M1 Ultra Performance, So Apple’s Strongest M1 Chip Today?

Uzone.id – Apple introduced the new Mac Studio along with their latest computer chip M1 Ultra at the Apple Event, March 8, 2022.

This processor is claimed to provide higher performance, and is the latest lineup chipset that joins the M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max.

The M1 Ultra brings claimed computing power to their device, the Mac Studio. This SoC consists of 114 billion transistors, making it the personal computer chip with the most transistors.

M1 Ultra is a combination of 2 M1 Max chips combined with UltraFision. The M1 Ultra is certainly claimed to be more powerful than the previous SoC from Apple, even the dimensions are much larger than the previous M1.


“The M1 Ultra is another game-changer for Apple silicon that will once again surprise the PC industry,” said Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Tech.

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“By connecting two M1 Max molds with our UltraFusion packaging architecture, we were able to elevate Apple silicon to unprecedented levels,” he added.

Srouji also claims that the M1 Ultra completes the M1 family lineup as the world’s strongest and most capable chip for personal computers.

It is backed by a powerful CPU, large GPU, excellent Neural Engine, ProRes hardware acceleration, and a sizable amount of unified memory.


The M1 Ultra comes with Apple’s new device, the Mac Studio, making the two of them a combination of ‘gahar’ from Apple and becoming the computer that is claimed to be the most powerful today.

With M1 Ultra support, Mac Studio has CPU performance up to 3.8 times faster than a 27-inch iMac with a 10-core processor, 90 percent faster than a Mac Pro with a 16-core Xeon processor, 60 percent faster than a Mac Pro with a processor 28-core.

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In addition, the combination of the two new Apple devices is also claimed to have graphics performance 4.5 times faster than the 27-inch iMac, and 80 percent faster than the Mac with the fastest graphics today.

The M1 Ultra in Mac Studio can also transcode video 12 times faster than a 27-inch iMac up to 5.6 times faster than a 28-core Mac Pro.

Mac Studio can perform demanding activities such as rendering massive 3D environments and playing 18 8K ProRes 422 video streams. Mac Studio has also successfully pushed the limits of desktop graphics memory with up to 128GB of unified memory on systems with the M1 Ultra.

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