The first benchmark outcomes for Apple’s new M2 Extremely chip have surfaced on Geekbench 6, offering a better take a look at CPU efficiency enhancements. The high-end chip is obtainable within the new Mac Studio and Mac Professional fashions launching subsequent week.
There may be at present some variance within the outcomes, however the Mac Studio with the M2 Extremely chip seems to have single-core and multi-core scores of as much as roughly 2,800 and 21,700, respectively. As anticipated, these scores affirm that the M2 Extremely chip gives as much as 20% quicker CPU efficiency in comparison with the M1 Extremely chip, as Apple marketed. This additionally means the M2 Extremely is now the quickest chip that Apple has ever launched.
Geekbench 6 outcome for Mac Studio with M2 Extremely chip
Extra apparently, the scores reveal that the brand new Mac Professional ought to have round 2× quicker total CPU efficiency than the quickest Intel-based Mac Professional with a 28-core Xeon W processor. This feat is much more spectacular provided that the brand new Mac Professional begins at $6,999, whereas the 28-core Intel-based mannequin began at $12,999, practically double the worth. Throughout its WWDC keynote, Apple mentioned the brand new Mac Professional is as much as 3× quicker than the Intel-based mannequin, however that solely applies to pick out “real-world professional workflows like video transcoding and 3D simulation.”
The first purpose to think about the Mac Professional over the Mac Studio is for the desktop tower’s six obtainable PCIe enlargement slots. In any other case, prospects ought to contemplate the Mac Studio, as it may be configured with the M2 Extremely for $3,000 lower than the Mac Professional. For a extra detailed comparability, learn our Mac Studio vs. Mac Professional Purchaser’s Information.
The brand new Mac Studio and Mac Professional can be found to order now, and can start arriving to prospects and launch in shops on Tuesday, June 13.