Apple has revealed the M2 Pro and M2 Max, new chipsets that provide a higher number of CPU and GPU cores, larger L2 cache, and increased unified memory compared to the original M1 chipset.
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Apple has announced the release of two new powerful chipsets, the M2 Pro and M2 Max. These new chipsets feature more cores and support for more memory compared to the original M1 chipset. The M2 Pro chipset is built on a second-generation 5nm node and has 40 billion transistors, 20% more than the M1 Pro. It also supports up to 32GB of unified memory with a 200GB/s bandwidth. The M2 Pro has 10 or 12 CPU cores and up to 19 GPU cores, resulting in up to 20% higher CPU performance and 30% higher GPU performance compared to the M1 Pro.
The M2 Max chip has 67 billion transistors, three times as many as the base M2, and supports up to 96GB of unified memory. Both the M2 Pro and M2 Max also include a 16-core Neural Engine and built-in video encode/decode engines and ProRes engines, allowing for multiple 4K and 8K video streams to be handled using ProRes, HEVC, and H.264. Additionally, the new MacBook Pros using these chipsets can last up to 22 hours on a single charge.
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