Discrete 750M GPU and 256GB SSD not an option?

sevimli

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Jun 26, 2007
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I was really hoping to order 2.3ghz, 16gb ram, 256gb sad and gfx750m gpu, so this is not an option anymore? I have 32TB of NAS solution, that's why I really do not need extra space on my mbp...
 

davidw

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Jun 6, 2005
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I was really hoping to order 2.3ghz, 16gb ram, 256gb sad and gfx750m gpu, so this is not an option anymore? I have 32TB of NAS solution, that's why I really do not need extra space on my mbp...
No, it's not an option. Just get the 512 - it can't hurt!
 

SomeGuyDude

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Mar 19, 2011
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The 265GB with integrated gfx and less RAM (and less proc speed I believe?) is $2000.

All the bells and whistles is about $2600.

I don't think you would save more than about $75 going for less storage.
 

Breedlove

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Oct 23, 2006
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Read in an earlier thread that Apple made a base model with 750M available for someone through their university. (2.0/8/256/750M)

Not sure how reliable the report was but just pointing out that this has been alleged to have happened.
 

john123

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Jul 20, 2001
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Read in an earlier thread that Apple made a base model with 750M available for someone through their university. (2.0/8/256/750M)

Not sure how reliable the report was but just pointing out that this has been alleged to have happened.
I (and most others here) thought that claim was either bogus or based on misinformation.
 

davidw

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Jun 6, 2005
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I (and most others here) thought that claim was either bogus or based on misinformation.
Not to mention, why would you do that? Who would only get 8GB of RAM in a super-expensive MacBook Pro 15 with a discrete graphics card when it's completely un-upgradable?
 
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