Apple’s Mac Pro has been designed to be one of the most powerful computers in the market today, or at least that’s how it’s being positioned. Users can configure it to the max where you could stuff as much as 1.5TB of RAM into it, meaning that in theory, it should be able to handle just about anything you throw at it.
Of course, everything has its limits, including 1.5TB of RAM, which tech YouTuber Jonathan Morris discovered when he found that he could push the Mac Pro (configured with 1.5TB of RAM) to its limits after he had opened a staggering 6,000 tabs on Google Chrome, which is notorious to be something of a memory hog to begin with.
According to Morris, this little experiment of his started when he discovered that Chrome was eating up a whopping 75GB of RAM, which is more than most computers are configured to begin with. He then decided to see how many more tabs he could open before the Mac Pro called it a day, where like we said, it seemed to have maxed out at 6,000 tabs.
That being said, we’re not sure how many of us would even come close to having that many tabs open to begin with, but wow, 6,000 tabs and 1.5TB of RAM is pretty insane.