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Default New Mac Pro 128GB RAM kit will burn a hole in your pocket

Itís possible to upgrade the Mac Proís RAM to that extent, but it comes with a hefty price tag. Apple has developed the new Mac Pro keeping professionals and power users in mind. It has way too much power for anyone that would be content with an iMac, this machine is meant for serious gaming [...]

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