Keeping the classic Mac Pro powerful and affordable

Apple sold its original generation of the Mac Pro between 2006 and 2012. The final versions of this generation, the 5,1 models, were supported by Apple up until the release of macOS 10.15 Catalina. However, thanks to the desktop modular setup of these Macs, combined with the dedicated support and hard work of many in the classic Mac Pro community, these Macs remain some of the most powerful Macintosh computers available. Additionally, as Apple moves from Intel's x86 arcitecture to ARM-based systems, there will remain a need for powerful and capable Mac systems that maintain compatability with x86 software, and alternative operating systems.

To offer this, we sell refurbished classic Mac Pros with top-of-the-line upgrades available. Fast NVMe storage, USB C 10Gb/s, Thunderbolt compatability, a quater of a terabyte of RAM, and enthusiast tier graphics cards can all be installed into a classic Mac Pro, and you can have it boot into macOS 12 Monterey, Windows, Linux, or anything else that will run on Intel Xeon.

Apple currently makes some screechingly powerful computers. But if you're interested in being able to add extra storage down the line, use specialist software or hardware that's not updated anymore, or have the peace of mind that if something goes wrong, you won't be paying a fortune to get back up and running, the classic Mac Pro is your best bet.

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Mac Pro 5,1 2012 with Radeon RX 580

Expandable and Capable

The classic Mac Pro 5,1 is the last Apple computer that remains almost fully expandable and upgradable. It's PCIe and SATA slots allow for easy and cost-effective upgrades that allow it to remain a powerful device
even after years of service.

Powered by intel Xeon processors, Mac Pro excels at multi-threaded CPU-based tasks and can run Windows , macOS and other operating systems natively
and without emulation.

Modern GPUs and 8 user-accessible RAM slots allow Mac Pro to have graphics
computational power surpassing computers released today

Advanced Graphics

Mac Pro is the only Apple computer that allows for GPU upgrades. As graphics cards remain compatible with the PCIe industry standard, this
allows the Mac Pro to benifit from cutting-edge graphics chips at a
fraction of the cost of a whole new system.

Mac Pro can utilise Radeon RX 580 graphics, an affordable and powerful chip. Or, it can be paired with Radeon chips like the 6800 or 6900 which blow past even the biggest Apple Silicon chips, M1 Ultra.

Pro Power: Low Price

All of these benefits of Mac Pro are coupled with the peace of mind that all components are user accessible and easily replacable, and a price lower than any current Apple studio-class desktop.