Benchmarking/Performance
Mid-2014 MacBook Air With 128GB SanDisk SSD. New 2014 MacBook Airs Have Same...
Last week, Apple released its refreshed lineup of 2014 MacBook Airs that feature faster processors and better battery life, along with new lower price points. It appears that Apple...

prod_applemacpro2010 OWC Can Help ‘Old’ Mac Pro...
If you love Macs, it’s almost impossible to look at the 2013 Mac Pro without dropping your jaw, drooling a little, and thinking, “Want. Want so badly.” And that’s...

PR_OWC_30MThunderbolt Even At Great Distances, OWC Thunderbolt...
When working with audio and video, noisy storage equipment can hinder the creative process. But with longer length Thunderbolt cable options from OWC, you can move noisy storage appliances...

DigLLoyd1 Mix And Match: More Memory =...
When using a new Mac Pro 2013, installing four matched memory modules will get you optimal performance. This allows the system to use quad-channel addressing, which is the most...

12core16GB OWC Tests Mac Pro 2013 With...
The top-of-the-line 12-core Mac Pro 2013 has arrived at OWC. And now that we have our hands on it, we’ve had the opportunity to do benchmark tests. We’ve tested...

OWC’s Mac Pro 2013 Processor Upgrade Benchmarking OWC’s Mac Pro 2013 Processor Upgrade...
After confirming that the processor in the new 2013 Mac Pro is user upgradeable, we’ve had more time for testing. We have been able to test various processors with both the...

stopwatch OWC Tests More Processors With Mac...
We posted our initial testing of the Intel E5-2667 V2 8-core 3.30GHz processor in the Mac Pro 2013 last week after confirming that the new model’s CPU allowed user...

stopwatch 2013 MacBook Pro with Retina Display...
After securing a 13-inch model and 15-inch model of the new MacBook Pro with Retina display that was unveiled Tuesday at Apple’s special event, we’ve done some benchmarking with each model to get an early look at how the new...

prod_applemacpro2010 Your Trusty Mac Pro Vs. A...
Wouldn’t it be nice if we lived in a world where your 2009 or later Mac Pro could compete with, or even outperform the brand new, fancy-shmancy 2013 iMac...