Apple’s M1 processor appeared in the database of the PassMark benchmark software. The processor managed to surpass the Intel Core i7-11700K with its single core performance.
We learned from previous performance tests that the Apple M1 offers an impressive performance. The high-performance processor of the Cupertino giant not only surpassed the old generation but also the new generation Intel desktop processors.
The Apple M1 with an eight-core CPU appeared in the database of Passmark benchmark software. The chipset managed to get 3,550 points in the single core test. Thus, it surpassed the eight-core Intel Core i7-11700K, scoring 3,542 points in the same test.
Intel Core i9-11900K leading
The 0.2% difference between the two processors is within the margin of error. Therefore, at this point, we can only say “conditionally” that Apple’s processor is faster. In the leadership seat is the Intel Core i9-11900K with a score of 3,741.
When we look at the AMD side, we see that the Ryzen 7 5800X is in the fourth place with 3.506 points. From here to the eighth place, AMD processors dominate again. Ninth and tenth rows also appear to be captured by Intel processors.