Apple has released the iMac Pro, the beastly all-in-one desktop that was largely made as a response to the developer community. Apple CEO Tim Cook described the machine as “badass” when he first revealed the iMac Pro at his company’s WWDC this past summer, and the specs back up that initial appraisal: it packs a pro-level Intel Xeon processor (in a choice of 8-, 10- and 18-core options), 128GB of memory, AMD’s Radeon Vega graphics and up to 4TB of SSD storage. Included is a 5K display, capable of supporting up to 44 million pixels.

The iMac Pro officially launches this Thursday, December 14th.