The value of the M1 Max chip is required by the MacBook Pro version

A series of test probes for the MacBook Pro suggest that the real-life advantage of top-level chips may be more limited than it appears for even the most demanding use, Apple’s M1 Max chip is touted as fast as twice M1 Pro. There is an important difference for specific tasks. The obvious advantage comes to a more powerful chip if someone edits ProRes video or works with the Apple Metal Image API.

CNET’s Dan Ackerman relies on a combination of dream tests and using real life to reach his goals.

He said the M1 Max definitely benefits some users.

To address GPU differences between M1 Pro and M1 Max, I ran a few cross-platform GPU tests. In the GeekBench 5 computational test using the Metal, Apple Graphics API, there is a clear difference, with the M1 Max receiving the highest score. The same thing is happening in Wild Signal, a platform between the largest 3D Mark tool running on M1 Macs, and Windows, iOS and other platforms. There, the M1 Max is paired with the new Razer Blade 14 with Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU. Fall between Max and Pro is an older gaming console with Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q.

Additionally, if you want to use your Mac for other tasks while performing intensive tasks, you may find the device more responsive.

I spoke to fellow Brooklyn resident Joseph Ibrahim, who specializes in VFX lighting and was invited to try the 14-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro chip and the 16-inch M1 Pro with the M1 Max chip. He did an event in 3D-designed and animated Houdini software and found that the actual upgrade time was the same on both the M1 Pro and the M1 Max, but […] the M1 Max system felt much more responsive than the M1 Pro when using the software and you left the demo often ready to buy a fully upgraded M1 Max MacBook Pro.

But others may see little difference.

As a first-time user, who dabbles in video editing, 3D modeling and Photoshop / Illustrator projects, I was hard pressed to find a job difference during my first few days with these programs. That includes standard benchmarks that are often used as the primary tool on judging certain computer capabilities, including the GeekBench 5, Cinebench R23 and the Premiere 8K speed test I threw together.

For more casual video editors, you even think there is a case for sticking to the M1 chip.

My other suggestion is that for people like me who just dabble in high-end graphics tools for basic video editing, the M1-powered MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro or 24-inch iMac is perfectly fine for even a few in 4K video editing. As I said in my 16-inch MacBook Pro review, if you just want a new MacBook Pro for an updated design, webcam or ports, know that it does what is essentially a worthwhile purchase.

Therefore, even a relatively small game can justify the purchase of natural scars for whom the cost difference of chips is negligible to their amount of time.

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