Intel Core i7 11800H vs Apple M1 Pro

We compared two laptop CPUs: the 1.9-2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 11800H with 8-cores against the 2.0 GHz Apple M1 Pro with 10-cores. On this page, you'll find out which processor has better performance in benchmarks, games and other useful information.


General overview and comparison of the processors
Single-Core Performance
Performance in single-threaded apps and benchmarks
Measure performance when all cores are involved
Power Efficiency
The efficiency score of electricity consumption
NanoReview Final Score
Generic CPU rating

Key Differences

What are the key differences between Pro and 11800H
Advantages of Intel Core i7 11800H
  • Supports up to 128 GB DDR4-3200 RAM
  • 44% higher Turbo Boost frequency (4.6 GHz vs 3.2 GHz)
Advantages of Apple M1 Pro
  • Around 153.6 GB/s (300%) higher theoretical memory bandwidth
  • More modern manufacturing process – 5 versus 10 nanometers
  • Supports quad-channel memory
  • Consumes up to 33% less energy than the Core i7 11800H – 30 vs 45 Watt
  • Newer - released 5-months later
  • Has 2 more physical cores
  • 12% faster in a single-core Geekbench v5 test - 1746 vs 1558 points


Comparing the performance of CPUs in benchmarks
Cinebench R23 (Single-Core)
M1 Pro +2%
Cinebench R23 (Multi-Core)
Passmark CPU (Single-Core)
Passmark CPU (Multi-Core)
Geekbench 5 (Single-Core)
M1 Pro +12%
Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core)
M1 Pro +41%
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Full technical specification of Intel Core i7 11800H and Apple M1 Pro


Vendor Intel Apple
Released May 11, 2021 October 18, 2021
Type Laptop Laptop
instruction set x86-64 ARMv8
Codename Tiger Lake H45 -
Model number i7-11800H -
Socket BGA-1787 Apple M-Socket
Integrated GPU UHD Graphics for 11th Gen (32 EU) Apple M1 Pro GPU (16-core)


Cores 8 10
Threads 16 10
Base Frequency 1.9-2.3 GHz 2.0 GHz
Turbo Boost Frequency 4.6 GHz 3.2 GHz
Bus frequency 100 MHz -
Multiplier 19-23x -
Bus Bandwidth 8 GT/s -
L1 Cache 96K (per core) 192K (per core)
L2 Cache 1280K (per core) 24MB (shared)
L3 Cache 24MB (shared) -
Unlocked Multiplier No No


Transistors - 33.7 billions
Fabrication process 10 nm 5 nm
TDP 35-45 W 30 W
Max. temperature 100°C -


Integrated Graphics Intel UHD Graphics for 11th Gen (32 EU) Apple M1 Pro GPU (16-core)
GPU Base Clock 350 MHz 450 MHz
GPU Boost Clock 1450 MHz 1296 MHz
Shading Units 256 2048
TMUs 16 128
ROPs 8 64
Execution Units 32 -
TGP 15 W 30 W
Max. Resolution - 6016x3384 - 60 Hz
0.742 TFLOPS

Memory support

Memory types DDR4-3200 LPDDR5-6400
Memory Size 128 GB 32 GB
Max. Memory Channels 2 4
Max. Memory Bandwidth 51.2 GB/s 204.8 GB/s
ECC Support No No


Official site Intel Core i7 11800H official page -
PCI Express Version 4.0 -
PCI Express Lanes 20 -

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So which CPU will you choose: Apple M1 Pro or Intel Core i7 11800H?
Ben Dover 31 December 2021 21:00
Apple M1 Pro is great….until you need to work on software that developers refuse to optimize to M1…and then it’s literally USELESS. Been bashing my head for 2 months with this computer….
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Dan 06 June 2022 04:03
that's why I'm keeping my PC around. For apps that are native on Apple Silicon, it's running like a dream!
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bill joy 10 November 2021 05:45
what date was these benchmarks done for m1?
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