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tipoo said:Just to add something, GPU core counts are all counted differently and meaningless across architectures. An Apple GPU core is 128 ALUs, say an Intel one is 8.
Seeing what they did with the 8C M1, the prospect of a 128 core Apple GPU is amazingly tantalizing, that's 16,384 unified shaders.Man, I’m not sure what to expect from that! Lol!
razorpit said:CheeseFreeze said:The iMac will come much sooner. It makes no sense for Apple to wait another year and release them end of 2021.More likely, it’ll be released before Q3.
darkvader said:appletechspot said:cpsro said:Performance comparisons against some not-exactly-specified Intel platform when running some unspecified task don’t cut it. We’re supposed to continue evaluating our needs against some Intel thingy when trying to decide which M1 system to buy?
How about Geekbench numbers, for example? Cinebench anyone?
Hard to call anything “Pro”—or expect more than a year or two practical life—without a 32GB option, but I get how that’s part of the difficulty/limitations of SoC. That part sucks.Seriously?Shared video RAM has been a thing for decades. It's universally considered worse than dedicated video RAM.
concepts right about now. We shall see.