The chip anticipated to be on the core of the primary Apple Silicon Mac — the “A14X” — could have been benchmarked simply days earlier than the following Apple occasion.
The alleged CPU benchmarks for the “A14X” present a 1.80GHz processor able to turbo-boosting to three.10GHz marking this the primary customized Apple Silicon to ever clock above 3GHz. It’s an 8-core processor with big-little association. The GPU outcomes present 8GB of RAM might be included with the processor.
The only-core benchmark for the “A14X” scored 1634 vs the A12Z at 1118. The A14 scored 1,583 factors for single-core exams, which is anticipated as single-core outcomes should not change a lot between the common and “X” fashions.
The multi-core benchmark for the “A14X” scored 7220 vs the A12Z at 4657. The A14 scored 4198 for multi-core, which implies the “A14X” delivers a marked improve in efficiency within the types of environments that the GeekBench check suite focuses on. The extra RAM and graphics capabilities increase this end result a lot greater than the usual iPhone processor.
For comparability, a 16-inch MacBook Pro with the Intel Core-i9 processor scores 1096 for single and 6869 for multi-core exams. This implies the alleged “A14X” outperforms the present MacBook Professional lineup by a notable margin.
The benchmark testing was reportedly carried out with Geekbench 5 on an unknown machine. It’s unknown if this benchmark is actual, and AppleInsider was unable to confirm the provenance of the data with certainty.