A Reddit user has published the initial ratings of the M1 Max chip. A review of these scores shows that Apple's powerful M1 Max processor has a significant advantage over the Radeon RX 6800M and RTX 3080 chips, and in practice these two chips will not have much to say against the Apple giant. Another comparison has been made on the Aztec website between the Apple chip and other GPUs, and the results are astounding. Apple's Max M1 chipset is more powerful than many desktop GPUs such as the RTX 2080 Super, Radeon RX 6800 XT and even the Nvidia Titan V.
Of course, this chip has not been successful in all benchmarks, but considering that this processor is used in Apple laptops, it has a very good performance compared to the power of desktop graphics processors. These are not the only benchmarks that examined the performance of Apple's Max M1 chipset. In a recent report by the prestigious Geekbench benchmark, the chip scored 1749 points in the single-core test and an incredible score of 11542 in the multi-core test. As a result, the M1 Max chip appears to be about 65 percent faster than the M1 processor in the 2020 13-inch MacBook, one of the most powerful smartphone chips on the market.
In addition, the two chips The Apple M1 Pro and Max use 70% less power than the Intel processor. Intel, Apple's rival, which is preparing to introduce its new processors, will probably unveil chipsets that can stand out from Apple's unique chips in the 14- and 16-inch MacBooks. With all of this in mind, Intel CEO still believes he can produce a chip that will persuade Apple to buy it. But as it seems, this is not possible at all unless Apple stops where it is and Intel moves forward. Interestingly, when Intel's CEO was asked if he was disappointed that his company would continue to be a chip maker for Apple in the future and almost gave up, he replied: "I can never. I agree that one day Intel processors will not be used in any product. But more interesting is the fact that Intel recently mocked Apple on YouTube, and now the question is whether the company can really have Apple as its big customer again.
Here it's bad Let's not take a brief look at the two new chips of the American technology giant. Two new Apple processors, namely M1 Pro and M1 Max, which were unveiled at the Apple event a few days ago. The two chipsets are versions of the M1 chip that was introduced last fall and now form the beating heart of Apple's new MacBook Pro. The original M1 chip was introduced less than a year ago as Apple's first proprietary chip in Apple laptops. The chip was used to introduce Apple products to Apple's new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
M1 Pro and M1 Max processors are made with 5-nanometer technology, which Apple announces a significant improvement in their performance; Including the use of more graphics and processing cores and higher RAM. The M1 Pro chip is 70% faster than the M1 chip and has twice the graphics performance. While the basic architecture of the M1 Pro is similar to the previous generation, the number of cores has increased and we now have 10 cores, including 8 powerful cores and 2 low-power cores. Apple also used a 16-core graphics processor with 2048 executable units. Apple's new chip also has more RAM and supports up to 32GB of RAM at 200GB/s. In total, the processor consists of 33.7 billion transistors and 10 cores, which is almost twice as much as the M1 chip transistor.
Apple also unveiled a more powerful chipset called M1 Max, which has a 10-core configuration. It has a CPU that includes 8 powerful and 2 low-power cores, 64 GB of RAM with a bandwidth of 400 GB/s and a 32-core GPU. The M1 Max chip has 57 billion transistors, making it the largest chip Apple has ever made. Apple also announced at the event that the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips will have up to 1.7 times more powerful processing performance than the M1 chipset.