The PassMark benchmark database has been updated to reflect the introduction of new processors to the market. It turned out that when it comes to single-threaded performance, Intel simply has no competitors at the moment, since its 12th generation chips have taken all the leading positions.
So, according to the results of testing in the popular benchmark, the first ten places went to the 12th generation Intel Core chips. According to the PassMark rating, the top model of the Alder Lake-S Core i9-12900KF desktop processor family took the lead with a score of 4247 points.
The ten-core processors Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max 10 Core diluted the rating, placed in 11th and 13th places, respectively. Despite the gap from the leader of the rating by almost 400 points, Apple processors can boast of another important indicator – power consumption at the level of 35-40 W, which is noticeably less than that of Intel chips.
As for AMD, the 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X ranked 25th with 3500 points in the updated PassMark scores from the Reds. Further down the list are the 12-core Ryzen 9 5900X and the 8-core Ryzen 7 5800X.