First Apple M1 MacBook Pro Cinebench and Geekbench Scores Impress
Twitter user @mnloona48_ in Auckland, New Zealand, received one of the first M1 MacBook Pro units today and shared some Geekbench and Cinebench benchmark scores (via MacRumors).
one of the first few people who got it first😍
M1 Macbook pro looking pretty#AppleSiliconM1 pic.twitter.com/TQTgkqKIlK
— Ali King Fans Intl (@mnloona48_) November 16, 2020
The system here is a 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD. Check out the scores below…
- Single-Core: 1745
- Multi-Core: 7308
The Single-Core score of 1745 makes this M1 MacBook Pro the fastest Mac ever, as it just edges out a current M1 Mac mini at 1741.
The Multi-Core score of 7308 puts this M1 MacBook Pro just below a late 2017 iMac Pro with Intel Xeon W-2140B @ 3.2 GHz (8 cores).
Geekbench is showing an M1 Mac mini with a higher multi-core score of 7643.
- Single-Core: 1498
- Multi-Core: 7508
The M1 MacBook Pro scored 1498 in single-core, making it pretty much the second-fastest CPU, just below an 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7.
In the multi-score result of 7508, the M1 MacBook Pro scores in 7th place, below an Intel Xeon CPU E5-2697 v2, and higher than all 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processors. Plugged in to power, scores were 7566 and 1493 for multi-core and single-core respectively.
According to @mnloona48_, the user says “battery life is not as great as what they’ve told us in the [Apple] event.”
The first M1 13-inch MacBook Pro computers are set to arrive this week for customers, alongside the M1 13-inch MacBook Air and M1 Mac mini.