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MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro with Octa-core processor

Apple just unveiled the 2021 MacBook Pro models in 14-inch and 16-inch sizes. Moreover, there are several variants that are powered by Apple M1 Pro or Apple M1 Max processors.

There are some variables in the number of cores each CPU offers as well as the supported specifications.

Today, the first Geekbench 5 result for the base model of the 14-inch MacBook Pro with an Apple M1 Pro octa-core chip has appeared.

According for results As expected, the Octa-Core CPU is 20 percent slower than the 10-core model in terms of multi-core performance. The Deca Core variant has eight performance cores + two efficiency cores, while the octa-core model has six performance cores + two efficiency cores. (As the word “octa” means 8 in Latin and the word “deca” means 10).

As we can see, the amount of efficiency cores is the same between the two variables. So, the difference comes with performance cores. With a higher number of performance cores, the Deca Core variant will always perform better than the variant with only eight cores.

The test result lists a 14-inch eight-core MacBook Pro with a multi-core score of 9,948, which is about 20 percent lower than the multi-core average of about 12,700 for 14-inch MacBook Pro models equipped with a Deca-Core Apple M1 Pro chip or Apple M1 Max.

MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro with Octa-core processor

For single-core performance, the Octa-Core chip for the Apple M1 Pro has almost the same notch as the standard Apple M1 chip. This indicates that performance differences will only appear in tasks that require multi-core functionality. Although in fact it offers the same single-core performance as the M1 Max chip.

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GEEKBENCH RESULTS FOR MACBOOK PRO 14 INCH

Apple M1 (octa-core) Solo: 1742, Multi: 7582
– M1 Pro (octa core) Solo: 1767, Multi: 9948
M1 Max (Deca Core) Single: 1764, Multi: 12380

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It is worth noting here that those who want the best performance will need to pay more, since there are clear price differences between each variant. The base model with a 14-inch screen with an Octa-Core chip is priced at approximately $1,999 in the US.

Customers can still upgrade this configuration to the Apple M1 Pro’s Deca-Core chip with a 14-core GPU for an additional $200, meaning the total price will go up to $2,199.

It’s also worth noting that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are already available for pre-order. In fact, some of them were shipped to customers ahead of the launch on Tuesday, October 26th.

In addition to the M1 Pro and M1 Max chipsets, there are other technologies that come with the new MacBooks, for example there are small LED screens with a refresh rate (ProMotion) 120Hz, additional ports such as an HDMI port, and an SD card slot. Also, in addition to MagSafe charging, longer battery life and an upgraded 1080p webcam notch.

MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro with Octa-core processor

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