Apple MacBook Pro is the new excitement for all of us. Plus when Apple launched its new M1 chip, which is the first x86 5nm chip, there was a lot of excitement everywhere. However, Apple never did really refer to which CPU or GPU or was comparing to or the laptop it was referring to.
This again gave a way to lots of questions in the tech world, but, we recently received an idea of the CPU performance through the leaked Geekbench score, which proves the base Apple MacBook Air variant is more powerful than Apple MacBook Pro 16 with a Core i9-9980 in it.
Through this reveal, we get an idea of the laptop’s GPU performance too. Apple has sued an 8-core GPU that promises the best-integrated graphics performance in the industry. It comes with 128 execution units, running up to 24,576 concurrent threads, delivering 2.6 teraflops of graphics performance. Apple does claim its new M1 chip to deliver the best-in-class integrated graphics that let you edit 4K videos; and use heavy applications like Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro at the highest resolution, and; support for 6K displays, media encoding, and decoding games, and many-many more.
All of these have raised many expectations from Apple’s new tiny chip. Through a new leak, we came to know about the real performance of the chip. We saw that the internal GPU of the M1 chip posting 18,656 points on OpenCL.
According to the chart, the Apple M1 chip will give almost a GeForce GTX 1050 desktop GPU level performance. This should be great enough for a lot of people because this is the performance of integrated graphics. Also, paired with Apple’s 16-core Neural engine, the Apple M1 chip should give a good overall performance for daily usage, be it heavy productivity tasks or normal workloads.