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Hello,

For Nvidia lovers, there are good news if leaked photos is not a fake: m.imgur.com/gallery/msYpf74
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It seems Cascade lake only support DDR4. Thus it must be fake. Also you do not put only “Internal” without “confidential”.
Too good to be true. :p
 

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Another reason it's fake. Apple never designates a Mac model x.1 it should be Mac Pro 7,1 I've never seen them use a decimal point. It's always a comma.

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They will likely not use SO-DIMMS in a Mac Pro. The ram has to be ECC as well. It's got a Xeon CPU so why use Non-ECC SO-DIMMS ????
Requirements
When you upgrade the memory in your Mac Pro (Late 2013) it must meet these requirements.
  • 1866 MHz DDR3 full length DIMM. Mixing memory speeds is not recommended.
  • Error-correcting code (ECC).
  • 4GB, 8GB, or 16 GB DIMMs.
  • Unbuffered (UDIMM) or Registered (RDIMM). Do not mix UDIMMs and RDIMMs.
  • 240 pin DIMM.
  • 1.5 or 1.35 volts.
Didn't Apple admit they were moving away from dual graphics cards since the 2013 MP failure ? Why would they use the ancient FirePro graphics ? Doesn't make any sense. Graphics will probably be added as an eGPU instead of an internal dual graphics setup like the 2013 MP.
 
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Slightly veering away from topic perhaps, but if you follow any of the many Flickr photo groups for Apple there are one or two incredibly talented 3D artists who produce mock-ups of "speculative" new Mac or iPhone models. They always look so realistic, it makes you double-take more often than not.

The above type of tom-foolery is easier to achieve but to those not in the know, might be taken at face value.

How easy we are to fool these days...

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