Apple M1 vs Intel i5, Intel i7 and Intel i9, Which Processor is Better?

MacBook Repair Jakarta - The Cupertino company has launched its own manufacturing of processors for computers with macOS. And the first chipset is the Apple M1. It is an octa-core processor with a maximum clock frequency of 3.2 GHz and with 5nm manufacturing. But what performance does it offer? We already have benchmark results from Apple M1 vs Intel i5 and tests comparing Apple M1 vs Intel i7 and Apple M1 vs Intel i9.

Until now, Apple has used Intel Core processors (Intel i5, Intel i7 and Intel i9) in their computers. Now the first one has arrived with the Apple M1, so the first performance test (benchmark) compares one against another on performance levels. And yes, the Apple M1 wins and, besides, by an important difference.

Apple M1 vs Intel i5

In single-core performance, the Apple M1 achieved a score of 1,741 on the Apple Mini, which is the highest performance achieved. To see a comparison of Apple M1 vs Intel i5, we have to use the iMac Retina 27″, from mid 2020, which has an Intel Core i5 10660, and which in single core performance reaches 1,173 points. The Apple M1 is much more powerful.

But what about multi-core performance? Here, the same Apple M1 on the Apple Mini scores 7,643 points, while the Intel Core i5 10660 on the 27-inch iMac scores 6,046 points. Again, the Apple M1 offers much better performance than the Intel processor in the computer, however, it is much more expensive than this entry-level Apple Mini.

Apple M1 vs Intel i7

In our comparison of Apple M1 vs Intel i7, we will again take 1,741 points from the Apple Mini in single core performance with the Apple M1 as a reference. And it can compete with a mid-2020 27-inch Retina iMac with an Intel Core i7 10700K chip, which achieves a single core score of 1,249 points. But what about multi-core? Here, the 10th generation Intel Core i7 10700K hit 8,033 points, compared to 7,643 points for the Mac Mini with the new Apple Mini processor.

In other words, we can perfectly say that the Apple M1 delivers similar performance to the latest generation Intel Core i7. Performance is slightly lower actually, though on computers like the Apple Mini, which is significantly cheaper than the 27-inch Retina iMac. Moving forward, his presence with the Apple M1 becomes very important.

Apple M1 vs Intel i9

Here we already know who will lose after seeing the comparison of Apple M1 vs Intel i7, but let's see how far is the difference in comparison of Apple M1 vs Intel i9. And for this we again take single-core performance in the Apple Mini as a reference, with 1,741 points for the Apple M1 and, nevertheless, 1,251 points for the Intel Core i9 10910 also in the latest generation 27-inch iMac.

In single-core performance, currently the Apple M1 processor configuration is the most powerful in Apple's line of computers. However, again in multi-core performance, while the Apple M1 remains at 7,643, the 10th generation Intel Core i9 rises to 9,018 points. In other words, globally, Intel Core i9 will offer much better performance.

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