The week before WWDC, Apple released a new video card upgrade for its 16-inch MacBook Pro, offering a Optional AMD Radeon Pro 5600M GPU, which, according to the company, causes a 75% increase in speed compared to the predecessor of the 5500M.
“With 40 computing units and 8 GB of high-bandwidth memory, this powerful GPU brings a new level of desktop-class graphics power to MacBook Pro,” said Apple.
How the AMD Radeon Pro 5600M compared to the Radeon Pro 5500M in terms of video editing?
Max yuryev has released a video detailing the differences below, regarding application usage in Premiere Pro, Davinci Resolve 16 and Final Cut Pro X, regarding 4K and 8K video editing.
In the end, Yuryev says that only those who work with uncompressed high resolution video should take the plunge AMD Radeon Pro 5600M if your budget allows, because some editing times have been cut in half. Those who edit compressed footage? “You don’t need to spend the extra money,” says the critic.
On Apple.ca, the AMD Radeon Pro 5600M is an upgrade from CAD $ 900 for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.