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The first benchmarks of the new M1 Max chips on Geekbench



The first benchmarks of the new M1 Max chips on Geekbench

Immediately after the announcement of the M1 Max and M1 Pro chips on the new Apple MacBooks, the first benchmarks on Geekbench have already appeared.

The first benchmarks of the M1 Max and M1 Pro chips disappoint

It took just a few hours after the official announcement of Apple, to already have a first feedback on the new chips. These, especially the M1 Max and M1 Pro, featured on the new MacBooks, don’t seem particularly surprising from the first benchmarks. On Geekbench theM1 Maxwith 10 cores and 32GB of memory, achieved a single core score of 1749 and multi core score of 11542. The previous version, the current one, with Apple M1 SoC, instead gets 1733 points in single core and 7584 points in multi core.

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Basically, from the first data, the purchase of a new MacBook Pro does not seem particularly convenient. Also because, the price difference is very significant. The new MacBook Pro 14in fact it costs € 3539while the current version starts from € 1479.

However, it should be noted that Geekbench data may not be entirely reliable. The tests were in fact carried out on a version of macOS Monterey which will not be the definitive one. Furthermore, Geekbench records a CPU base frequency of only 24MHz, a parameter that could compromise the final data. We will therefore have to wait for the official release, scheduled for October 26to know the real results.