Here is everything you need to know about Apples M1 Chip

10 Dec, 2020

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The Apple M1 is the first ARM-based system on a chip designed by Apple Inc. as a central processing unit for its line of Macintosh computers. It is deployed in the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and the MacBook Pro. It is the first personal computer chip built using a 5 nm process.

So, What's Special In this Chip?

"An entire system. On a single chip."

Until now, a Mac needed multiple chips to deliver all of its features — including the processor, I/O, security and memory. With M1, these technologies are combined into a single system on a chip (SoC), delivering a new level of integration for more simplicity, more efficiency and amazing performance.

And with incredibly small transistors measured at an atomic scale, M1 is remarkably complex — packing the largest number of transistors we’ve ever put into a single chip. It’s also the first personal computer chip built using industry‑leading 5‑nanometer process technology.

16 billion transistors

The most ever put into a single chip.Unified memory.Shared across the entire system. M1 also features our unified memory architecture, or UMA. M1 unifies its high‑bandwidth, low‑latency memory into a single pool within a custom package.

As a result, all of the technologies in the SoC can access the same data without copying it between multiple pools of memory. This dramatically improves performance and power efficiency. Video apps are snappier. Games are richer and more detailed. Image processing is lightning fast. And your entire system is more responsive.

8-core CPU

The 8‑core CPU in M1 is by far the highest‑performance CPU we’ve ever built. Designed to crush tasks using the least amount of power, M1 features two types of cores: high performance and high efficiency. So from editing family photos to exporting iMovie videos for the web to managing huge RAW libraries in Lightroom to checking your email, M1 blazes right through it all — without blazing through battery life.

8-core GPU

Typically, PCs have to use a discrete chip to get great graphics performance — which consumes a lot of power. But M1 is different. Its integrated graphics bring the best of both worlds — a huge increase in graphics performance together with low power consumption.The result of years of thorough analysis of Mac applications, the GPU in M1 is the most advanced graphics processor we’ve ever built. With up to eight GPU cores, M1 is capable of executing nearly 25,000 threads at a time. From teraflops to texture bandwidth to fill rate to power efficiency, this GPU is in a class of its own — and brings the world’s fastest integrated graphics in a personal computer.

Some other Specs

Common manufacturer: TSMC
Core: 8 (4× high-performance + 4× high-efficiency)
Max. CPU clock rate: 3.2 GHz
Instruction set: AArch64; ARMv8-A
Min. feature size: 5 nm
L2 cache: 12 MB (performance cores); 4 MB (efficient cores)

Price of Apple M1 Chip

The M1 powered Mac Mini starts at Rs 64,900 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Can Also be  customized with of 16GB RAM and up to 2TB storage.


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Here is everything you need to know about Apples M1 Chip

10 Dec, 2020
1.01k read  ·  10 hit

The Apple M1 is the first ARM-based system on a chip designed by Apple Inc. as a central processing unit for its line of Macintosh computers. It is deployed in the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and the MacBook Pro. It is the first personal computer chip built using a 5 nm process.

So, What's Special In this Chip?

"An entire system. On a single chip."

Until now, a Mac needed multiple chips to deliver all of its features — including the processor, I/O, security and memory. With M1, these technologies are combined into a single system on a chip (SoC), delivering a new level of integration for more simplicity, more efficiency and amazing performance.

And with incredibly small transistors measured at an atomic scale, M1 is remarkably complex — packing the largest number of transistors we’ve ever put into a single chip. It’s also the first personal computer chip built using industry‑leading 5‑nanometer process technology.

16 billion transistors

The most ever put into a single chip.Unified memory.Shared across the entire system. M1 also features our unified memory architecture, or UMA. M1 unifies its high‑bandwidth, low‑latency memory into a single pool within a custom package.

As a result, all of the technologies in the SoC can access the same data without copying it between multiple pools of memory. This dramatically improves performance and power efficiency. Video apps are snappier. Games are richer and more detailed. Image processing is lightning fast. And your entire system is more responsive.

8-core CPU

The 8‑core CPU in M1 is by far the highest‑performance CPU we’ve ever built. Designed to crush tasks using the least amount of power, M1 features two types of cores: high performance and high efficiency. So from editing family photos to exporting iMovie videos for the web to managing huge RAW libraries in Lightroom to checking your email, M1 blazes right through it all — without blazing through battery life.

8-core GPU

Typically, PCs have to use a discrete chip to get great graphics performance — which consumes a lot of power. But M1 is different. Its integrated graphics bring the best of both worlds — a huge increase in graphics performance together with low power consumption.The result of years of thorough analysis of Mac applications, the GPU in M1 is the most advanced graphics processor we’ve ever built. With up to eight GPU cores, M1 is capable of executing nearly 25,000 threads at a time. From teraflops to texture bandwidth to fill rate to power efficiency, this GPU is in a class of its own — and brings the world’s fastest integrated graphics in a personal computer.

Some other Specs

Common manufacturer: TSMC
Core: 8 (4× high-performance + 4× high-efficiency)
Max. CPU clock rate: 3.2 GHz
Instruction set: AArch64; ARMv8-A
Min. feature size: 5 nm
L2 cache: 12 MB (performance cores); 4 MB (efficient cores)

Price of Apple M1 Chip

The M1 powered Mac Mini starts at Rs 64,900 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Can Also be  customized with of 16GB RAM and up to 2TB storage.


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