Apple’s Brand New Processor M1 Max Performs Head-to-Head with GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile

The new generation processor M1 Max, announced by Apple recently, will be talked about a lot with its GPU performance. The test results in GFXBench reveal that the 32-core GPU of the M1 Max rivals the NVIDIA GeForce RTX3080 Mobile.

US-based technology giant Apple , which has made a launch in the past days , announced its new processors M1 Pro and M1 Max at this launch . In the statements made by the company, it was stated that these processors offer high-level performance and graphics features. It seems that Apple was not wrong for its processors, which it could not finish praising. Because the latest tests reveal that the GPU of the M1 Max can compete with the best on the market and even surpass them  .

In the statements made by Apple, he stated that the 32-core GPU of the M1 Max is a competitor to NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile  . This claim of Apple was very remarkable. Because a 60-watt GPU and a 160-watt GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile were said to be the same. Theses made through GFXBench revealed that Apple’s claim may be true.

The M1 Max really took on the GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile

Apple M1 Max vs RTX 3080

Before moving on to the GFXBench test results, let’s give you a little briefing. This platform was originally developed to compare smartphones . So it’s not very suitable for testing modern GPUs. Moreover, the results from these tests do not fully present the clear gaming performance of the tested GPUs. That’s why we shouldn’t think of the above benchmark as being directly game oriented .RELATED NEWS

Tests reveal that there is serious competition between the GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile and the M1 Max, one of the most popular and most powerful mobile GPUs in the market . In this context; We see that Apple won some tests and NVIDIA won some of them. It seems that Apple’s brand new processors will be talked about not only with CPU performance, but also with GPU performance .


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s