Apple released the M1 Pro/M1 Max chips. From the performance point of view, they are really the chips that beat Intel and AMD in all aspects.
According to Apple’s data, the performance of the M1 Pro / M1 Max’s CPU is 1.7 times that of the i7-11800H under the same power consumption. Under the same performance, the power consumption is 70% lower than that of the i7-11800H, so the performance of the Macbook Pro is so strong, It can be used all day without charging!
In terms of GPU, it is also very powerful. The GPU performance of M1 Pro is stronger than that of RTX3050Ti 4GB, which is full blood 95W, and the power consumption is 70% lower. 40% lower consumption;
Many people say that Apple really doesn’t talk about martial arts. It rubbed Intel and AMD on the ground. At the same time, it has also set an example for domestic CPUs, telling everyone that it is not necessary to use complex instruction sets such as X86, and ARM is simple. The instruction set can also be used on computer CPUs, and it is stronger than intel and AMD.
To be honest, Apple’s demonstration is really powerful, but it is not necessarily applicable to domestic CPUs, because domestic CPUs do not have a suitable system. In other words, because we have always been highly dependent on windows, domestic CPUs are really good. Hard to rise.
Why can Apple use ARM-based chips, saying that if it replaces Intel’s X86 architecture, it will be replaced? The reason is that Apple has its own MacOS, and Apple’s MacOS ecosystem has become a system and has its own unique set. It does not need to be compatible with windows, and you can just play by yourself.
But domestic CPUs are not enough. You can look at Loongson with MIPS architecture, Shenwei with ALPHA architecture, and Kunpeng with ARM architecture. In the end, they can only use Linux system, and the Linux ecosystem is indeed a little worse.
This has led to the fact that these domestic CPUs are basically difficult to be applied to consumer-grade desktops and notebooks. Because there is no ecology, the Linux ecology cannot meet the entertainment and office needs of most people.
It can be said that the system and CPU complement each other. As long as most of us still rely on windows, it is difficult to accept computers using domestic CPUs, because windows basically only supports chips with X86 architecture.
From this point of view, we should really support the domestic system. This is not only to support the system itself, but also to support the rise of domestic CPUs. What do you think?