You can choose an 18 core Xeon processor with 2.3GHz clock speed and turbo frequency to 4.3GHz and this option alone increases the price for an additional $2,400. After the original article, we just wanted to see how much the maximum setting option will cost you.
If you pick 128GB 2666MHz DDR4, four times the memory size from the default configuration, the price increases by another $2,400.
If you need more storage, upgrading from the default 1TB SSD to 4TB SSD will cost you $2,800. A Radeon Pro Vega 64 with 16GB is additional $600. The standard configuration comes with Radeon Pro Vega 56 with 8GB.
The Vesa mount adapter kit is just additional $79 and this is all the hardware you can upgrade from the default configuration. This gets you to $12,678.00 and if you add the Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X you will end up with a price of $13,177.98 and spend six to eight weeks waiting for your belloved machine.
Europe pays much more
In the UK the maximum option will cost you £12,428, while the EU lads who pay in Euros need to shell out more.
The default option in the EU costs €5,499, due to our beloced MwST or VAT. The maxed out version in Germany will cost a whooping €16,156.98.
The default configuration includes
- 2GHz 8-core Intel Xeon W processor
- Turbo Boost up to 4.2GHz
- 32GB 2666MHz ECC memory, configurable up to 128GB
- 1TB SSD storage1
- Radeon Pro Vega 56 with 8GB HBM2 memory
- 10Gb Ethernet
- Four Thunderbolt 3 ports
- 27-inch Retina 5K 5120-by-2880 P3 display