Following the first M1 iPad Pro criteria emerging the other day, were now getting a better look at early standards for the M1 iMac. As is to be expected, offered that the gadgets share the exact same M1 processor, the benchmark outcomes for the 24-inch iMac and brand-new iPad Pro are rather similar.
The criteria emerged on Geekbench this afternoon, and they show that the M1 iMac with an 8-core CPU attains single-core ratings of around 1,700 and multi-core ratings of around 7,400. Again, this puts it in line with the other M1 Macs, along with the M1 iPad Pro.
For additional comparison, the 21.5-inch iMac that this brand-new M1 iMac changes attains single-core ratings of around 1,200 and multi-core ratings of around 6,400 when configured with the Intel Core i7 processor. The setup with an Intel Core i3 processor accomplishes single-core scores of 950 and multi-core scores of 3,300.
In single-core results the M1 iMac is:
78% faster than the Intel Core i3 21.5-inch iMac
42% faster than the Intel Core i7 21.5-inch iMac
In multi-core results the M1 iMac is:
124% faster than the Intel Core i3 21.5-inch iMac
16% faster than the Intel Core i7 21.5-inch iMac
The benchmark outcomes indicate that the M1 iMac runs with a base CPU frequency of 3.2 GHz. The models revealed in these benchmark results are set up with 16GB of combined memory and running macOS 11.3.
Here are average multi-core outcomes for other Apple items:
21.5-inch iMac (early 2019) with Intel Core i3: 3,329
21.5-inch (early 2019) with Intel Core i7: 6,400
16″ MacBook Pro with Intel Core i9 processor: 6,819
M1 Mac mini: 7,346
iPad Air: 4,246
M1 iPad Pro: 7,200
A12Z iPad Pro: 4,656
M1 MacBook Air: 7,580
The first M1 iMac orders are slated to arrive to customers on May 21. These benchmark outcomes most likely come from members of the press testing their evaluation units. Leaker Jon Prosser has actually shown those reviews will come on Tuesday, May 18. The reviews need to offer more information on the M1 iMacs efficiency, style, and more.
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