The new MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Max is three times faster than its predecessor based on the Apple M1. The results of testing the GPU in Geekbench appeared

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The first test results of the new MacBook Pro based on the Apple M1 Max SoC in the popular Geekbench test application confirmed that it was twice as fast as its predecessors on the Apple M1 in terms of multi-core CPU performance, and now the GPU test results have appeared.

Recall that the Apple M1 Max is equipped with a 24- or 32-core GPU, while the Apple M1 has an 8-core GPU. In the very first Metal test, the new product scored 68870 points. For comparison, the 13-inch MacBook Pro with the Apple M1 scored 20,581 points, while the Radeon Pro 5600M, which is equipped with the previous top version of the MacBook Pro with Intel SoCs, scored 42,510 points.

The new MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Max is three times faster than its predecessor based on the Apple M1.  The results of testing the GPU in Geekbench appeared

It turns out that the new MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Max was three times faster than its predecessor based on the Apple M1, and also 62% faster than the top-end 16-inch MacBook Pro of the previous generation.

It is currently unknown how many cores the tested Apple M1 Max had (24 or 32). The answer to this question will appear when we have more test results.

According to Apple, the new SoC is capable of delivering about 70% faster processor performance over the M1. GPU performance, according to official figures, is increased by about 4 times compared to the Apple M1.

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