Last week, Apple announced the launch of its self-developed M1 chip. This chip is based on the ARM architecture and has 8 powerful cores. CPU benchmark tests show that its performance exceeds Intel desktop processors.
The interesting thing is that this processor also directly integrates the graphics display chip, so MacBook series devices do not need to install additional graphics cards, but can the graphics display performance of the M1 be compared with a discrete graphics card? The benchmark test shows that although it does not reach the top graphics display performance, it should be sufficient for most users.
The M1 chip GPU can provide a throughput of 2.6TF. As a comparison, the throughput of the Xbox One S is 1.4TF. There is now a special benchmark test to test the graphics performance of the M1 chip. The benchmark test shows that the M1 exceeds the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and Radeon RX 560 in terms of graphics performance.