Experts have already examined the M2 Pro processor by Apple in depth and now we know more about its capabilities. The first test results in the benchmark will help you get a better idea of its performance.
Thus, Geekbench 5 became the cross-platform benchmark base These are the results The new Mac mini was hidden behind a label “Mac14/12” when I tested it. This particular example is equipped with the top-end 12-core M2 Pro processor as well as 16 GB of unified memory. The OS installed is macOS 13.2 build 22D49.
The computer earned 1952 points in single core mode and 15,013 when it was multi-core. The previous M1-based Mac Mini ran 1651 and 581 in single-core mode, and 5381 in multi-core mode, respectively. This is a huge performance increase. It would be easier to compare M1 and M2 versions.
The most striking thing about the M1 Max-based devices is their lower results. They scored between 1727 and 126343 points. The M2 Max is a more powerful version of the M1 Max’s CPU, but it has 38-core graphics instead of the 19-core. This chip is found in the new MacBook Pros.