December 9, 2021

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The biggest difference between generations? MacBook Pro with M1 Max delivers up to 181% faster graphics

Apple told us this week Foot Its latest extension to the MacBook Pro series. He enriched it with two wonderful models, which radically changed not only the exterior, but also the interior. The manufacturer introduced two new chipsets with its laptops, the M1 Pro and the M1 Max. And we have to admit he did a great job with both pieces.

We delivered it to you in two days separate article I mentioned that the M1 Max on top of its design (with 32 cores) delivers up to 10.4 TF performance, which is more than the latest generation PlayStation console. In a dedicated graphics card environment, the chipset can be compared, for example, with the NVIDIA RTX 2080.

Understandably, these numbers reflect a significant difference between generations. This is confirmed by the latest results from the popular Geekbench 5 benchmark, which the server indicated 9to5Mac. According to them, the M1 Max delivers up to 181% faster graphics than the GPU of the previous 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Source: Geekbench (via 9to5Mac)

When we look at the exact numbers, the MacBook Pro got the highest configuration (64GB of RAM) 68870 points. The previous model was received in the basic version, which used only AMD Radeon Pro 5300M 24,461 points. However, it also takes the lead on the most powerful variant, or the model with AMD Radeon Pro 5600M graphics. In this case, the difference is 62%.

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The M1 Max is truly a must-do for the biggest professionals. After all, ordinary humans not only need, but also do not have the opportunity to use a graphics processor with 32 cores. The M1 Pro is available to a less demanding group of users, but don’t be fooled, it is undoubtedly one of the current leaders in the market. Within the architecture, it provides 14 to 16 centers.

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