|Multi-threaded||Cinebench R23 (ST)|
|Old 4790k||5078 pts||1075 pts|
|New Ryzen 5800x||15053 pts||1603 pts|
|Apple M1 Mini||7770 pts||1509 pts|
You keep posting things like this and I’m going to have buy one!So, the power bill is definitely going to go down!
Thing only uses 15w at full load lol. I'm surprised I can't power it with a USB-C dock. I guess they didn't include that feature, but it would make it pretty sweet if I could power it via a Thunderbolt Dock.
The IO is limited, but I have a USB-C dock so I can expand that easy enough. Gives me enough 3 USB-A ports, and 2 USB-C ports.
Did okay with Cinebench R23.
Multi-threaded Cinebench R23 (ST) Old 4790k 5078 pts 1075 pts New Ryzen 5800x 15053 pts 1603 pts Apple M1 Mini 7770 pts 1509 pts
Well this will frustrate you then.You keep posting things like this and I’m going to have buy one!
|H264 (Fast)||H265 (Fast)|
|Old 4790k||34 fps||21 fps|
|New Ryzen 5800x||99 fps||58 fps|
|Apple M1 Mini (Rosetta Emulation)||44 fps||20 fps|
|Apple M1 Native||168 fps||174 fps|
YOU’RE NOT HELPING!!!!!Well this will frustrate you then.
The M1 running emulated x86 through Rosetta soundly beats my old i7-4790k at H264, and ties it in H265.
The M1 running NATIVELY absolutely trashes it. However, there's a trick to those numbers. These are GPU hardware accelerated numbers instead of Pure CPU. It would be more accurate to compare Intel with QuickSync HW encoding vs the Apple M1 Native. I don't have a modern machine capable. Maybe I'll run the benchmark at work with a quicksync enabled 9th gen intel.
Handbrake doesn't actually have a native CPU only encoder for the M1. Its either Emulated x86, or HW Accelerated GPU. Apparently H264 vs H265 makes no difference.
And NVEnc is just no fair to ANY of them since its HW accelerated encoding is 3x faster than the M1 can hope to achieve. That said. The M1 might yet support external GPU options in the future.
The M1 chip in my Mini is the SAME chip that's in the iPad Pro, the M1 Air, MacBook Pro 13", and iMac (tier 2 model with 4 TB4 ports)
H264 (Fast) H265 (Fast) Old 4790k 34 fps 21 fps New Ryzen 5800x 99 fps 58 fps Apple M1 Mini (Rosetta Emulation) 44 fps 20 fps Apple M1 Native 168 fps 174 fps
RE: NVMe drives. I did the same thing Bill mentioned about the Dell techs. I went to swap a user out after they broke their brand new (but out of warranty) laptop into an exact one I had laying around. I couldn't find the god damn NVMe drive and thought it was a WIFI card until I realized there were no wires going to an antenna.
2230 vs a typical USB 3.0 stick.
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So far perfectly stable. I made the move to it on my SurfacePro 4 first, which I don't care if I wipe out. And it has been 100% stable there. Then again, its a Surface Pro 4, so MS should have all the drivers it needs and access to every inch of its specs to ensure its stable.Is it pretty stable though? Any issues gaming?
Yep. Keeps everything. But you only have 10 days to undo it if you decide to go back.Were you able to do an upgrade (that kept all your apps installed) or did you do a fresh install
Yep.Says my PC doesn't meet min requirements, even though it does. The internet says I need to enable secure boot in my bios for compatibility