2019 iMac 4K Review – Base Model



A few weeks ago, Apple announced an updated 4K iMac with a much needed spec bump. The base model that we’re reviewing now has an i3 Quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB HDD at 5400RPM, and a Radeon Pro 555X with 2GB of VRAM. But is it worth picking up the base model iMac, or should you look at a different model? We’ll tell you all about it and what you should pick up.
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22 thoughts on “2019 iMac 4K Review – Base Model

  1. I hope everyone complaining about the hard drive knows that it’s a Fusion drive which is part SSD and part regular hard drive, so even though it’s 5400, it seems much faster because the regularly used files are stored automatically on the SSD by the computer.

  2. You know this is not base model?
    The base model has a dual core i3, 8gb ram, 5400 rpm had (😔) and integrated graphics.

  3. I just bought this computer. It’s my first iMac and I love it. I haven’t owned a computer for over 10 years so I don’t know much about this hard drive debacle but it seems to work fine for me.

  4. I wonder if I can buy all those recommended upgrades for the 1499.00 version for my 21” iMac I bought in 2012? My hard drive crashed and shows a file on the screen and I broke the front glass but, I wonder if it’s worth saving it and upgrading the parts? I wonder if it’s possible? Or, simply turn it in and spend the 1300.00 for a completely new machine?

  5. It really ticks me off that they make you pay more for a SSD. I had the same iMac for 10 years and just upgraded to the 21.5" i5 6-core 1TB Fusion drive but I'm exchanging for the 27" with SSD, then I can also upgrade my own RAM. I'd probably be better upgrading some parts in my 2008 model and call it good. This is a painful upgrade for me

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