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The GPU of the next M1X SoC equivalent to a 3070 MaxQ?

The GPU of the next M1X SoC equivalent to a 3070 MaxQ?

Apple is too strong… It’s indisputable when it comes to marketing, it’s debatable for the rest even if the Apple Silicon SoCs have undoubtedly hit hard. The upcoming arrival of the M1X SoC is already the subject of several leaks and rumors are going well. Currently it is the graphics part that is the talk of the town. Apple M1X For the moment, the 8-core graphics part of the current M1 SoC is above a GTX 1050Ti in a number of tests. But the latest rumors now indicate that with the M1X SoC, Apple would “explode” the graphics performance with up to 32 dedicated cores. The latest rumors point to graphics performance comparable to the GeForce RTX 3070 Mobile . The other subject would obviously be the consumption, the Max-Q version of the 3070 is around 95W while the GPU part of the M1X could be satisfied with 40W. The M1X would be the central element of the future MacBook Pro, which would be announced this Monday at the WWDC 2021. However, for the moment these figures are projections taken up and extrapolated by some, including the youtuber Dave2D. It is difficult to know more about the equivalents to the RTX 3070 (such as RayTracing) that Apple could offer. However, it’s hard to see Apple going there but rather just talking about a raw performance comparison. MacBook Pro computers have no legitimacy to talk about gaming, so Apple’s whole argument will be based on graphics performance for creators. So we’ll have to wait for this WWDC where other announcements about the Mac lineup might surprise us.

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