In the multi-threaded test, the M1 is not at all a competitor to the AMD flagship. If these systems can be compared at all
Today the first tests of the Apple M1 single-chip platform appeared, and they showed how powerful it turned out to be. So, the SoC easily bypassed the Core i9 in the top version of the 16-inch MacBook Pro and even bypassed the 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X in the single-threaded test. But now the AMD CPU has rehabilitated itself.
The 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X turned out to be faster than the eight-core Apple M1 processor. But with overclocking and liquid cooling system
1802 points in a single-threaded test is enough to confirm its superiority over the central processor of the Apple M1 SoC. Albeit just a little bit. True, this result was achieved with overclocking (automatic) and using a liquid cooling system. In the multi-threaded test, the processor scored more than 19,000 points – and here the CPU M1, devoid of multithreading support, is not a competitor to the Ryzen 9 5950X at all. Although in terms of performance per watt, the M1 will probably outperform any x86 processor.