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Re: New Macbook Pro

Postby Hugh Robjohns » Fri Mar 06, 2020 4:25 pm

Eddy Deegan wrote:Spot the difference:

Mike McLoone wrote:
Howdy Doody Time wrote:I suggest 8 Core rather than the extra RAM. I think adding memory chips later would be easier than changing out the CPU

With Apple I'm afraid it isn't possible to upgrade the Mac Book RAM or SSD these days after the device is purchased:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/250889216


johnny h wrote:
Howdy Doody Time wrote:I suggest 8 Core rather than the extra RAM. I think adding memory chips later would be easier than changing out the CPU
Have you been living in a cave for the last 8 years? You haven't been able to upgrade RAM since the MBP Retina came out in 2012.

Get the 16", 32 ram, 2TB SSD (at least) and 8 cores. You can't upgrade.

Johnny, why are you being gratuitously hostile? Especially as you're repeating the gist of an earlier, politer, answer.

Chill out man!

Glad it's not just me thinking the same thing... :lolno:
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