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Apple M1 benchmarks in 2020 Mini Mac
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Apple has got their work cut out for them. Here's more hype to fuel the debate:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...st-end-pcs

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Quote:Early 2021, for MacBook Pro and iMac

16+4 core CPUs in testing

8+4, 12+4 core CPUs ‘could’ be released first

16, 32 core GPU

Later in 2021, for higher-end desktop

32+? core CPU

64, 128 core GPU, ‘several times faster than the current graphics modules Apple uses from Nvidia and AMD in its Intel-powered hardware’

More Quotes from the article:

"For higher-end desktop computers, planned for later in 2021 and a new half-sized Mac Pro planned to launch by 2022, Apple is testing a chip design with as many as 32 high-performance cores."

"Apple engineers are also developing more ambitious graphics processors. Today’s M1 processors are offered with a custom Apple graphics engine that comes in either 7- or 8-core variations. For its future high-end laptops and mid-range desktops, Apple is testing 16-core and 32-core graphics parts.

For later in 2021 or potentially 2022, Apple is working on pricier graphics upgrades with 64 and 128 dedicated cores aimed at its highest-end machines, the people said. Those graphics chips would be several times faster than the current graphics modules Apple uses from Nvidia and AMD in its Intel-powered hardware."
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Apple M1 benchmarks in 2020 Mini Mac - by apoppin - 11-17-2020, 03:31 PM
RE: Apple M1 benchmarks in 2020 Mini Mac - by apoppin - 12-07-2020, 02:06 PM

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