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Apple's M1 Ultra Shows the Future of Computer Chip

Apple's M1 Ultra Shows the Future of Computer Chip

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If you want a glimpse of where the processor business is headed, check out Apple's new M1 Ultra processor.

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To deliver speed and performance, the consumer electronics giant married two of its older M1 Max chips using advancements in a once humble aspect of chipmaking called packaging

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Packaging no longer just provides a protective housing but now also offers cutting-edge communication links.

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By combining the two chips, Apple's M1 Ultra delivers a stunning 114 billion transistors that make up 20 processing cores and 64 graphics cores.

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By comparison, AMD Ryzen desktop processors use something like a tenth that number of transistors.

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The M1 Ultra highlights the progress chipmakers have achieved in keeping Moore's Law alive.

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