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Autor Thema: First A12Z Bionic DTK Geekbench 5 benchmarks show Apple's transition holds immense promise; only a 28% in drop seen in single-core score compared to the MacBook Air 2020  (Gelesen 336 mal)

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The first Geekbench 5 results of the Apple Mac Mini Developer Transition Kit (DTK) powered by the A12Z Bionic running macOS 11 Big Sur Developer Beta 1 have surfaced despite Apple's developer NDA being in force. The benchmark is running under a Rosetta 2 emulation and the performance deficit, though significant compared to the Core i5 MacBook Air 2020 and the iPad Pro, is understandable and in many ways, encouraging.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/First-A12Z-Bionic-DTK-Geekbench-5-benchmarks-show-Apple-s-transition-holds-immense-promise-only-a-28-in-drop-seen-in-single-core-score-compared-to-the-MacBook-Air-2020.477595.0.html

PolCPP

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On perspective it's around/slightly faster than the late 2014's mac minis.

sarkaara

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I am here to comment that I haven't used a mac for long time and not going to buy for long time in future. So even ARM becomes next big thing ... doesn't matter to me.   


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So being slower than an already sub-par thermally constrained machine is great promise?

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So being slower than an already sub-par thermally constrained machine is great promise?
No. But the "slower" is kinda unavoidable at this time.

Klos

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What a stupid idea....si performance is not the next big thing, but wonder the masses with good ideas...

John-Paul Hunt

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Intel and and got 3d made arm risc v CPU and Apu designs coming down the pipeline soon for mobile devices and desktops and laptops here guys. I'm not real worried as this is Microsoft now and the console makers in 2023 to adapt too as boot camp 2.0 will return as well. Next please trolls vs untrusting verification bot

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So being slower than an already sub-par thermally constrained machine is great promise?
No. But the "slower" is kinda unavoidable at this time.

No... you idiot! Only CrApple fangirls like you cook up ridiculous excuses for this. It is of course avoidable. By exercising the choice to use x86/x64 instead, specifically AMD for example.

This is much worse performance than the useless Mac Air, which is basically so thermally constrained that it is clocked to run at the level of a Intel Atom/Celeron device. Fail!

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X86 architecture is becoming old. In a few years, not just Apple´s, but the majority of laptops will have some sort of a ARM SoC in it. It's the logical choice because the power to consumption ratio is so much better. If you want raw power you will stick to Intel (well, AMD for sure) for some more years to come. But that will also change. X86 architecture ir far from being the end of the story.

 

 
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