It was to be expected, Apple has not run out of superlatives to praise the power of the M1: the first Apple Silicon chip for the Mac is a hell of a beast. The first Geekbench 5 benchmark of what appears to be the MacBook Air M1 confirms the scores recorded by what was called the A14X last week (read: If this benchmark is true, then the A14X is seriously depositing).
In single-core treatment, the M1 displays a score of 1,687; in multicore task, it reaches 7,433. This is even a little higher than the results of the A14X (1,634 and 7,220). Apple M1 does better than the Intel chips in each of the MacBooks below …
And of course the M1 chip shrivels the scores of the more recent Ax chips.
The Apple M1 bench confirms the presence of 8 cores with a frequency of 3.20 GHz; this is a MacBook Air with 8 GB of RAM that works under macOS 11.0.1 (build 20B29, identical to release candidate 2). Another benchmark, for the 13-inch MacBook Pro, gives results of 1,714 (single-core) and 6,802 (multi-core). It’s a little worse using all cores, but Geekbench can return sometimes significant variations. A third for the Mac mini shows a score of 1,682 and 7,097.
If the M1 chip indeed promises to be very powerful, it will especially be necessary to monitor whether the performance is able to be maintained over time. It is the cooling which will be taken into account here. The MacBook Pro and Mac mini have a fan that will certainly cool the motor better than the passive cooling of the MacBook Air: the first two will be able to maintain maximum performance for a good while, the third will have to clamp the chip to avoid overheating (read: Apple M1: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, a fan story).
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