LATE 2012 27" Apple iMac 3.4 GHz Core i7 1TB SSD850 Samsung 32GB RAM NVIDIA For Sale

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LATE 2012 27" Apple iMac 3.4 GHz Core i7 1TB SSD850 Samsung 32GB RAM NVIDIA:
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LOADED 2012 27" Apple iMac 3.4 GHz Core i7 1TB SSD850 Samsung 32GB RAM NVIDIA. Condition is Used. Shipped with FedEx Ground or FedEx Home Delivery.


I bought this direct from Apple in 2012. It is still in great working order but does have a slightly damaged screen ( crack on top left..there is a photo) and has a line in the left side of the monitor. It didn’t bother me much so I used it as is; the picture quality is still top quality. There is a Samsung Pro 850 SSD 1TD Sata drive in it. This computer has been awesome but I had to upgrade to a more pro system so this one is up for grabs. The computer in is great working order besides the cosmetic screen damage. Sold as is as you see it. If you have any questions then I will try to respond ASAP. I still have the original iMac box & the original shipping box. All the ports on the rear are 100% good. I ran photoshop, protools, and internet on this thing at same time with no issues. This computer is awesome. This listing if for the iMac only.

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