The M1 Max Duo chip could power next year’s iMac

All Apple computers that have been equipped with proprietary processors are characterized by great performance, even those with the M1 chip.

According to APPL Tree and Max Tech, next year’s iMac (the successor to the 27-inch model with an Intel processor) can be powered by a 20-core processor, a graphics system with 64 cores and 128 GB memory. Of course, this would be the most powerful variant available. This is to be possible thanks to the combination of two M1 Max processors, which would be mounted on one chip, on both sides of it.

Hector Martin, who is trying to port Linux to M1 machines, recently reported that there are many references to such chips in the system and not yet used. Which might suggest their debut next year.

Source: CultOfMac

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