How much would you sell/buy this iMac pro for?

Bubblegumkid

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Nov 19, 2018
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Hey guys I’m looking to sell my imac but I’m having a hard time coming up with a price. The mac is mint its just been collecting dust so thinking of selling.

The mac is a 27”, Retina 5K, late 2015 model.
-3.2 ghz intel core i5 processor
-Memory - 32 GB 1867 mhz DDR3
-1TB storage
-Graphics AMD Radeon R9 M380 2048 MB

The ram has been upgraded from 16gigs to 32gigs

Also comes with final cut pro X and a Seagate 5 TB external hard-drive.
Apple wireless mouse + keyboard

Any help would be really appreciated.
 
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h9826790

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Hey guys I’m looking to sell my imac pro but I’m having a hard time coming up with a price. The mac is mint its just been collecting dust so thinking of selling.

It’s a 27” imac pro purchased in 2016
The ram has been upgraded from 16gigs to 32gigs
Comes with final cut pro X and a Seagate 1TB external hard-drive.
Apple wireless mouse + keyboard

Any help would be really appreciated.
How can you own a 2016 iMac Pro?

The very very first iMac Pro was launched in Dec 2017.

And 32GB RAM is the base config of the iMac Pro. There is no way to "upgrade to" 32GB RAM.
 
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fhturner

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How can you own a 2016 iMac Pro?

The very very first iMac Pro was launched in Dec 2017.

And 32GB RAM is the base config of the iMac Pro. There is no way to "upgrade to" 32GB RAM.
Yes, I'm thinking you must have a 2015 iMac 27" 5K. Pricing will depend on what processor, GPU, and storage configuration you have. Use About this Mac and check out http://www.everymac.com to pinpoint the model exactly, then have a look on eBay to see what they've been selling for and price accordingly...
 

Bubblegumkid

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 19, 2018
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Yes, I'm thinking you must have a 2015 iMac 27" 5K. Pricing will depend on what processor, GPU, and storage configuration you have. Use About this Mac and check out http://www.everymac.com to pinpoint the model exactly, then have a look on eBay to see what they've been selling for and price accordingly...
Yes sorry its not a pro just an imac with upgraded ram. As a previous poster mentioned i reposted this thread to the iMac section with all the specs. Thanks everyone!