Good thing there's 3950x + Vega 64 x2... you can run OS X on Ryzen 3000 now. (Wonder if you can run it on an Epyc 7742...)
I'm a fan of very extremely old Macs from the mid 80s-1993 or so (68000 machines)
In 1989 the Macintosh IIfx cost $10469, I believe it was the most expensive Mac to date.
Adjusted for inflation, that comes to $22247 today.
Apparently Apple wants everyone to build Hackintosh with Ryzen if they really need OS X on a professional grade product. I can't imagine how this will increase market share in that segment.
Who wants to bet on how long these boxes will last before the GPUs die or whatever due to capacitors of too small a rating or something dumb like that? Can't wait to read about people with more money than sense buying these things, having them fail in less than two years, and having to pay AppleCare $10000 in "repairs" over and over? Pretty sure thats the goal here