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The Single-Core Geekbench benchmark of Apple M1 is faster than the Single-Core of every other Mac

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New benchmarks today have appeared on Geekbench showing the Single-Core performance of the new M1 chip at x86 under Rosetta 2.
The Single-Core Geekbench benchmark of Apple M1 is faster than the Single-Core of every other Mac
Apple's new M1 chip

Promising speed!

It showed that the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini powered by the newly announced Apple M1 chip has a higher Single-Core score than any other Mac powered by Intel chips.
Versus other chips
Versus other chips

Yes, even versus the Intel Core i9-10910 running at 3.6GHz with a 1251 Single-Core score. How? New devices powered by the M1 chip have a Single-Score score of over 1700. In case you are wondering, it has a Multi-Score Score of 7422.

To recall, the Apple M1 is an ARM-based Apple Silicon chip under the 5nm process. It uses an octa-core design with 4x high-performance cores and 4x efficiency cores. It has 16 billion transistors in total.

Apple claims that the CPU performs 3.5x faster, the 8-core GPU is 5x faster, the Machine Learning workloads are now 9x faster and the SSD performance is 2x faster.

Apple also said that it has the ability to achieve 
18 hours of video playback and 20 hours on MacBook Pro because of this.


Source: Geekbench, Via: MacRumors
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