Apple has unveiled its new M3 processors and all three chips include a significant improvement to the GPU side. Unquestionably, the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max will offer a faster CPU performance, however, GPU-focused advancements improve graphics capabilities to enhance professional and gaming experience.
Apple’s three new chips of the M3 family will power the new 14-inch MacBook Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and new 24-inch iMac line. In addition to performance, M3 chips are built for enduring battery life.
“With 3-nanometer technology, a next-generation GPU architecture, a higher-performance CPU, faster Neural Engine, and support for even more unified memory, M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max are the most advanced chips ever built for a personal computer,”
– Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Technologies
M3 Chips – A Step Forward in Apple’s Gaming Industry?
Apple claims M3 is 35 percent faster than M1, which includes an 8-core CPU with 4 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores. M3’s 10-core GPU is said to be 65 percent better in terms of graphics enactments. M1 are the chips that already outperformed Intel and AMD.
Another component is Dynamic Chaching. Unlike other CPUs, it allows the software to determine the memory allocations rather than working on a predetermined minimum or maximum allocation. This doesn’t mean the user has to allocate it, it will be translucent to developers.
With NVIDIA’s full ray-tracing and DLSS 3.5 and AMD’s GPU performance, it is time for Mac to turn it on. Now, the game developers can enable the best shadow effects, which currently are console and PC-exclusive. Followed by GPU’s next-gen architecture and the addition of Mesh shading and Ray Tracing, it is a piece of good news for gaming and professional applications.
For gaming, high-performance-focused hardware-driven improvements will enable games across the platforms to be ported here.