At WWDC 2013 Apple teased the release of a new Mac Pro that is rumored to be released in fall of this year, but didn’t provide too much in the form of details for the desktop.

A video detailing the Mac Pro’s specs has however been released on YouTube today, noted the desktop to be equipped with four-channel DDR3 RAM, as well as up to 12 cores of processing power, up to 40GB/s of PCI Express generation 3 bandwidth and 256 bit wide floating-point instructions.

There’s also PCI Express flash storage in-built with 2.5 faster processing speed than a SATA SSD, and 10 times faster than a 7200RPM SATA HDD, also featuring dual AMD Firepro workstation-class graphics cards with up to 6GB of dedicated VRAM, which supports up to 3 4K displays simultaneously.

There’s also a new cooling system built right into the center of the device, as well as Thunderbolt 2, USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet and HDMI 1.4 ports.

No pricing or worldwide availability has been announced yet, in the meantime check out the video below.

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