18-core iMac Pro Review: Not a Trap!

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iMac Pro. Turns out it’s not a trap. It’s pretty damn good. That time I thought it was a trap: https://youtu.be/RvXmktAurSQ That wallpaper: https://i.imgur.com/YO1xfwJ.jpg Satechi hub: http://am…

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  1. I feel like it's a crime for computers to cost over $2000 lol. Everyone uses smartphones these days and the best of the best never cost over $900-1000 about but computers are like car prices, all over the place and they do the same thing, some just faster than others… like smartphones. 🤔

  2. The thumbnail picture on he computer is the same as my channel intro wtf 😂 but I haven’t even made a video until I get my pc which is taking me awhile

  3. Uses all the power in the world, just to make fucking YouTube videos. Man, you are super productive..
    Wish you utilised that much performance to do anything more than video editing.
    What a PRO…

  4. imagine what kind of pc for 13 000$ you can buy for Adobe premiere, i9 or Threadripper 1950x, a shitload of RAM, a shitload of HDD for storage, SSD, and room for a Titan V for the cuda cores…

  5. It dumbfounds me that still after all this time*, people *still try and make a ✌️"problem"✌️ out of the Magic Mouse having it's lightning charging port underneath it. Well if those people sat down and pondered the logic of plugging it in to charge at night time when you're not using it, or when you're out, ergo also NOT USING THE MOUSE (I can't believe I'm having to highlight such obvious scenarios) they'd realise that their Magic Mouse would never EVER run out of battery if they made a habit out of charging it in the periods when it's NOT being used

    People just like to make a scene and nitpick, but were they to employ the absolute BARE MINIMUM of critical thinking to the situation, they'd possibly realise that it is their thinking which is flawed, not the design.

  6. Samsung 850 Evo 4Tb SSD – approx $1400US on ebay

    Xeon 18-core – approx $3366US on Amazon

    128GB RAM from G-skill (as mid-priced example) – approx $2196US from Amazon

    Those are some of the most expensive components, so what the hell makes this cost $13k US?! 🤔

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