The first beta version of the Apple OS X 10.8.3 system has quietly supported the AMD Radeon HD 7000 series graphics card, which may mean that the graphics card is about to settle down with the new Mac Pro desktop computer team. The beta version of OS X 10.8.3 's support for the AMD Radeon HD 7XXX Series graphics card was discovered by the website netkas.org this week. It is particularly noteworthy that the system provides support for the Radeon HD 7900 series graphics card code-named Tahiti, including 7970 and 7950.
Radeon HD 7970 and 7950 are configured in addition to 3GB of GDDR5 memory, also based on 28nm process manufacturing. These two video cards are also the first AMD to use the GCN architecture (Graphics Core Next) products.
New Mac systems are starting to support newer graphics cards, which may mean that AMD's GPU will be on the latest Mac Pro machine. This June, Apple's desktop computer was quietly upgraded to launch its 2-year-old Intel Xeon E5645 processor. Obviously the user is not very satisfied with the product upgrades generally, Apple CEO Tim Cook temporarily later confirmed that the Mac Pro product is still in the adjustment phase, and specifically pointed out that the latest Mac Pro will be launched in 2013.
"Users need not worry, because next year we will do very well." "That's what Cook said when replying to a user's email. An unnamed executive also disclosed to the New York Times that new Mac Pro would be launched next year.
Earlier this year, the mountain lion operating system in the internal configuration document has appeared MP60 unknown models of new products, basic can be confirmed as the sixth generation of Mac Pro products. Maybe sometime next year we will be able to see the Radeon HD 7XXX video card on the 6 Generation Mac Pro.