Although at one point Apple heavily pushed the concept of external GPU (eGPU), it seems that the tech giant has completely eliminated that direction when it comes to its new M1-powered. MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro And Mac Mini.
While the tech giant’s new M1 Max has impressive CPU performance, none of the newer computers are compatible with external GPUs via their two Thunderbolt ports.
No matter how expensive the use of EGPU with Apple’s MacBook line with creative experts in the field of photography and video, the lack of compatibility with these new Macs devices is disappointing. Apple first started pushing the idea of pairing the MacBook Pro with the eGPU Release of the 2018 version of the laptop.
It is also worth pointing out Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro with the M1, which has only two USB-C ports instead of four. Although it is compatible with the Intel version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro, it is disappointing on Apple ‘s part. Furthermore, while the M1 13-inch MacBook Pro is limited to 16GB of RAM, its Intel counter can be configured with up to 32GB of RAM.
The seven exceptions given by the $ 1,299 M1 MacBook Air include a seven-core GPU, while all of Apple’s new Macs have an integrated seven-core GPU.
Apple still sells BlackMagic’s Radeon Pro 580 EGPU Apple Store for Apple 899.
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