Apple’s most expensive Mac Pro will cost $50,848

Apple’s most expensive Mac Pro will cost $50,848

Apple’s new Mac Pro is available to order today: it starts at $5,999, but if you want the most powerful Mac money can buy, it’ll cost you $50,847.98, making it the single most expensive Mac ever made. That eye-watering price tag comes with some seriously impressive specs to match, though. Let’s break it all down:

  • Base price: $5,999, the entry-level price of a Mac Pro before you start configuring a unit with custom specs. (For reference, the $5,999 Mac Pro comes with 32GB of RAM, an octa-core Intel Xeon CPU, Radeon Pro 580X graphics, and a 256GB SSD.)
  • Processor: a 28-Core, 2.5GHz Intel Xeon W with 28 cores, 56 threads, and Turbo Boost up to 4.4GHz (a $7,000 add-on)
  • RAM: 1.5TB of 2933MHz RAM, broken down into 12 128GB user-replacable slot (a $25,000 add-on)
  • SSDs: 4TB of SSD storage, split across two 2TB SSDs (a $1,400 add-on)
  • GPU: two AMD Radeon Pro Vega II Duo graphics card modules, each with two GPUs inside for a total of four graphics cards, each with 32GB of dedicated RAM per GPU (a $10,800 add on)
  • Afterburner accelerator card: $2,000
  • Wheels for the Mac Pro: $400
  • Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse (included at no extra cost in an exclusive silver / black color scheme that’s unique to buyers of the Mac Pro)
  • Magic Trackpad: it’s sold separately, but it’s also in silver / black color scheme ($129)

Add that all up, and you get $50,847.98.