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M1 Ultra Outperforms 28-Core Intel Mac Pro in First Leaked Benchmark


The principal benchmark for Apple's M1 Ultra chip sprung up on Geekbench following the present occasion, affirming that the bent-over M1 Max is to be surely ready to outflank the best quality Mac Pro as Apple claims.

Marked Mac13,2, the Mac Studio with 20-center ‌M1‌ Ultra that was benchmarked acquired a solitary center score of 1793 and a multi-center score of 24055.

Similarly, the best quality ‌Mac Pro‌ with a 28-center Intel Xeon W chip has a solitary center score of 1152 and a multi-center score of 19951, so the ‌M1‌ Ultra is 21% quicker in this specific benchmark examination with regards to multi-center execution. For single-center execution, the ‌M1‌ Ultra is 56% quicker than the 28-center ‌Mac Pro‌.

Apple has guaranteed that the ‌M1‌ Ultra ultimately depends on 60% quicker than the 28-center ‌Mac Pro‌ with regards to CPU execution, so Apple might be referring to single-center contrasts in the measurements that it shared during the present occasion. This is only one benchmark, so we could see the ‌M1‌ Ultra performing better in extra benchmarks following the March 18 arrival of the ‌Mac Studio‌.

First Apple M1 Ultra Benchmark Posted, Nearly Matches Threadripper 3990X

Another Apple M1 Ultra benchmark was shared by @Benchleaks on Twitter, exhibiting a stunning multi-center outcome in Geekbench 5 for Apple's new lead, with an amazing 24,055 places. The execution was great to such an extent that the M1 Ultra had the option to almost close the hole with AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64 center processor, being only a couple of rate focuses off its score.

The M1 Ultra was simply reported today, as Apple's new first in class SoC for the M1 age. The new chip is an outright behemoth, highlighting two M1 Max SoCs connected along with a new interconnect that Apple is calling UltraFusion. This really gives the M1 Ultra twofold the equipment of the M1 Max.

Center counts for the M1 Ultra have been raised to 20 CPU centers altogether, with 16 of those centers being elite execution engaged and the last four running as proficiency centers. GPU center counts have likewise expanded to 64 centers, alongside an eye-watering 128GB of bound together memory, running at a noteworthy 800GBps.

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Geekbench 5 Scores
Apple M1 Ultra179324055
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X121325133
Intel Core i9-12900K199717204
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X168616565

The M1 Ultra's performance is without a doubt very impressive. The multi-threaded score for this particular Geekbench 5 run came in at 24,055 points. For perspective, AMD's Threadripper 3990X with 64 Zen 2 cores is just 4.5% faster, coming in with 25,133 points.

This is incredible considering the M1 Ultra only has 20 cores, with an advertised power consumption of just 60 watts according to Apple. That would make the M1 Ultra 4.7x more efficient compared to the power-hungry 3990X with its 280W TDP.

Of course, it's no surprise that Intel's 16 core i9-12900K was also decimated in the process, showing a 40% loss compared to the M1 Ultra. AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X also suffered the same fate, with an even greater 45% loss.

The x86 CPUs do claw their way back in the single-threaded results, with the Core i9-12900K outperforming the M1 Ultra by 11.4%. However, Intel is the only winner in this scenario, with both AMD's 3990X and 5950X losing out to the M1 Ultra, by 47.8% and 6.3% respectively.

While these numbers are very impressive, this is just one benchmark. More importantly, Geekbench 5 results don't always line up with real-world performance, so we still need to take these results with a few doses of salt. It will be exciting to finally see what the M1 Ultra can do in real-world scenarios once the chip arrives in the new Mac Studio coming on March 18th.

Apple announces M1 Ultra chip with 20-core CPU an 64-core GPU

CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today reported M1 Ultra, the following goliath jump for Apple silicon and the Mac. Including UltraFusion - Apple's inventive bundling engineering that interconnects the pass on from two M1 Max chips to make a framework on a chip (SoC) with remarkable degrees of execution and capacities - M1 Ultra conveys stunning registering capacity to the new Mac Studio while keeping up with industry-driving execution per watt. The new SoC comprises of 114 billion semiconductors, the most ridiculously ever in a PC chip. M1 Ultra can be arranged with up to 128GB of high-transmission capacity, low-inertness brought together memory that can be gotten to by the 20-center CPU, 64-center GPU, and 32-center Neural Engine, giving shocking execution to designers incorporating code, craftsmen working in enormous 3D conditions that were already difficult to deliver, and video experts who can transcode video to ProRes up to 5.6x quicker than with a 28-center Mac Pro with Afterburner.1

"Yet again m1 Ultra is another distinct advantage for Apple silicon that will stun the PC business. By interfacing two M1 Max kick the bucket with our UltraFusion bundling engineering, we're ready to scale Apple silicon to extraordinary new statures. With its strong CPU, enormous GPU, unbelievable Neural Engine, ProRes equipment speed increase, and tremendous measure of bound together memory, M1 Ultra finishes the M1 family as the world's most impressive and proficient chip for a PC."