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CPU overview Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) ( C/T). M1, 5 nm, TDP.

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Released
Q3/2021
Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)

Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)

Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) is a processor released on Q3/2021. It has a clock speed of GHz and supports LPDDR5-6400 type of RAM. The N/A socket connects the processor to the motherboard. With cores and threads, this processor can handle multiple tasks simultaneously, providing high performance. The cooling thermal power requirement is W. The M1 architecture ensures high performance and reliability, making this processor an ideal choice for those dealing with tasks requiring high computing power. Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) is a Mobile processor with a TDP of W. Thanks to the 5 nm nm manufacturing process, it can operate at a base clock speed of GHz and reach a maximum core clock speed of GHz. This processor also supports various types of memory, including LPDDR5-6400, making it versatile and suitable for a wide range of applications. The 28.00 MB L2 cache and -- L3 cache provide fast and efficient task execution, further improving performance.
Performance tests
Real tests Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)
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Specifications
Complete list of technical specifications
CPU generation and family

Let's start our review of the Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) processor by exploring its basic specifications, namely: the model code name, the segment of use (server, workstation, computer or laptop), the generation of the processor (its previous model), and the family group. All data is taken from the manufacturer's official source.

  • Name
    Apple M1 Max (24-GPU)
  • Family
    Apple M series
  • CPU group
    Apple M1
  • Segment
    Mobile
  • Generation
    1
  • Successor
    Apple M2 Max (30-GPU)
CPU Cores and Base Frequency

Technical information about the CPU Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) base clock frequency, number of processor cores, processor threads, as well as turbo frequency of cores in single-threaded and multithreaded mode. Pay attention to overclocking and hyperthreading support. All of these specifications directly affect the performance of the model in work applications or games. A higher values, more the faster will be the processor.

  • CPU Cores / Threads
    10 / 10
  • Core architecture
    hybrid (big.LITTLE)
  • A-Core
    8x Firestorm
  • B-Core
    2x Icestorm
  • Hyperthreading / SMT
    No
  • Overclocking
    No
  • A-Core Frequency
    3.20 GHz
  • B-Core Frequency
    2.06 GHz
Internal Graphics

Integrating a graphics core into the processor complements its functionality, but not all manufacturers (AMD or Intel) integrate iGPU into their CPUs. Even if the processor has an integrated graphics card, its power is hardly enough for modern games, so these features do not affect the overall performance of the processor. If Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) supports an integrated graphics core, you can see its specifications below.

  • GPU name
    Apple M1 Max (24 Core)
  • GPU frequency
    1.30 GHz
  • GPU (Turbo)
    No turbo
  • Execution units
    384
  • Shader
    3072
  • Max. GPU Memory
    32 GB
  • Max. displays
    3
  • Generation
    1
  • Technology
    5 nm
  • Release date
    Q3/2021
Hardware codec support

Hardware codecs help processors convert blocks of data into a sequence of images or sound. In modern processors, the need to support hardware codecs is not a priority, so these characteristics are not considered in the overall Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) performance rating.

  • h265 / HEVC (8 bit)
    Decode / Encode
  • h265 / HEVC (10 bit)
    Decode / Encode
  • h264
    Decode / Encode
  • VP8
    Decode
  • VP9
    Decode / Encode
  • AV1
    No
  • AVC
    Decode
  • VC-1
    Decode
  • JPEG
    Decode / Encode
Memory & PCIe

Memory specifications for Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) play a crucial role in overall performance and ranking, so it's essential to understand the memory format supported by the processor Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) in terms of memory type and maximum quantity for compatibility with the motherboard. Don't forget to consider the PCI Express version; the higher, the better. Additionally, you can find information on the maximum number of memory channels supported by the processor and the number of PCIe lanes here.

  • Memory type
    LPDDR5-6400
  • Max. Memory
    64 GB
  • Memory channels
    4 (Quad Channel)
  • Bandwidth
    409.6 GB/s
  • ECC
    No
  • PCIe
    4.0
  • AES-NI
    Yes
Thermal Management

Thermal management is an essential aspect to consider when it comes to CPU performance. Overheating may damage the processor, while optimal temperature levels can enhance its performance. Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) processors are equipped with thermal monitoring technologies to ensure stable system operation, prevent overheating, and automatically adjust power consumption to maintain the best balance of performance and power usage.

  • TDP (PL1 / PBP)
    30 W
  • TDP up
    60 W
Technical details

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the Apple M1 Max (24-GPU) processor, it's important to examine several key factors. Firstly, take note of the supported ISA (Instruction Set Architecture) instructions, as this will determine the processor's capabilities and compatibility with certain software. Secondly, make sure to check the compatibility with motherboards, as some processors may only work with certain types of motherboards. Thirdly, pay attention to the manufacturing process technology, as this can greatly impact the processor's performance and efficiency. Finally, it's crucial to consider the size of the L2 and L3 cache, as the larger the cache size, the faster the data can be processed and retrieved.

  • Technology
    5 nm
  • Chip design
    Chiplet
  • Socket
    N/A
  • L2-Cache
    28.00 MB
  • Architecture
    M1
  • Operating systems
    macOS
  • Virtualization
    Apple Virtualization Framework
  • Instruction set (ISA)
    ARMv8-A64 (64 bit)
  • ISA extensions
    Rosetta 2 x86-Emulation
  • Release date
    Q3/2021
  • Part Number
    APL 1104
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