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Graphics render for 2012 MacBook Pro

Leaked photos of the 2012 MacBook Pro have made their way online moments before the WWDC keynote, which will be detailed live within the next 2 hours. These pictures are said to be for the new MacBook Pro graphics render, and if the details are correct then it means an NVIDIA GeForce GT650M chip will be inside for the next GPU.

You can see an image above thanks to this article, where you will find plenty of images that they sourced from this forum, and they explain that the photos feature a new 15-inch MacBook Pro logic board with a GPU packing 1GB of GDDR5 graphics memory.

If you look at the new logic boards and compare them to the current 15-inch MacBook Pro then you’ll find a lot of similarities, which includes screw holes lining up and the graphics chips being in almost the same location. While this doesn’t confirm or deny if these pictures are real or not, it certainly gives weight to the fact we could see a new MacBook Pro for 2012 within the next 2 hours at WWDC 2012.

Take a look at the photos via the above link, and let us know if you’d be happy with this GPU and an Ivy Bridge processor? Keep connected with PR over the next few hours for the latest WWDC news, also it could be that the real name might still be “New MacBook” rather than separate Pro and Air names.

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