Apple’s top spec Mac Pro
Maybe big-budget video editors and other creative types get a lot of firepowers: assuming you can afford also
1. 28-core Intel Xeon W processor, an almost-impossible-to-comprehend
2. 1.5TB of RAM, 4TB of SSD storage
3. Four AMD Radeon Pro Vega II Duo GPUs
Apple announced today that its brand new Mac Pro begins at an already expensive $6,000, but the firm failed to mention just how much the top-of-the-line version will cost. We shopped around for equal components to the top-end spec that Apple’s promising. As it ends up: $33,720.88 is probably the bare minimum — and that is before factoring in the four GPUs, that might easily jack that cost up to approximately $45,000.
Mac pro starting range
MAC PRO: $6,000
We begin with the common Mac Pro itself, which we understand Apple is promoting beginning at $6,000 for the base version. As you can not just get an enclosure by itself, this cost also includes things such as the motherboard, power supply, heating, heating system, and chassis (the discretionary wheels may cost additional ). It will likely also arrive with a CPU, a GPU, and some RAM, however we are going to be replacing those soon anyway.
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Twelve 128GB DDR4 ECC RAM STICKS: $17,867.88
The simplest thing on the shopping list is RAM. The new Mac Guru has 12 user-accessible DIMM slots which take DDR4 ECC memory. For the maximum of 1.5TB of RAM, we want 12 128GB sticks of RAM; in approximately $1,388.99 per year, that rings around a whopping $17,867.88 for memory. But just imagine: using $18K of RAM, you may even have the ability to maintain three entire Chrome tabs open at the same time!