Apple M2 Max benchmarks reveal that new MacBook Pro may have 96GB RAM

There were earlier rumors that Apple plans to release 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with M2 processors this fall. However, it has already entered winter, but no new models have been released. It is estimated that the launch will be delayed until next year. A few days ago, a foreign website found that Apple is testing a new computer, which is estimated to be the new MacBook Pro machine above.

According to the information shown by the Geekbench benchmark website, a device called Mac14,6 was tested twice on November 30, and foreign media estimated that this is the new MacBook Pro mentioned above. The tested device has an Apple M2 Max processor, with 96GB RAM and macOS 13.2 system, two Geekbench 5 running scores, the single-core score is up to 1,889 points, and the multi-core score is up to 14,586 of points.

The M2 Max is a 12-core 3.54GHz processor with 128KB L1 instruction cache, 64KB L1 data cache and 4MB L2 cache. From the results of this run, it can be expected that Apple will give users the option to choose up to 96GB of RAM, which is 50% more than the current MacBook Pro with up to 64GB of RAM.

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