32-bit scores 2.3Ghz Ivy Bridge i7 in rMBP = 11,100 3.4Ghz Ivy Bridge i7 in iMac = 13,100 64-bit scores 2.3Ghz Ivy Bridge i7 in rMBP = 12,000 3.4Ghz Ivy Bridge i7 in iMac = 14,300 Why is a processor with the same tech and a 48% faster clock speed only performing with numbers 18% higher in 32-bit mode and 19% higher in 64-bit mode? I'm going off the best results online so far for the iMac, and going off the numbers I just got on the rMBP I'm typing on now. There are numerous 3.4Ghz 2012 iMacs that scored in the mid 13k's in 64-bit mode, which is only about 8-9% better than last years' Sandy Bridge 3.4Ghz. So the big question is, why? I know there are other variables, but it would seem all the other variables in an iMac vs a rMBP would be in the favor of the iMac? Should the scores be closer to 16-17k in 64-bit mode?