New M2 chips are good but this much nobody expected it to be 

A leaked benchmark for the new M2 Pro chip suggests it is more powerful than the M1 Max. This is a bigger improvement than we thought. Recently Apple users witnessed the launch of the awesome M2 Pro and M2 Max, next-generation SoCs that are going to skyrocket the smooth performance of Apple.

If we talk about the performance of the M2 chip, it scales up the M2 Pro to deliver an up to 12-core CPU and up to 19-core GPU, together with up to 32GB of fast unified memory.

M2 Max has been built on the capabilities of M2 Pro double the unified memory bandwidth and up to 96GB of unified memory. Its performance per watt is something that makes it best suitable for a pro laptop where efficiency and smooth functioning becomes the most important work. These chips by Apple feature enhanced custom technologies, including a faster 16-core Neural Engine and Apple’s powerful media engine.

The M2 Pro chip is built using second-generation 5-nanometer process technology consisting of 40 billion transistors that make it way ahead of its predecessor. M2 Pro features 200GB/s of unified memory bandwidth — twice that of M2 — and up to 32GB of low-latency unified memory. M2 Max has surpassed all the limits by becoming the world’s most powerful and efficient chip for a Pro Laptop that has got 67 billion transistors.

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