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It almost goes without saying: if it’s an iMac, it will have a gorgeous display. And iMac Pro doesn’t disappoint. In fact, its 27-inch screen is our best ever, with 500 nits of brightness across its 14.7 million pixels. It’s as if the sleek, all-in-one design disappears behind the stunning screen — so you can focus on your content. Along with P3 colour and support for a billion colours, iMac Pro delivers spectacular, true-to-life images.
An iMac with 4 cores is remarkable enough. But an iMac with 8, 10, 14 or 18 cores is an entirely different creature. Add Turbo Boost speeds up to 4.5GHz, and iMac Pro has the power and flexibility to balance multicore processing with single-thread performance. With new AVX-512 vector instructions and a new cache architecture, the processor handles even more data — even more quickly. Which means you can render images, edit up to 8K video, manipulate photos, create real-time audio effects or compile your next five-star app — all at lightning speed.
Featuring Radeon Pro Vega graphics, iMac Pro delivers the best workstation-class graphics of any Mac. The first Mac with Vega architecture features up to 16GB of High Bandwidth Memory, which helps deliver a major jump in performance — up to two times faster than any other iMac GPU and up to three times faster than the GPU in Mac Pro.
With the new Vega GPU, iMac Pro lets you do more than just immerse yourself in VR worlds. It lets you create them from scratch.
With four channels of memory, iMac Pro can accommodate up to 128GB. So you can visualise, simulate and render huge 3D models. Create multiple test environments for cross-platform development. And keep numerous apps open at the same time. It’s all powerful. For all the things you want to do.
As you’d expect from a pro machine, there are plenty of high-speed ports to create a high-performance workstation. Four Thunderbolt 3 ports let you connect two 5K monitors — for 44 million pixels total — and transfer data at an incredible 40Gb/s. And there’s something you probably didn’t expect in an iMac: 10Gb Ethernet. So sharing files between desktops, or working with high-performance network storage, is up to 10 times faster.
|Display Resolution||5120 x 2880|
|Is Office Included?|
|Operating System||Apple OS X Sierra|
|Ports, Slots & Chassis||4 x Thunderbolt 3, 4 x USB 3.0|
|Built in Camera & Microphone||FaceTime HD camera|
|Processor Type||Intel Xeon W|
|Clock Speed (in GHz)||3.2|
|Front Side Bus (in MHz)||2,666|
|Ram size (GB)||32|
|Maximum Expandability (in GB)|
|No. of Memory Slots||4|
|Hard Drive (GB)||1000|
|Drive Rotation (in RPM)|
|Optical Drive & Graphics|
|Optical Drive Type|
|Graphics Type||AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56|
|Connectivity & Networking|
|USB||1 x USB 3.0|
|Compatible Memory Cards|
|Battery (up to)||-|
|Width (in mm)||650.00|
|Depth (in mm)||203.00|
|Height (in mm)||516.00|
|Weight (in Kg)||9.70|