Apple’s M1 Pro & M1 Max can be seen in the latest benchmarks!

Without a doubt, the 12the generation of Intel CPUs is in the spotlight as well Alder Lake promise a lot to power users. As usual with the release of each new CPU, the measurements in the various benchmarking utilities they’re on fire and that’s what happened now, with the Alder Lake flagship, Core i9-12900K, which was confronted with the much-publicized Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max.

According to the measurements uploaded to the Geekbench benchmarking utility, the Core i9-12900K caught 18,500 points in the multi-core part, which is much larger compared to them 12,500 points of M1 Pro and M1 Max. But for users who do not want to buy the most expensive offer of Alder Lake, even the i7-127000 achieves better results in benchmarks compared to the M1 Pro and M1 Max chipset. However, one parameter to keep in mind is that Intel’s Alder Lake is by far more “energy consuming” compared to Apple’s two proposals, as these chipsets offer low energy consumption and very good performance, for this and could be characterized as ideal solutions to “Inhabit” inside laptops. That is why we are waiting with special interest for the new iMacs, which will make their appearance in 2022 and thus we will have a better measure of comparison.


Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.

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