Earlier his month, sales for Apple’s new Mac Pro went live in Canada starting at $7,499 CAD. But after all the maxed-out hardware upgrades, it costs as much as $71,229 CAD after taxes in B.C.
A maxed-out Mac Pro features the following hardware upgrades over the base model:
- 2.5GHz 28 core Intel Xeon W processor, Turbo Boost up to 4.4GHz
- 1.5TB (12x128GB) of DDR4 ECC memory
- Two Radeon Pro Vega II Duo with 2x32GB of HBM2 memory each
- 4TB SSD storage
- Apple Afterburner card
- Stainless steel frame with wheels
- Magic Mouse 2 + Magic Trackpad 2
Today, some of the very first benchmark test scores for the maxed-out Mac Pro have surfaced online.
Below are some of the top benchmark scores:
3DMark Time Spy: 8,618
- Graphics score: 8,537
- CPU score: 9,113
3DMark Fire Strike Extreme: 11,644
- Graphics score: 12,700
- CPU score: 23,237
VRMark Orange Room: 10,238
- CPU: 34,074 samples
- GPU: 232 mpaths (used CPU, did not detect GPU on macOS or Windows)
Cinebench R20: 9,705
- BMW CPU: 1:11 (slower in Windows)
- BMW GPU: did not detect GPUs in macOS, detected in Windows but forgot to log time because it was ~7 minutes.
- Classroom CPU: 3:25
- Gooseberry CPU: 7:54
- CPU single: 1151
- CPU multicore: 19650
For more info, check out this Reddit thread.