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Subject: Re: iMac Pro - available to order very soon!
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From: RJH <>
Subject: Re: iMac Pro - available to order very soon!
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2017 15:17:16 +0000
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On 31/12/2017 11:13, nospam wrote:
> In article <p2ae0q$fkh$>, RJH<> wrote:
>> But kind. Interesting that single core performance, and in fact most
>> real world use, not that much different to an SSD i7 iMac.
> multicore, however, is a whole 'nuther story.

Oh yes, chews through video it seems. But again, not quite the scaling I 
might have expected - he seems to suggest double for his mid-spec pro.

Whatever, still want one :-)

Cheers, Rob