The GPU in the new M1 Max processors achieves a really brutal score compared to previous computers and the first 13-inch MacBook Pro M1. The new Apple processors get outperforming the 2019 16-inch MacBook Pros by far, they had 42,510 points and the new models’ score reaches 68,870 points Metal Score. For the 13-inch MacBook M1 models, the Metal score is 20581.
Secondly the new M1 Max have a GPU of up to 32 cores while the first M1 released by the company have a maximum of 8 cores. The difference is truly abysmal between the two processors after the passage of a single year between the launch of one and the other.
More than twice as fast the M1 Max as the previous 16-inch MacBook
Compared to the fastest chip available in the previous generation 16-inch MacBook Pros released in 2019, the M1 Max in its most powerful version is 62 percent faster and it’s 3x faster than the M1 chip in the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Comparing various benchmarks in the Geekbench tests, between the new M1 Max processors and the M1 Pro, an average single-core score of 1742 is obtained and an average multi-core score of 12135. Ultimately these first data show that the single core results are the highest obtained by a Mac with the exception of the results obtained by the powerful Intel Xeon 16, 18, 24 and 28 core used in high-end iMac Pro and Mac Pro models. The results shown in this article come from the Metal benchmark.