I'm sure you know, but that is the M1 Max - You can select the M1 Pro option but as you upgrade the chip it ends up the same as if you started with the Max as a base.
yeah, saw that, not sure whether it would be cheaper to just get the base model M1 Max and only slightly upgrade it, than the upgraded M1 Pro one I put together..
edit: works out to be about £500 cheaper which is mostly due to getting a smaller ssd.
I'd go all in and max out as much as you can money wise. Adding a few £100 now might buy you another year or two of use later down the line. I bought a mid range MBP in 2015 and it lasted me 3 years, if I'd gone all in it would've prob lasted me another year or two. That model capped out at 16gb of ram though which is the bottle neck for that generation.
Looking at it again, they have made the checkout/upgrade interface in a weird way.
You can upgrade the 16" M1 Pro to have a 24 or 32 Core Max chip, but if you start by selecting the 16" M1 Max, you automatically get the 32 core with no option for the 24.
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