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Before Apple introduced its M1 chip, if you wanted to game on your laptop or desktop, you were either stuck with Intel graphics processing units or had to run an external GPU. The former was slow, clunky and prone to overheating, and the latter — while quicker — was loud as a jet engine from overheating and expensive, to boot. Apple’s M1 chips have up to eight GPU cores that can exceed previous Intel GPUs by almost four times the speed. How does this affect gaming? For one, it means a massive jump in frames per second; your game won’t be glitchy, laggy or of low resolution any longer. And paired with the M1 core processor units, your computer won’t overheat or work itself into a tornado frenzy to cool off.