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Mathematica 12.3.1 Apple M1

Make sure you download the correct Mac version from the portal. I see two in my portal; you want Mathematica_12.3.1_MAC-ARM_DLM.dmg (download manager) or Mathematica_12.3.1_MAC-ARM.dmg (full installer)...
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IGraphM on Apple Silicon?

Release 0.6 with Apple Silicon support is out now. (Version 0.5.x does not support Apple Silicon, but you can run the Intel version of Mathematica even on ARM Macs.)
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Optimal parallelization on Apple Silicon

There are several reasons why parallelization does not scale. Memory bandwidth bottlenecks are one of them (see my comment above). However, I don't think that this problem is really memory bound. I ...
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How do I launch a kernel under Rosetta when I'm running the FrontEnd natively on Apple Silicon?

I'm adapting ihojnicki's comment into a second, independent answer, because this is more of a "grab and go" answer. I'll leave my original answer more or less unchanged for greater context. ...
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How do I launch a kernel under Rosetta when I'm running the FrontEnd natively on Apple Silicon?

The more obvious way to do this is to create a script the launches the kernel and then point the FE to that. The following is a simple script for this purpose. Create it using your favourite text ...
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M1Pro benchmarks off?

Site questions in principle should be answerable, even if practically that's not always possible. "Any thoughts?" is pretty broad, but since this question has not been closed, here is what ...
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AceGen/ AceFem on new M1 Mac

Executable AceFEM is built on OSX 10.14 Mojave and it should work also on higher versions. So far no incompatibility has been reported.
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Benchmark for m2 air and m2 pro macbook

MacBook Pro with Apple M2 Pro chip, 32 GB memory
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What computer should I load Mathmatica on; Laptop or deskstop?

Check the Benchmark[] on any machine available. In any generation of hardware, between the cheapest notebook and the fastest desktop you will find factors of 2-4 of benchmark results. For the usual ...
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Benchmarks for new M1 MacBooks

Mathematica 12.3.1 as of July 2021, supports native Apple M1, my benchmark on a M1 Macbook pro, 16GB is: ...
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