Who has the highest specked MacBook on MacRumors?

falconeight

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I have a 13 inch rMBP with a 256 ssd, 2.5 I5, and 8gb of ram. Can anyone beat that?:cool:
 

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Sure. I have a 15" with a 512GB SSD, 2.3GHz i7 and 16GB of RAM.

Why does it matter? :confused:
Why? Because there is nothing else to compare between each other, or do you really wanna compare character traits or spinach or cats? Superficial is the best, no angst to not get to know each other.

Anyway, my entry, 2.8 GHz 17" MBP with 8 GB RAM. From 2009.
 

SandboxGeneral

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Why? Because there is nothing else to compare between each other, or do you really wanna compare character traits or spinach or cats? Superficial is the best, no angst to not get to know each other.

Anyway, my entry, 2.8 GHz 17" MBP with 8 GB RAM. From 2009.
How about spinach and cats? :p
 
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How about spinach and cats? :p
Okay, I take my spinach frozen, but not hacked.
And cats, I prefer the stray ones, or the wild ones (had to catch a wild kitten once, man, it still hurts, those feisty teeth bit right through goat gloves).



Oh, yeah?

How about...ah...bigger...never mind!:cool:
But that leaves out one sex, unless one compares those two organs' sizes in relation to its capacity of receiving/giving of pleasure, then the one sex has won without question. Probably. Hmm, I should become a scientist and do some studies on that subject, long studies. Several long ones.
 

tann

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In my signature.

2010 2.66GHz, 8GB ram and a 256GB SSD.

The only thing holding it back for my personal needs is the 8GB ram limit.
 

Shrink

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But that leaves out one sex, unless one compares those two organs' sizes in relation to its capacity of receiving/giving of pleasure, then the one sex has won without question. Probably. Hmm, I should become a scientist and do some studies on that subject, long studies. Several long ones.
I have no idea what you are talking about!

I was talking about the size of my new refrigerator.

OMG! Where you talking about...Oh no...how awful!:eek:



If you want to read about some really wild research, read Masters and Johnson's early research on female orgasm.

Trust me...:p
 

SandboxGeneral

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Okay, I take my spinach frozen, but not hacked.
And cats, I prefer the stray ones, or the wild ones (had to catch a wild kitten once, man, it still hurts, those feisty teeth bit right through goat gloves).

But that leaves out one sex, unless one compares those two organs' sizes in relation to its capacity of receiving/giving of pleasure, then the one sex has won without question. Probably. Hmm, I should become a scientist and do some studies on that subject, long studies. Several long ones.
I have no idea what you are talking about!

I was talking about the size of my new refrigerator.

OMG! Where you talking about...Oh no...how awful!:eek:



If you want to read about some really wild research, read Masters and Johnson's early research on female orgasm.

Trust me...:p
Okay guys, we had our fun, let's reign this back in and get back on topic. :)
 

Fouracre44

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12" on the flop...

Oh sorry guys, I'll be serious.. Alright, well honestly, I like my spinach blended, and I prefer baby spinach due to general crispiness.

15" 2.2 ghz 2011 Model, 4gb ram.

Waiting for Haswell macbook pro's, going to hand this baby over to a family member, and I suppose you could say downgrade, to a 13" Macbook Pro ( if they update the non retina then it will be the non retina ).

I don't need much computing power anymore, I just like the general build quality of Macbook pro computers. I tend to use my computer for more basic tasks including music, backing up my media and word processing. :)
 

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I know vpro has a 2.8 GHz rMBP with16 GB RAM and 768 SSD. At least that is what his sig says. He wins.
 

skaertus

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MacBook Pro, 17" IGZO display with 3840x2400 resolution, two 6-core Core i7 Extreme 4960X processors at 3.6 GHz, 64 GB RAM, four 768 GB SSDs, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan graphics card, eight USB 3.0 ports and six Thunderbolt ports. Battery life of 28 hours. And it weighs less than an 11" MacBook Air.
 

duervo

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MacBook Pro, 17" IGZO display with 3840x2400 resolution, two 6-core Core i7 Extreme 4960X processors at 3.6 GHz, 64 GB RAM, four 768 GB SSDs, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan graphics card, eight USB 3.0 ports and six Thunderbolt ports. Battery life of 28 hours. And it weighs less than an 11" MacBook Air.
Same, except mine's an 18", with 2 Titan cards, 128GB RAM, and four 960GB SSDs. My battery life is only 26 hours though. How did you get 28 hours with yours?!
 

BigBeast

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Sure. I have a 15" with a 512GB SSD, 2.3GHz i7 and 16GB of RAM.

Why does it matter? :confused:
Got a 15" rMBP with 512GB SSD, 2.6GHz i7, and 16GB RAM.

I'm not sure why it matters. Guess it matters to the OP for some reason. Regardless of the reason, there was no way he was going to "win" ;)
 

skaertus

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Same, except mine's an 18", with 2 Titan cards, 128GB RAM, and four 960GB SSDs. My battery life is only 26 hours though. How did you get 28 hours with yours?!
I opted for just one Titan card to save some battery. That's why!
 

bniu

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Same, except mine's an 18", with 2 Titan cards, 128GB RAM, and four 960GB SSDs. My battery life is only 26 hours though. How did you get 28 hours with yours?!
in about 10 years, this will probably be reality!