This could mean that many of the OSX users might need a CS6 CUDA hack for the new 2012 Mac Pros (if and when they come out)...
Dude!! Your headline was misleading. I thought they were finally going to apologize for causing so many problems and incompatibility issues throughout the years and were going out of business.
Shame on you.
I have got new sleeping one year old baby a Mac Pro with ati.
Because of problems I have read- I cant imagine quadro 4000.
soooo angry I am with apple
IM so happy with my Pc "Lisa Colombus Xl" thx to Mercifull
(Im surrounded with jarks saying FCP is better. Because apple is for it.)
Turgut Unal wrote:
The new Mac Pros will reportedly feature Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge chipset, which features 22 nanometer transistor technology and is more efficient than the previous Sandy Bridge processors.
This has been hashed out on the MacRumors forums, and is basically fully of "kindergarten" mistakes. The main problems is: the Mac Pro uses Xeons. Full stop. IB Xeons aren't due till sometime in 2013; likely the second half. If we're going to see a new Pro, it's going to be with the SB Xeons finally ship in the Spring.
Whether they switch back to nVidia or not is anyone's guess. The likelihood of it is slim to none given the past between the two companies. Apple has a huge partnership with ATI, for better, for worse. It's unlikely they're going to throw that away.
Don't believe everything you read on the Intardwebz.
Thanks for clearing this up.