Geekbench 5 scores 12th-generation Intel Core i9 CPUs higher than Apple’s M1 Max chip
As we all know, Geekbench 5 is a program to test the power of computer peripherals as well as some electronic devices, and recently Geekbench 5 showed a comparison between the 12th generation Intel Core i9 CPU. The latest CPU for laptops with Apple’s M1 Max chip as well, the test confirmed that
– Intel Core i9-12900HK Scored 1838
– M1 Max Scored 1774
– Intel Core i9-12900HK Scored 13235
– M1 Max Scored 12590
Tests on the CPU in the Cinebench R23 show that the Intel Core i9-12900HK requires between 100W and 140W, while Apple’s M1 Max requires a maximum output of 40W. .
The MSI GE 76 Raider, which runs on an Intel Core i9-12900HK CPU, has been shown to run for nearly six hours, while the 16-inch MacBook Pro runs on the M1 Max chip. Can be used for about 21 hours.