M1 MacBook Pro has more memory, thereby meaning that it has more benefits. M1 MacBook Pro with 16GB Unified RAM takes around the same time as a 32GB RAM Intel-Based Machine to Export 8K RAW Video. A fresh video from Max Tech elaborates on the significance of choosing a 16GB unified RAM version of the M1 MacBook Pro over the 8 GB RAM variant.
The M1 MacBook Pro with 8GB RAM completed a test in 13 minutes and 57 seconds. The M1 MacBook Pro with 16 GB completed the same test in 5 minutes and 59 seconds. This brought it an inch closer to the rate of the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The 16-inch MacBook Pro bears an 8-core Core i9 CPU, 32 GB DDR4 RAM, and a Radeon 5500M GPU. Its rate of completing a similar test is 5 minutes and 30 seconds.
During the test, as Max Tech mentions, the M1 MacBook Pro operated at low temperatures. The fans didn’t kick in. This means that the silicon can be at par with powerful processors requiring hefty cooling solutions to shield it from overheating.
In video export tests, the M1 MacBook Pro with 16 GB Unified RAM was even faster than the 2019 iMac Pro. This is according to some other related news. Bear in mind that the 2019 iMac Pro has a Vega 56 GPU and 128 GB RAM.
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