The Apple M1 is faster than the latest 125W Core i7-11700K. In the PassMark test, the platform of the Cupertines bypassed the Intel CPU

The Apple M1 is faster than the latest 125W Core i7-11700K. In the PassMark test, the platform of the Cupertines bypassed the Intel CPU

It’s no secret that the Apple M1 SoC turned out to be very productive. In a number of tasks, it bypasses full-fledged old-generation Intel desktop processors.

As it turned out, the new one too. According to the PassMark benchmark, Apple’s single-chip system is even faster in single-threaded performance than the latest eight-core Core i7-11700K. SoC M1 has 3550 points, while Intel’s new product has 3542 points. In fact, of course, these are the most similar indicators, and we can only talk about the advantage of the Apple product only conditionally. At the same time, the Core i9-11900K is still the first with a score of 3741 points.

As for AMD, it has the fastest in this benchmark is the Ryzen 7 5800X with a score of 3506 points. But the 10-core Core i9-10900K lags significantly behind with its 3171 points. Of course, this is just one benchmark, and a very specific one, but it only proves once again that Apple has turned out to be a very worthwhile product.

The Apple M1 is faster than the latest 125W Core i7-11700K. In the PassMark test, the platform of the Cupertines bypassed the Intel CPU

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