How does the Apple M1 GPU handle the competition? New SoC benchmarks show it offers pretty convincing performance on an integrated graphics chip, surpassing even the GTX 1050 Ti and RX 560 d’AMD
It's a New Dawn for MacBooks Apple launched the first MacBook Pro and MacBook Air to include an in-house M1 chip and adopt ARM architecture just like iPhone SoCs for the first time, the graphics part does not support integrated Intel or AMD GPUs
Knowing that the Apple M1 is not compatible with external graphics cards, the integrated GPU will have to withstand graphic design professionals, to content creators and Mac gamers. The performance of the new chip has been meticulously measured on the GFXBench platform 50
When introducing the M1 chip the 10 November, Apple underlined its performance by noting that the integrated graphics chip was among the fastest in the world in practical terms.. How does it compare to the competition?
The Apple M1 is clearly not designed to compete with the latest GPUs on the market. Can you say it performs better than the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and the Radeon RX 560 d’AMD? These graphics cards are not very small and were placed at their launch in the entry segment / mid-range Apple's new SoC also rivals GTX 1650, which he follows closely (26 Tflops against 29 Tflops pour Nvida Graphics)
As a reminder, the latter has been cut to provide a perfect gaming experience at 1080p resolution for relatively low power titles, which means that on the new MacBook Pros, MacBook Air et Apple Mini, if the mighty monsters are not powerful enough to perform video editing tasks, you can even play comfortable 1080p resolution for less demanding games
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