Apple’s upcoming M1X to a massive 12-core chip

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Apple’s new and upcoming MacBook Pro models which will be powered by the company’s new M1X will enter into mass production in the second half of 2021. It is reported that the company’s upcoming chipset will be more powerful than the 5nm M1.

In recent rumors, a YouTuber has provided some estimated numbers based on the performance data of existing Apple chipsets. For starters, we have no way to believe that Apple’s silicon will be called the M1X, as such, we have no way to know what the ARM-based is called as of now. If the numbers provided by Miani are to be believed, it could make the new chipset faster than some desktop processors.

According to sources, the Geekbench multi-core score of the M1X almost touches 14,000, making it significantly faster than the 8-core Ryzen 7 5800X from AMD and the 10-core Intel Core i9-10900K. Miami’s numbers are always been near too accurate in the past, earlier Miani provided some estimated performance figures of the A14X Bionic, revealing the results to be on par with a Core i9-9880H. and we know that A14X turned out to be M1 and that the benchmarks were almost similar to the official results.

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The leaked specifications sheet also reveals that the M1X could be a 12-core part. If the core counts are accurate then the new MacBook Pro models will be beast among machines.

Apple’s silicon’s are reaching near the potential of many high-end CPUs from AMD and Intel, as things are moving it seems that the Cupertino giant will become a major and significant player in the silicon market.


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