While supplies last, buy an upgraded Mac Pro 5,1 from Ramjet (Model No. A1289, EMC 2314, 2010). We installed a faster CPU, configured the RAM (3x8GB) to take advantage of Tri-Channel technology, upgraded to a 1TB Solid State Drive bootable from a PCIe port for faster access times, and added a 4TB HDD for additional storage. These upgrades bring this Mac Pro up to 2015 standards and saves you $1,900 from a comparable new Mac Pro and comes with 8GB of more RAM.
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While supplies last, buy an upgraded Mac Pro 1,1 from Ramjet (Model No. A1186, EMC 2113, 2008). These Mac Pros are very affordable workstations, files servers and media servers. They can take up to 16TB of hard drive storage and can even go up to 32GB of RAM (if needed).
This kit is a must-have for every Mac Do-It-Yourselfer and contains the non-standard tools that you will need to open and work on Apple Macintosh computers. You’ll need it when installing any components such as DRAM Memory Modules, Solid State Drives or Internal Hard Disk Drives. It features non-magnetic design, spinning palm caps for easy use, and coated precision black tips.
Using an anti-static wrist strap will dramatically reduce the risk of electro-static discharge. This will protect both the component that you are installing, such as a DRAM Memory Module or an Solid State Drive (SSD), as well as the computer itself. This strap features an adjustable strap and an extra-long coiled chord for a wide range of movement.