The new iMac Pro is truly a beast (photos) – CNET

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iMac Pro

The iMac Pro is the latest in the iMac family, and it has enough power to top any existing desktop, including Apple’s Mac Pro.

Top-notch CPU

The new desktop will be equipped with processors up to an 18-Core Xeon from Intel.

A ton of RAM

It will use up to 128GB of ECC system memory.

Lots of teraflops

It will have enough capacity to produce up to 22 Teraflops of processing power.

AMD’s Radeon Vega graphics

The new iMac uses a completely new GPU core, the Radeon Vega from AMD with up to 16GB of VRAM. This means this machine is not only for gamers but also serious graphics professionals.

Real-time 4K rendering

The new desktop is powerful enough to do even the most demanding tasks, including real-time 4K rendering.

Peripheral ports a-plenty

Unlike the MacBook Pro, the iMac Pro has a lot of peripheral ports, including four Thunderbolt 3 ports, four regular USB ports, one SD card slot and even a 10Gbps network port. Basically with this machine you can hook up two 5K displays and two RAID arrays to it.

Starting at $5,000

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