The M1 chip belonging to the “MacBook Air” with 8GB of RAM has a single-core score of 1687 and a multi-core score of 7433. According to the benchmark, the fundamental frequency of M1 is 3.2GHz.
Compared to existing devices, the MacBook Air’s M1 chip is better than all iOS devices. For comparison iPhone 12 Pro The A14, the highest ranked iOS device on Geekbench’s charts, received a single-core score of 1584 and a multi-core score of 3898. iPad Air, Obtained a single-core score of 1585 and a multi-core score of 4647.
Compared to Mac, Single core performance is better than other available Macs, And multi-core performance outperforms all 2019 16-inch MacBook Pro models, including the 10th generation high-end 2.4GHz Intel Core i9 model. The high-end 16-inch MacBook Pro scored a single-core score of 1096 and a multi-core score of 6870.
While the M1 chip is better than the 16-inch MacBook Pro model when it comes to raw CPU benchmarks, the 16-inch MacBook Pro has the potential to improve performance as it has high-power discrete GPUs in other areas such as the GPU. there is.
The MacBook Air has a fanless design, and the MacBook Pro has a new Apple-designed cooling system, so even with the same M1 chip, there can be performance differences between the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. Please note that there is sex. ..There is also Mac mini benchmark, But it has about the same score.
Powered by the benchmarked M1 chip, the Mac mini scored a single-core score of 1682 and a multi-core score of 7067.
update: There is It’s also a benchmark For a 13-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 chip and 16GB RAM, the single-core score is 1714 and the multi-core score is 6802. Like the MacBook Air, the fundamental frequency is 3.2GHz. Several other MacBook Air benchmarks have emerged with similar scores, with a complete list below. Available in Geekbench..
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