Thursday, March 13th 2014

Transcend Releases DDR3 RDIMM Modules for Apple Mac Pro

Transcend Information, Inc., a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, is proud to announce its launch of 16 GB and 32 GB DDR3 Registered DIMM (RDIMM) modules aimed at maximizing memory in Apple Mac Pro 2013 systems. With four user-upgradeable memory slots available, Transcend's latest high-performance DDR3 RDIMMs can boost Mac Pro 2013 Intel Xeon E5 3.5 GHz 6-Core, 3.0 GHz 8-Core, and 2.7 GHz 12-Core models to 64 GB, 96 GB, and even 128 GB total memory capacity.

"The new Mac Pro 2013 is advertised to support up to 64 GB of memory, and we understand that pro users running applications that place high demands on RAM have a need to meet and most likely exceed this threshold," said Angus Wu, Director of Research and Development at Transcend. "For this reason, we have developed and fully tested higher density modules to give users the option of raising their Mac Pro system memory to the advertised 64 GB right up to 128 GB."

While the memory that comes pre-installed on the Mac Pro may be enough for common processing tasks, adding more memory is one of the easiest ways to enhance performance during 2D graphic design, HD video editing, and photo retouching. However, the Mac Pro is designed for more serious tasks including 3D graphic design, 4K video editing, and gaming. Therefore, maximizing memory ensures the system can handle powerful, RAM-intensive software applications such as Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects CC.

Transcend's 16 GB DDR3-1866 and 32 GB DDR3-1333 RDIMMs guarantee 100% compatibility with the Apple Mac Pro 2013 model, requiring little effort to install in the easy access design and push-up release system of the Mac Pro. As a result, a simple upgrade to Transcend's high-speed, high-density DDR3 modules can unleash the full capabilities of the Mac Pro, allow users to run multiple applications simultaneously, and future-proof the Mac Pro to deal with demanding software updates.

Comprised of top-quality DRAM chips, the 16 GB and 32 GB DDR3 RDIMMs offer unparalleled performance and stability to Apple's new Mac Pro workstations, and are backed by Transcend's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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4 Comments on Transcend Releases DDR3 RDIMM Modules for Apple Mac Pro

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Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
Forget the Mac Pro bit. I like the densities of these DIMMs. 16GB and 32GB a DIMM is pretty awesome. The only reason they can pull that off is because it's registered memory though.
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Tyrael
That MAC design is like a trash-dump! WTF...
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Jorge
It don't mean much unless you have a use for it.
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Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: Tyrael
That MAC design is like a trash-dump! WTF...
I'm pretty sure this isn't the place for a discussion about the design of the Mac Pro and that "trash-dump" is more powerful than most PCs.

by: Jorge
It don't mean much unless you have a use for it.
True, but it does say that memory technology is advancing and hopefully by the time DDR4 comes around, we'll start seeing 16GB DIMMs without needing registered memory.
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