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Originally Posted by ImmortalKenny View Post

https://www.apple.com/mac-pro/

My body is ready.

This is an incredible design. I personally have never seen anything like it. The whole body is a heatsink with a turbine pulling air through it. I am really curious as to how well it cools and how quiet or loud it is.
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First of all, there's no WC in the Mac Pro, second of all, the Aluminum is extruded and machined in the US, third of all, the SG09 is WAY bigger! It's about 2" taller than two NEW Mac Pros next to each other.

When did I say there's WC in the Mac Pro, and why do I care?

Why do I care that the aluminum is machined in the US and what does that have to do with anything I was talking about?
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Apologies for the double post, but dimensions of this thing need to be cleared up.

It is a cylinder 6.6" in diameter by 9.9" in height. Pretty darn small.

You're right, the SG09 is about 8x11x14. Not a gigantic difference, but a difference nonetheless.

Though I wonder why a professional planning to buy a $5000-$10000 workstation cares about the size that much.
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And fourth of all, it can in no way that many output connections as there is no commercially available motherboard with 6 Thunderbolt ports on it to provide the possibility of extreme daisy chaining. Oh, and fifth of all, if you even try and put two FirePro GPUs in the SG09 and air cool it, you are asking for your top card to overheat as there is literally no room to be had between the two cards.

That's why I mentioned a PCI-E Thunderbolt adapter. Though I'm not sure 6 Thunderbolt ports are necessary as I'm not even sure there are that many Thunderbolt products available.

The reference cooler would suffice, though it would get a bit hot and/or loud. I mentioned the possibility of WC. Also, I'm not sure that tiny cooler in the Mac Pro is going to do such a great job either.
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THANK YOU!

+rep for being honest and reasonable.

Why do you seem so desperate to defend Apple? I was just raising the point of a possible alternative; I wasn't even bashing the thing.
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They wouldn't sell it if it didn't work, plus the fan is a 6", and the heatsink is pretty massive too.

Oh yeah, like those MacBook Pros they sold that had no intake vents and easily hit 100C doing moderately intensive work?
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Its not just the heat-sink itself that is going to be dissipating all of the heat. The entire construction, barring output ports, is aluminum, meaning (although it doesn't have the same thermal conductivity) the entire case will act for thermal transfer. That means not only is the heat going to be dissipated through the exhaust by the heat-sink, but ambient heat inside the case is going to transfer to the case's outer shell as well, providing another thermal buffer.

So this means that people's desks are going to be warped and burned by all the heat being transferred to the outside of the case? Sounds eerily similar to the argument that the MacBook Pro's aluminum body is used for thermal dissipation (which, of course, resulted in many burned legs and many men who might not be able to have children tongue.gif).
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I wish everyone would stop bashing this thing.

When you see a PC innovate this much and get that much power into a form factor the size of a small wastepaper basket, I will buy it.

You have no reason to believe it is difficult to maintain or upgrade, or even that it is a single processor configuration. Given how much we now know they can fit into that form factor, how can you say it's not possible it's dual-proc compatible?

Haters be hatin, but seriously, I think it's ridiculous to decide that it's a horrible design based on pictures of it that look beautiful and simple to upgrade. The FirePro card looks like you can just pop it out and swap in a new one. Besides which, the computing power in that form factor is still insane considering what we're getting with things of similar sizes like mini-ITX configs which don't yet offer LGA2011 or something like the Alienware X51, also without LGA2011. The point of this is that the compute power is about all that you can cram into a form factor like that, and then you can daisy chain 36 Thunderbolt 2 devices with a theoretical data speed of 20GB/s. If you can find a device on the market today that can hit that bandwidth ceiling, I want it. Because quite frankly, if a top-of-the-line LGA2011 workstation-class processor and dual FirePros with a PCIe SSD isn't enough for you, the crazy Thunderbolt 2 expandability is meant to be enough to satisfy virtually any requirement you need.

Also, this is probably going to be lots less than people expect because it's Apple. When an employee showed the original iPhone to a then-RIM exec, he told him that you couldn't fit that power and functionality into a device of that size for less than $5000.

I love how when a computer with an entirely unique design seems to fit impossible amounts of compute power inside and didn't seem even possible to manufacture before it was revealed, the OCN community will scream "MORE MORE MORE" because it's not perfect for an enthusiast in every regard, just because it's Apple.

WE DO! look at the mITX builds they can get REALLY small. I have already devised a plan to fit a gaming computer in to an NES. Also it's using laptops parts. so yeah this has already been done with PC and mac. the centralized cooling sure is different though, eerrr well at least the shape of it is.
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When did I say there's WC in the Mac Pro, and why do I care?

Why do I care that the aluminum is machined in the US and what does that have to do with anything I was talking about?
You're right, the SG09 is about 8x11x14. Not a gigantic difference, but a difference nonetheless.

Though I wonder why a professional planning to buy a $5000-$10000 workstation cares about the size that much.
That's why I mentioned a PCI-E Thunderbolt adapter. Though I'm not sure 6 Thunderbolt ports are necessary as I'm not even sure there are that many Thunderbolt products available.

The reference cooler would suffice, though it would get a bit hot and/or loud. I mentioned the possibility of WC. Also, I'm not sure that tiny cooler in the Mac Pro is going to do such a great job either.
Why do you seem so desperate to defend Apple? I was just raising the point of a possible alternative; I wasn't even bashing the thing.

I hesitate to attack specifically you, because there were many others dismissing it for other reasons. The fact remains that the SG09 is nearly twice if not more than twice as large, and the point about the aluminum is that the SG09 is 100% Chinese. There is no issue with Chinese manufacturing, though some people see it as a con. Also, I highly doubt the price will be $5000-$10000, as the old one wasn't and virtually no one pays that much for a computer. You care about WC in the Mac Pro because you said you had to do it in an SG09 to make everything work out. Also, the entire body is a heatsink as well as the thermal core, as with all their aluminum devices. It has a 6" turbine cooling it, it will be fine. People buying the workstation probably don't care about size that much, but why take up space when you don't have to?

Your comment about Thunderbolt devices seems extremely short sighted. There are a wealth of Thunderbolt devices available right now, from hard drives to monitors to RAID arrays to SSDs to audio to networking solutions.
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That's why I mentioned a PCI-E Thunderbolt adapter. Though I'm not sure 6 Thunderbolt ports are necessary as I'm not even sure there are that many Thunderbolt products available.

The reference cooler would suffice, though it would get a bit hot and/or loud. I mentioned the possibility of WC. Also, I'm not sure that tiny cooler in the Mac Pro is going to do such a great job either.
Why do you seem so desperate to defend Apple? I was just raising the point of a possible alternative; I wasn't even bashing the thing.

The key to Thunderbolt isn't that there aren't a lot of devices out there with it. Its that with the existing devices, which for professional applications, are fairly numerous. Those devices can be daisy chained on the same port up to the bandwidth/power limit of the port, which increases its expandability to far greater lengths than any existing device/PC/motherboard can currently support in an, what is essentially, ITX SFF.

And that tiny cooler isn't just the only thing cooling. The entire case, being aluminum, is meant for thermal transfer from the ambient airflow in the case itself. Essentially, the entire case is one gigantic heat-sink. So I'd imagine its actual heat dissipating being quite good for its SFF.

People often forget, being OCN where everything is overclocked in general, that at stock speeds, the GPU and CPU aren't super-heat producing products and generally run fairly cool.


And he isn't desperate to defend Apple. Its a good product, and nothing you've come up with so far compares to what is being offered. So in essence you are just being another Apple vs PC troll.

Hell, you can hate Apple for all I care, but this Mac Pro is legitimately a good innovation that might get PC case manufacturers on their behinds to star innovating, rather than just saying an innovation is: "support for a 360/480 radiator".
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Dual GPUs? Any word on whether it is for sure utilizing desktop parts? My guess is they went for high-end dual mobile firepros.
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Expect it to cost more because of those margins.
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Ok, someone help me out here. I'm trying to figure out how this thing fits together but I'm lost when it comes to the GPUs.



Are they using a ribbon cable of some sorts?

Also, how is the RAM mounted like that? Is this a custom motherboard?

I'd really like for this to be a finished product design because it'd be an engineering marvel to fit that much power in such a small space. But the more and more I look at it the more it looks impossible...maybe that's what Apple wants me to believe!
   
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I'm pretty impressed. Though the price will likely be astronomical (Mac Pros are pricey), this is probably the biggest innovation Apple has pulled off in a long time. Will I buy one -- no. I don't need it, but I can surely imagine there are a fair amount of companies that have been chomping at the bit for this.
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Imma call it the iBucket. Looks pretty cool though.
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