller, along with fast 1066MHz DDR3 ECC SDRAM, also gives Mac Pro up to a 2.4x increase in memory bandwidth over previous generations. More bandwidth allows for more data to be fed to the processor faster, helping each core spend its time processing data, not waiting for information to arrive. And Error Correction Code (ECC) corrects single-bit errors and detects multiple-bit errors automatically. That’s especially important in mission-critical and compute-intensive environments.
The new 2009 Mac Pro modules come standard with the required on-board SPD EEPROM. A new Temperature Sensor chip allowing the Mac Pro to control the machine temperature and improve performance and energy usage.
2009 Apple Mac Pro 1066MHz PC8500 (32GB Maximum - 8 Slots) (Installation)
- Mac Pro Xeon 8-Core 2.26GHz
- Mac Pro Xeon 8-Core 2.66GHz
- Mac Pro Xeon 8-Core 2.93GHz
2009 Apple Mac Pro 1066MHz PC8500 (16GB Maximum - 4 Slots) (Installation)
- Mac Pro Xeon Quad-Core 2.66GHz
- Mac Pro Xeon Quad-Core 2.93GHz