The number you gave appears to be a model made for the German or Austrian market. The most common way to identify a machine is by using the Model number and the EMC number. The Intel Mac Pro identification is located on the back of the unit on the ledge of the PCI slots. Mine is listed as Model No. A1186 EMC 2180 Next line shows the specs: MAC PRO/2.80X/2X1G/2600XT/320/SD/M/K. You also can look up any Mac past the G3, by the last three characters of its serial number. This is, in my opinion, the best way to identify your machine, here's the link:
Serial Number: http://www.everymac.com/ultimate-mac-loo...
Here's how to find a Mac by EMC Number: http://www.everymac.com/systems/by_capab...
Here's where to find them By Series, Mac Clones, By Year, By Case Type, Ultimate Mac Comparison, & Currently Shipping: http://www.everymac.com/systems/index.ht...
Mac Pro Tower
Here's a list of the Mac Pro models listed in time line order:
Mac Pro (BTO = Built to Order)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad 2.0GHz (BTO)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad 2.66GHz (MA356LL/A)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad 3.0GHz (BTO)
Mac Pro (8- core)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-core 3.0GHz
Mac Pro (Early 2008)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad 2.8GHz (BTO)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-core 2.8GHz (MA970LL/A)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-core 3.0GHz (BTO)
Mac Pro (Early 2009)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.26GHz (MB535LL/A)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.66GHz (BTO)
- Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.93GHz (BTO)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad Core 2.66GHz (MB871LL/A)
- Apple Mac Pro Quad Core 2.93GHz (BTO)
Apple Mac Pro Quad-Core 2.8GHz (MC250LL/A)
Apple Mac Pro Quad-Core 3.2GHz (BTO)
Apple Mac Pro 6-Core 3.33GHz (BTO)
Apple Mac Pro 8-Core 2.4GHz (MC561LL/A)
Apple Mac Pro 12-Core 2.66GHz (BTO)
Apple Mac Pro 12-Core 2.93GHz (BTO)
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