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Old 07-11-2012, 03:53 PM
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Default "Mid 2012" Mac Pro 12 core - working OK with TDM Accel? HDX?

Hi all

I know that the "Mid 2012" Mac Pro 12 core (the recently slightly revised one) is not officially qualified yet.....

but

For anyone out there on the DUC:

- Is it working OK of you with TDM HD-Accel? (PCIe)

- Is it working OK of you with HDX ?

thanks
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Old 07-11-2012, 06:10 PM
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Default Re: "Mid 2012" Mac Pro 12 core - working OK with TDM Accel? HDX?

It should work fine because it's the exact same processor that was in the 8 core (which is qualified), only it's 12 of them instead of 8. It's not like it's a new processor.
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