The RAM in the Mac Pro Late 2013 is easily accessible and replaceable. With the cylindrical cover removed, we get our first peek inside the Mac Pro. Home Products Pro C9110 Color Laser Production Printer ID: 404615 Transform power into opportunity Print up to 130 pages per minute Produce near-offset print quality of up to 4800 dpi In-line finishing for professional output Customize controls for on-demand production.
Our handy Torx driver is helpful here… …and with that, the I/O board and power supply peel away as a unit. Snug in a nest of antennas, the AirPort card fits onto a small adapter board that also connects to the fan below. This lay-flat binding format is ideal for applications such as manuals, presentations and course packs. This FCI Meg-Array connector is the same type used for the G4 & G5 PowerPC processor daughtercards, and looks to be a fully custom way of hooking up PCI-E, with many pins in a pressed-in connector. Ideal for environments that produce long runs on letter size paper.
Time to investigate that enticing lock switch… Here’s a strangely un-Apple-like design choice: simply sliding the lock switch allows us to remove the outer casing of the Mac Pro. No stubborn pentalobe screws here! Just one more: a second, slightly different FirePro card. For example, to insert color documents as pages 5, 10 and 15 into your final collated output, simply load the inserts in Tray 2 and then program their placement from either the driver or the touch panel display. This GPU—same make and model—hails from Taiwan, unlike its Chinese-made twin.