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According to a tweet by the co-founder of Panic Inc, Cabel Sasser (via Cult of Mac), it appears that the iMac Pro comes with a custom chip of its own called the T2.
It will feature a 27-inch Retina 5K display, up to 18-core Xeon processors and up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation. "I've seldom seen a jump this dramatic before on any new generation of Macs - 20%-30% speed increases are the norm ..."
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For detailed numbers and test results, head over to the source page. Brownlee also notes that the iMac Pro worked well on Final Cut Pro X tasks that would typically choke another iMac. Apple doesn't mention base clock speeds but lets on that Turbo Boost speeds up to 4.5 GHz are on tap. The powerful, all-in-one desktop can handle video and graphics editing and real-time 3D rendering. The iMac shown in the video happens to be a 10-core iMac Pro and if you want to get your hands on the14-core or the 18-core, you'll have to wait until the next year. That's not part of the iMac Pro. Apple was tight-lipped as to the manufacturer and interface used for the SSDs, but given the computers' price tags and pro-duty aspirations, we'd imagine they're speedy NVMe units. The Thunderbolt ports are joined by a smattering of USB 3.0 Type-A connectors, audio jacks, a card reader, and a 10-Gigabit Ethernet port.