New MacBook rumor suggests M1X could match RTX 3070 laptop GPU



Apple is reportedly on the cusp of revealing new MacBooks at WWDC 2021 which might carry the sequel to the current M1 silicon – perhaps an M1X chip, or even M2 – and the integrated graphics could be seriously powerful. In fact, a new rumor suggests the beefiest chip could come close to matching the power of Nvidia’s laptop RTX 3070 GPU.

Obviously, we need the usual upfront warnings of treating this speculation – which comes from YouTuber Dave2D – with a great deal of caution, but the theory (as previously advanced by Mark Gurman) is that there will be flavors of Apple’s M1 sequel which could offer 16-core and 32-core integrated GPUs (way more than the M1 which tops out at 8-cores currently).



Apple is reportedly on the cusp of revealing new MacBooks at WWDC 2021 which might carry the sequel to the current M1 silicon – perhaps an M1X chip, or even M2 – and the integrated graphics could be seriously powerful. In fact, a new rumor suggests the beefiest chip could come close to matching the power of Nvidia’s laptop RTX 3070 GPU.

Obviously, we need the usual upfront warnings of treating this speculation – which comes from YouTuber Dave2D – with a great deal of caution, but the theory (as previously advanced by Mark Gurman) is that there will be flavors of Apple’s M1 sequel which could offer 16-core and 32-core integrated GPUs (way more than the M1 which tops out at 8-cores currently).

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