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  • Apple Launches The M2 Pro & M2 Max + New Mac Mini With M2 / M2 Pro

    Phoronix: Apple Launches The M2 Pro & M2 Max + New Mac Mini With M2 / M2 Pro

    Apple today announced their M2 Pro and M2 Max SoCs found in new Apple MacBook Pro devices and they have also updated their Mac Mini computers with the M2 and interestingly even offering a model with the M2 Pro SoC...

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    Might be fun in the near future (once supported) to have PearOS on one of these M1/M2 Macs and see how many people really can't tell the difference.

    Pear out of the box seeks to mimic MacOS without the user going through theming headaches.

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    • #3
      Can't wait to see what Asahi Lina does with this!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by adasauce View Post
        Can't wait to see what Asahi Lina does with this!
        Looks like one has already been earmarked for her!

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        • #5
          Those are still in the 5nm node right? It will be interesting to see a comparison against the future AMD mobile APUs in the same node later this year. Last year 6nm closed the gap a lot in the power/performance category. Now we will have a much better AMD64/ARM architecture comparison.

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          • #6
            599$
            need to spend 200$ more to have 16gb ram
            need to to spend 200$ more to have 512gb ssd

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            • #7
              Originally posted by marccollin View Post
              599$
              need to spend 200$ more to have 16gb ram
              need to to spend 200$ more to have 512gb ssd
              Me smiling at my 2TB SSD for less the price of that 512...

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              • #8
                Oh no... M1 was faster...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by M@GOid View Post

                  Me smiling at my 2TB SSD for less the price of that 512...
                  lenovo also abuse‚Äč also on ram and ssd

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                  • #10
                    Intel should take note of this idea that strapping RAM to the chip that can be accessed at 200-400GB/sec is great. They should do the same for consumer stuff and offer a CXL-based path for additional RAM that's lower tier. I'd rather have 8-16GB of RAM for the CPU and iGPU running at 200GB/sec and 16GB more that's 40GB/sec than 32GB at 100 GB/sec.

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