After the announcement of the chips M1 Pro and M1 Max that equip Apple’s new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, the first performance tests are starting to arrive. According to measurements made with the Geekbench test program, the SoC M1 Max obtains a very high “Metal” score – which measures graphics power – at 68870 points.
In comparison, the AMD Radeon Pro 5300M circuit, which powers the previous base version of the 16-inch MacBook Pros, with an Intel processor, scores 24,461 points. Thus, the M1 Max provides a record graphics performance gain of 181%. With the high-end version, featuring an AMD Radeon Pro 5600M circuit (score of 42510 points), the M1 Max is 62% faster. As to 13-inch MacBook Pro with his SoC M1, he obtained a score of 20,581 points.
Note that the tester does not indicate which version of the M1 Max circuit has been tested (24 or 32 core GPU). It just specifies that this is a version with a 10-core CPU and 64 GB of unified RAM.
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Another Geekbench test revealed that the M1 Max’s CPU averages scores of 1742 points for single core and 12135 points for multi-core. It is thus twice as fast as the M1 chip for this second test. The 13-inch MacBook Pro circuit scores around 1,700 points and 7,000 points.
Source : 9TO5Mac