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Tag Archives: iMac Pro

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Another Industry First for OWC Memory – Maxing Out the iMac Pro

Larry O'Connor, Founder and CEO of OWC, is pleased to announce yet another industry first for the company. Maxing out iMac Pro memory. “Recently, we confirmed and began offering up to 1TB of memory for the 8, 12, and 16-Core 2019 Mac Pro models. A first in the industry as factory options are only available up to 768GB. Today, we’re announcing another industry first – OWC is doubling the maximum factory installed memory for the Apple iMac Pro."

OWC Confirms Availability of 256GB Memory for iMac Pro

OWC announces support for 256GB memory upgrades for iMac Pro (2017 – Current) - 8X the factory standard memory in the 3.2GHz, 32GB base model. These high-performing memory kits empower iMac Pro owners to boost performance levels and run more apps, work with larger files, speed up render times, and manipulate larger data sets.

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How to use Siri to find files on your Mac (and Elsewhere)

You can use Siri, Apple’s “personal digital assistant,” to find files on your Mac (and other places). This comes in handy when you can’t remember the full name of a file or where you saved it. First, you need to...

The Best Mac Gear for Working from Home or On the Road

The business fiscal year can end with an unexpected surprise -- a little extra money that wasn't spent from your company's budget. That makes it the optimum time to upgrade your Mac equipment to something newer and faster. In today's post, we'll...

Mac 101: Get More Done with More Memory

RAM upgrades can be both the simplest and least expensive ways to extend the productive life of your Mac. They can also improve general performance by allowing you to have more windows open, have more "stuff" on your desktop, and...

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