Fast technology June 10 news, not long ago Apple released the M2 Ultra processor, the first equipped with Mac Pro/Studio and other computers.
The Mac Studio (Mac14,14) running M2 Ultra appears in the Geekbench 5.4 run library.
The chip is identified as 24 core 3.68GHz, 192GB of memory, and the final single core is 1,956 points, and the multi-core is 27945 points, which is an 18% improvement over the M Ultra.
Of course, the M1 Ultra has a maximum of 20 cores at 3.22GHz, so the M2 Ultra's lead isn't all that impressive.
At the same time, possibly due to the larger core size, the M2 Ultra's multi-core score exceeds that of the Intel Core i9-13900K and AMD Ryzen 9 7950X.
But if we take the Intel Xeon W9-3495X with 56 cores and 112 threads, and the AMD Ryzen Thread ripper Pro 5995WX with 64 cores and 128 threads to compare, the multi-core can also far exceed the M2 Ultra, and the Intel side even directly doubles the score.
From this point of view, although the 24-core M2 Ultra is better than the 28-core Intel Xeon W on the 2019 Mac Pro, and the power consumption is lower, but in the overall CPU camp, it wants to replace Intel and AMD, and it is a little tender.