Apple Mac Studio M1 Max 32-GPU (2022)
Technical data and benchmarks

Apple Mac Studio M1 Max 32-GPU (2022)

Device

Colours: Silver
Price from: 2,199 $ / 2,529 €
Release date: Q1/2022

Processor

Name: Apple M1 Max
Manufacturer: Apple
Cores / Threads: 10 / 10
Frequency: 3.20 GHz
Structure: 5 nm
Architecture: M1 (8x Firestorm / 2x Icestorm)
Release date: Q3/2021

Memory

Memory Size: 32 - 64 GB
Memory Type: LPDDR4X 4266
Memory Bandwith: 400.0 GB/s
Upgradeable? No

Graphic card

Name: Apple M1 Max - 32 GPU Cores
Type: Internal
Frequency: 1.30 GHz
Memory Size: 32.00 GB
Memory Type: LPDDR5
Structure: 5 nm
Release date: Q3/2021

Screen

Size: --
Resolution:
Ratio: --
Technology: --
Max. Brightness: --
HDR support: No
Always On Display: No
1. external display: 6016 x 3384 @ 60 Hz
2. external display: 6016 x 3384 @ 60 Hz
3. external display: 6016 x 3384 @ 60 Hz

Storage

Size: 512 - 8,192 GB
Type: SSD
Interface: PCIe
Upgradeable? No
2. drive: --
Card reader: SDXC (UHS-II)

Network

Wireless LAN: 802.11ax (WLAN 6)
LAN: 10 Gbit
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0
Cellular: --

Camera

Front camera: --
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Ports

HDMI: 1x
DVI: --
DisplayPort: --
Thunderbolt: 4x USB-C (Thunderbolt 4, DisplayPort, USB 4, USB 3.1 Gen 2)
USB: 2x USB 3.0
USB-C: 6x (4x Thunderbolt 4 / 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2)
Lightning: --
Other: --

Dimensions / Housing

Height: 95 mm
Width: 197 mm
Depth: 197 mm
Weight: 2,700 g
Housing Material: --
Glas Type: --
IP Protection Class: --

Additional data

Part-no: --
Ident-No: --
EMC-No: --
Security features: --
data sheet: Link to manufacturer

Benchmark results

Geekbench 6 - Single Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

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Geekbench 6 - Multi Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

View all Geekbench 6 benchmark results



Geekbench 5 - Single Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

View all Geekbench 5 benchmark results



Geekbench 5 - Multi Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

View all Geekbench 5 benchmark results



Cinebench 2024 - Single Core

The Cinebench 2024 benchmark is based on the Redshift rendering engine, which is also used in the 3D program Cinema 4D from the manufacturer Maxon. The benchmark runs are each 10 minutes long to test whether the processor is limited by its heat generation. Cinebench 2024 runs on Windows (x86-64 and arm) and macOS. He can also test the new Apple M processors.

View all Cinebench 2024 benchmark results



Cinebench 2024 - Multi Core

The Cinebench 2024 benchmark is based on the Redshift rendering engine, which is also used in the 3D program Cinema 4D from the manufacturer Maxon. The benchmark runs are each 10 minutes long to test whether the processor is limited by its heat generation. Cinebench 2024 runs on Windows (x86-64 and arm) and macOS. He can also test the new Apple M processors.

View all Cinebench 2024 benchmark results



Cinebench R23 - Single Core

Cinebench R23 is the latest version of Maxon's render benchmark. It is based on the Cinema 4D application, which is used to generate 3D shapes. We use the single-core as well as the multi-core test.

View all Cinebench R23 benchmark results



Cinebench R23 - Multi Core

Cinebench R23 is the latest version of Maxon's render benchmark. It is based on the Cinema 4D application, which is used to generate 3D shapes. We use the single-core as well as the multi-core test.

View all Cinebench R23 benchmark results



FP32 Performance (Single-precision TFLOPS) - FP32 (TFLOPS)

The theoretical computing power of the graphics card with single precision (32 bit) in TFLOPS. TFLOPS indicates how many trillion FP32 floating point operations the graphics card (GPU) can perform per second. The larger this number, the faster the graphics card is.

View all FP32 Performance (Single-precision TFLOPS) benchmark results



More benchmarks for
Apple Mac Studio M1 Max 32-GPU (2022)

In order to determine the performance of a computer or a component in it, so-called "benchmarks" are carried out. The benchmark software carries out special calculations and measures the time it takes for the computer to complete the calculations. Since the benchmarks always run the same, the performance of several computers can be reliably compared with one another.

For this we use so-called theoretical or synthetic benchmarks such as Geekbench or Cinebench, as these support both x86 and ARM instruction sets in the current versions. We guarantee real comparability of the results by ensuring that the benchmarks are executed identically and correctly as well as by the condition of the system.

We currently use the following benchmarks to assess the performance of the products listed on our website:

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