According to foreign media reports, Apple’s newly released M1 Max processor running score was officially released, and its overall score surpassed the Intel Core i9-11900H.
The report pointed out that a user using a MacBook Pro equipped with an M1 Max processor uploaded the Adobe Premiere Pro test results to the database. According to the test data, the test tool for the M1 Max processor is the PugetBench version of Premiere Pro 15.4.1.
In terms of overall performance, the standard score of the M1 Max processor is 1168, which is higher than that of the Intel Core i9-11900H processor and close to the score of the Intel Core i9-11900K or AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor. In addition, compared to the M1 processor, the test score of the M1 Max processor has increased by 467 points.
In the Extended Live Playback section, the M1 Max processor test score reached 161 points, ranking first, surpassing the Intel Core i9-11900K.
In the GPU performance section, the M1 Max processor’s special effects test score reached 68.6 points, and the GPU scored 66 points.
In the Standard Export section, the M1 Max processor lags behind Intel and AMD’s desktop processors and loses to Intel Core i7-11800H.
The Apple M1 Max processor encapsulates 57 billion transistors, is composed of a 10-core CPU and a 32-core GPU, supports 64GB LPDDR5 memory, and has a memory bandwidth of 400GB/s.