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The Early 2009 Mac Pro—also known as the Mac Pro 4,1—introduced Intel's Nehalem architecture to Apple's line of professional desktop computers in March 2009. The Mac Pro 5,1 used the same interior design but received further CPU updates in 2010 and 2012.

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Firmware, and optical drive

@danj what optical drives are compatible

Also do you think this a a good idea, How to Upgrade the Firmware of a 2009 Mac Pro 4,1

Also will you be in the worst in show?

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To run the newer versions of MacOS this system supports you’ll need to upgrade the systems firmware as outlined

Sorry I don’t that much on the cheese grater Mac Pro for part options. We only used Apple parts where I was working at the time. We had a business account with Apple allowing us access to Apple spares. This is the better Apple unit Mac Pro SuperDrive (Apple) - 18X, Apple P/N 661-5681

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@danj

thats is soooo cool

Also i bet you don't know but..

what cpu upgrades are there?

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@beanman56 - Just scan through this listing for what you have and what options it offered EveryMac - Mac Pro's

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ok thats it tysm @danj

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