Tag Archives: Mac Pro
Is Your System Ready for a...
Apple announced at yesterday’s event that it has made the free download of Yosemite available to the public. Now, it’s time to see whether you are ready to make...

ThunderBay 4 with Dual Thunderbolt 2...
OWC announced today that the ThunderBay 4 and ThunderBay 4 RAID 5 Edition are now available with up to 24TB of capacity. The larger capacity option, combined with its...


Now Is the Time to Upgrade...
What’s not to love about adding more memory to your Mac? It’s one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to bring new life to your Mac. It’s an...

owc_radio_album_art OWC Radio 2.0 – Episode #10...
Jason Chmiola is the Technical Director at WebLink Audio Video Production in Washington, D.C. Jason talks about video productions and keeping the last generation of Mac Pros in use...

x4-rMBP-13'-Benchmark OWC Gets 1,200MB/s from SSD in...
Since we already had them opened up for our exclusive unboxing, we decided we might as well have a little fun with the new 2014 MacBook Pro with Retina...

stopwatch Additional Testing with Three ThunderBay 4...
Last week, we showed the incredible performance that’s possible when connecting three OWC ThunderBay 4 four-bay solutions to a 2013 Mac Pro. Our testing achieved nearly 4,000MB/s with both...


Get Nearly 4,000MB/s and 36TB of...
The OWC ThunderBay 4 enclosure with dual Thunderbolt 2 ports packs a punch when it comes to performance. But with three ThunderBay 4 drives and a Mac Pro, you...

macbook08_sectionpic_sm Prepping for School? Go Back with...
Going back to school is expensive… especially for parents. New books, clothes, mini fridges, 8’x2’ boards that college students need for some reason. And that’s before you even get...

Weighing in on Apple’s New Air...
It’s been too long and, well, it’s been even longer since a great new ad for Macs has run out there… and seeing such at last, well, here we...

merc-electra-pro-6g_gall1 Don’t Wait. Upgrade to an OWC...
There’s nothing quite like using a Solid State Drive for the first time: blazing speeds, incredible data reliability, no moving parts so it stays cool and runs quietly. But...