Mac Pro 2009 Dual CPU

From:  685,00

Apple Mac Pro 2009 with firmware upgrade to 5,1

Base configuration:

– Two 2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5520 “Nehalem”CPUs
16GB (4x 4GB) of 1333MHz DDR3 ECC RAM
– 4-port PCIe USB 3.0 expansion card
– Built-in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
– macOS 10.13.6 High Siera pre-installed

Please select your CPU upgrade, amount of memory, a video card and drive of your choice, right here below.


In 2009, Apple produced the Mac Pros with only Quad-Core processors (single processor quad-core and dual processor 8-core).

In 2010, Apple started producing the 6-core and 12-core Mac Pros using the 6-Core processors (single processor 6-core and dual processor 12-core). Thus, in 2010, Apple updated the architecture of the dual processor board to work with the dual 6-core processors since they are physically different.

For the 6-core, going with the 2009 is perfectly fine because the architecture of the 2009-2012 6-cores are 100% identical. The only physical differences between the 2009 and 2010 6-core are:
• 2010 comes standard with an Airport Extreme Wireless card while it’s an additional option on the 2009.
• 2010 comes with an ATI 5770 1GB graphics card while the 2009 comes with an NVIDIA GT120 512MB.

For the 12-core, we recommend going with the 2010 genuine 5,1 since there is an architectural difference between the 2009 and 2010+. The 2009 12-cores function perfectly fine; however, the 2010+ 12-cores are more architecturally solid.

Additional information

Weight 25 kg

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