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Topic # 223443 29-Sep-2017 14:12
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Maxxed out 27" iMac in great condition.

 

Quad Core i7
32GB RAM 
512GB SSD (for the OS)
128GB SSD (can be used as dedicated scratch disk)
GeForce GTX 680MX 2GB
27" 2560x1440 LED-backlit 16:9 widescreen IPS display

 

This was originally Fusion drive model but I had the HDD replaced (by the experts at Core) with a Samsung EVO Pro 850. The original Apple SSD (128GB) was kept and I used it as a dedicated scratch disk for Adobe CC applications. Having a dedicated SSD drive for scratch disk is a huge boost for any photo/video editing workflow!

 

Very fast machine but I had to downgrade to a laptop due to some travelling duties.

 

I have the box and all original items it came with. Also have the original shipping box I got it from Apple in.


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  Reply # 1874803 29-Sep-2017 15:01
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Late 2012

 

The CTO config from this link

 

https://support.apple.com/kb/sp667?locale=en_US


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That generation was a beast.  Happy selling!


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