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It's official! As we reported yesterday morning, the iMac Pro is now officially on sale in the United States, starting with the two base models—the 8-core and 10-core variations—and a price tag of $5,000 for the 'standard configuration.'

Up until now, that's the only price we knew for this behemoth of a computer—what Apple calls "the most powerful Mac ever"—but now that the iMac Pro website is official and the product is up in the store, we can find out how much a fully loaded version costs. And let's just say you should hold on to your wallets.

If you go to Apple's store website and trick out the computer, going all the way up to the 2.3GHz 18-core Intel Xeon W Processor with Turbo Boost up to 4.3GHz, 128GB of 2666MHz DDR4 ECC memory, a 4TB SSD, and a Radeon Pro Vega 64 graphics card with 16GB of its own HBM2 memory, your price tag goes up to.

Drum roll please...


If you do one of the more basic configurations, you'll be able to get yours in the next 1-2 weeks. However, if you plan to shell out the aforementioned $13,200 for the fully-loaded 18-core beast, don't expect to get the computer in 2017. According to the Apple store website, a fully loaded variation will ship in 6-8 weeks.

To learn more or configure your own (if you're lucky enough to have pockets this deep) head over to the iMac Pro website.