Apple M1 Ultra: Apple has unveiled another member of the M1 family of Apple silicon SoCs at the ‘peek performance’ product event. This chip is the newest and final member of the M1 family.
This new chip is specifically focused on desktops and it’s going to debut inside Apple’s new Mac Studio.
Here’s a detailed look at everything about Apple M1 Ultra SoC:
- The M1 Ultra Mac studio desktop computer starts at $3,999 and will be available from 18th March. This chip is only available in Mac Studio as there’s no official information on that just yet. We hope that Apple someday brings this new SoC to Its other machines in the future.
- The chip uses the Ultra Fusion technique. This new architecture essentially combines two M1 dies with the help of a very high-speed interface
- M1 Ultra has virtually doubled the hardware as Apple is chipping two M1 chips into a single unit. This new chip has twice as many GPU and CPU cores. It offers a total of 20 cores which has 16 high-performance and 6 high-efficiency cores.
- M1 Ultra has as many as 64 GPU cores with up 8192 execution units. Apple is making more strong claims by comparing its new chip with an RTX 3090, one of the most powerful GPUs. Only time will tell how the M1 Ultra performs in GPUs.
- This chip is said to be the company’s most powerful chip to date. In a typical Apple gimmick, the company didn’t share the official clock speed of the chip.
There’s no doubt that M1 Ultra is a new beast released by Apple a few months back.
On record, the new chip surely looks like it’s the most powerful chip out there right now.
You can check out this new chip if you want to handle your workloads smoothly and effectively. In the meantime, you can also check out some other Mac computers that may suit your needs and budget.