Apple introduced the 5nm processor M1 Pro and M1 Max, now the stink of integrated memory up to 64 GB!

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<p>After AirPods 3, Apple announced new single-chip systems that follow the norms of 5-nm technology for the MacBook. The processors are called M1 Pro and M1 Max.</p>
<h2>Who cares</h2>
<p>Apple M1 Pro boasts 33.7 billion transistors. The novelty <a href=' has removed 10 cores, including 8 highly productive and 2 energy efficient ones. For graphics, a 16-core fastener is required. It is also necessary to use a 16-core Neural Engine block for tasks of piece intelligence. The maximum throughput for the building is 200 GB/s.

The processor has taken off 32 GB of RAM, two monitors and Thunderbolt 4. The chip has a ProRes system in its arsenal, which supports video decoding. Moreover, it has been transferred faster for working with files in 8K ULTRA HD format.