Guaranteed-compatible upgrades for your
Apple Mac Pro (MacPro5,1) Mid 2010 2.93GHz 12-Core



  • Computer Memory
  • Internal Hard Drives
  • Solid State Drives
  • External Hard Drives
  • Accessories
  • Other

System Specifications
Maximum Memory:
  • 32 GB (Apple)
  • 96 GB (RamCity lab tested and approved for OSX)
  • 128 GB (with boot-camp and 64-bit Windows or Linux only)
Expansion:
  • 8 Sockets (4 sockets per processor)
Standard Memory:
  • 6GB (Removable)
CPU/Chipset:
  • Dual Intel Xeon 6-Core 2.93 GHz X5670 (Westmere)
Bus Architecture:
  • SSD - SATA 3.5-inch, SATA 2.5-inch 9.5mm
Upgrade Path:
  • Up to 128GB can be installed using 2,4,8 and 16GB modules. 96GB maximum for the latest versions of OSX. 128GB with boot camp and a 64-bit windows or linux operating system.
Comments:
  • Model Identifier: MacPro5,1
  • 1333MHz Memory Bus.
  • ** 16GB modules cannot be mixed with other Apple or third party modules **
  • Mac Pro (Mid 2010) supports up to four SSD drives in the 3.5" drive bays (1 + 3 empty drive bays). Requires purchase of SNA-DC2/35 drive carrier to secure the drive.
  • This system supports triple channel mode when three identical modules are installed per processor. You can also install modules in pairs for dual channel mode.
  • When using two processors (2CPU) kits must be installed IN PAIRS.
  • Totals 12-cores with two processors installed.
  • Kingston Quad Rank modules run at 1066MHz (1DPC), but clock down to 800MHz when fully populated (2DPC)
  • Built-in SATA ports are 3Gb/s. 6Gb/s is supported with the Velocity Solo card installed in one of the two 16x PCIe slots.
  • Do not mix ECC Registered DIMMs (KTA-MP1333DR) with ECC Unbuffered UDIMMs (KTA-MP1333). When installing 8GB Kingston RDIMMs, remove any other memory or system will not start up.
  • * Note * All RamCity modules for your Mac Pro are specifically programmed to be 100% compatible with any existing Apple installed memory modules, regardless of size or configuration, except 16GB modules, where all other Apple and third party modules must be removed first.