Post Your Benchmarks.

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    macgeek18

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    Hey all,I found this cool program that tells you your benchmarks of your computer called GeekBench.So,download it,it's for pc and mac so whatever u use,and run it and post your benchmarks.

    Here's mine for my iBook 466Mhz.You can also post it online and compare it to other Macs.(I know I'm so going to be blown out of the water.;)
     

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    mine wile running imovie 09, safari (10 tabs), itunes, stainless and iweb
     

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    macgeek18

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    So not nice.:(


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    macgeek18

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    Here's my Power Mac G4,it's usually better but I was transfering stuff when I just ran it.
     

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    Prof.

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    Is this good?:confused:
     

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    SchneiderMan

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    Not sure about the score thing, good or bad?
     

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    Prof.

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    I'm beginning to think the higher the score, the better.

    Side note: The "age of mac" feature is wrong. My MacBook is a late 2007 model, but it says it's a late 2006.
     
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    SchneiderMan

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    Oh well i closed safari and got some more points :D
     

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    macgeek18

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    Way good.The higher it is the better.:) 4,000 is around a iMac 17 Quad
     
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    Techhie

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    iThink you need to double check your numbers...

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    mine
     
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    Not the latest one, but I'm converting some high-def video right now...

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    Bennieboy©

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    c2d Macbook Pro 2.16Ghz
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    Some quick benches of my two Mac machines.

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    macgeek18

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    Ok,I think I may be off.Oh ya,it was 8000 for a i7 iMac quad.Sorry.:)
     
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    macgeek18

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    Sorry guys,I posted this at 2 in the morning.lol
     
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    andymodem

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    Hackintosh, Intel Q9400 @ 3GHz

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    Mexbearpig

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    Aluminium Macbook 2GHz

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    Home Theater Hack:
     

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