Geekbench Tests Show M1 Max Graphics 181% Faster Than The Previous 16-inch Mac Pro Model

Geekbench 5’s Metal score indicates that the M1 Max has up to 181% faster graphics than the previous 16-inch MacBook Pro’s GPUs. Apple introduced the new MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch models this week, both of which are powered by Apple Silicon M1 Pro and M1 Max processors. An early test showed that the M1 Max CPU outperforms the M1 chip by a factor of two.

Benchmark Test with M1 Max Graphics

According to a new benchmark test performed with the new MacBook Pro and just published to the Geekbench website, the GPU of the M1 Max processor achieved a score of 68870 in the Geekbench 5 Metal test. This is the highest possible result. According to the website, the high-end version of the M1 Max processor with 64GB of RAM is responsible for the high-end ranking.

Another benchmark test conducted with the new MacBook Pro reveals that the GPU of the M1 Max chip achieved a score of 68870 in the Geekbench 5 Metal test, which ran on the new MacBook Pro. According to the website, the high-end version of the M1 Max processor with 64GB of RAM is responsible for the high-end ranking.

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M1 Max Chip Vs. 16-inch Macbook Pro

Comparing the AMD Radeon Pro 5300M, which is the GPU present in the base model of the previous 16-inch MacBook Pro with Intel processor, the M1 Max chip has 181% faster graphics. The AMD 5300M scores only 24461 in Geekbench 5. This indicates that the M1 Max chip has 181 percent faster graphics. The M1 Max’s graphics are 62 percent more powerful than the previous model’s best GPU (the AMD Radeon Pro 5600M).

As a result of this outcome, the new MacBook Pro with M1 Max chip is on par with the now-discontinued iMac Pro, which had an AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics processor.

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