The M2 Max is 9% slower than the M1 Ultra in the Geekbench benchmark

The M2 Max is 9% slower than the M1 Ultra in the Geekbench benchmark

In the past few days, Apple unveiled its new generation MacBook chips, and now in the latest news and benchmarks, it is clear that the performance of the highest chip of this series is The M2 Max is nearly 9% slower than the previous generation M1 Ultra Is. The new MacBooks are very similar to the previous models, and the company also introduced its latest chips with new computing capabilities.

However, published M2 benchmarks have brought improvements in the GPU department to the new MacBooks. In a direct comparison in this regard, based on Geekbench benchmarks, the GPU unit of the nineteen-core M2 Pro and thirty-eight-core M2 Max chips has brought about a 30% performance improvement over the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

This performance boost is particularly significant on the GPU side, allowing content creators to run their projects faster using the new MacBooks and these chips. In the scoring section of this benchmark, M2 Pro scored 52,691 and M2 Max scored 86,805.

Apple M2 Max is slower than the M1 Ultra

In this regard, the previous generation of these chipsets, M1 Pro, scored 39,758, while M1 Max managed to score 64,708. As reported above, the new generation M2 Max chip in the MacBook Pro is almost 9% slower than Apple’s top-of-the-line M1 Ultra chip in the latest benchmarks.

Apple’s older M1 Ultra chip scored 94,584, almost 9 percent faster than the M2 Max, which scored 86,805. While the previous generation Ultra chip had faster GPU performance, OpenCL scores are the same for both chips. As for the single-core and multi-core scores on Geekbench, Both the M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets score 1,969 and 15,103 respectively, which is a nearly 20% performance boost compared to the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.

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