Apple will let you add 256GB of RAM to an iMac Pro for $5,200

Apple is adding some new configuration options to its iMac Pro today, which includes a 256 GB RAM memory really absurd. It can be added to your computer (which, as a reminder, costs $ 4,999 to start) for the low and low price of $ 5,200 as signaled by 9to5Mac .

You could buy a second iMac Pro for the cost of that one RAM upgrade. To put that in perspective compared to other Apple RAM updates, the iMac Pro comes with 32GB of RAM by default. The upgrade to 64 GB costs an additional $ 400 and the upgrade to 128 GB costs an additional $ 2,000. Both of these prices are dwarfed by the new 256 GB option.

Also a novelty for the iMac Pro is a Radeon Pro Vega 64X GPU enhanced with 16 GB of memory for a relatively cheap upgrade of $ 700. (By way of comparison, the iMac Pro comes with a Vega 56 GPU by default, and Apple has previously offered a Vega 64 GPU option for $ 550 more).

In general, that gives you a fully equipped iMac Pro, with an Intel Xeon W processor with 18 cores at 2.3 GHz, 256 GB of RAM, 4 TB of SSD storage and a Vega 64X GPU – a $ 15,699.

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