First M2 Max benchmark scores seem to leak on Geekbench

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It seems to be like the primary benchmarks of Apple’s upcoming M2 Max chip have leaked in Geekbench’s database.

When customers run the over-the-shelf model of the Geekbench 5 benchmarking instrument, the scores are logged to a public database of outcomes and are tied to entries for particular {hardware}. On this case, the consequence (which was found by a Twitter consumer) is listed beneath a product labeled “Mac14,6” operating the as-yet-unreleased working system “macOS 13.2 (Construct 22D21).” The entry additionally famous that the chip had 12 cores.

The chip in query is probably going destined for MacBook Professional and Mac Studio fashions that can launch someday subsequent yr. As for the outcomes: The general single-core rating is 1,853, and the multicore rating is 13,855. The extra granular scores like crypto, integer, and floating level typically observe alongside the identical strains when in comparison with this chip’s predecessor, the M1 Max.

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