Apple is the laughing stock of the day with its new Mac Pro. While the device has impressive specifications, a lot of people are making fun of its "cheese grater" design. In terms of specifications, the Mac Pro features an Intel Xeon CPU with up to 28 cores and it can be equipped with two brand new, custom-design video card options from AMD. Apple offers the Radeon Pro Vega II as well as the dual-GPU Pro Vega II Duo:
Mac Pro graphics options start with the Radeon Pro 580X. Mac Pro debuts the Radeon Pro Vega II, featuring up to 14 teraflops of compute performance and 32GB of memory with 1TB/s of memory bandwidth, the highest of any GPU. Mac Pro also introduces Radeon Pro Vega II Duo, which features two Vega II GPUs for an incredible 28 teraflops of graphics performance and 64GB of memory, making it the world’s most powerful graphics card. Mac Pro can accommodate two MPX Modules so customers can use two Vega II Duos for a staggering 56 teraflops of graphics performance and 128GB of video memory.
More about the specifications of the new Mac Pro can be found at Apple. Pricing starts at $5,999 for the Mac Pro with availability planned this Fall. For that price you get a machine with an eight-core Xeon, Radeon Pro 580X, 32GB RAM and a 256GB SSD. The new 32-inch Pro Display XDR display with 6K resolution is priced at $4,999.