2012 RMBP sucking at geekbench

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  1. xpcker macrumors regular

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    hello everyone, i've feeling my mac crazy slow so i decided to format it and run some tests, at first glance blackmagis ssd test shows good results but then i went to try geek bench

    the worst performance in the history of geek bench is (under 32bit):

    Single-Core 2755
    Multi-Core 10580

    Mines Are:
    Single-Core 1158
    Multi-Core 4448

    Thats half of the performance! for the same unit, so thats why i feel my computer lagged all the time, it takes much more time than before to process anything like mails, safari, etc.

    any ideas what could be? i changed thermal paste and its well putted, also temperatures are fine and don't play or force my computer at anything.

    thanks guys :D
     
  2. Samuelsan2001 macrumors 604

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    Looks like half your cores aren't working!!!

    As my title says it looks like half your cores are down, take it to apple and get it fixed.
     
  3. maplingstorie macrumors 6502

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  4. duervo macrumors 68000

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    Could be lots of things after looking at your posting history:

    - Damage from the "couple of water spills".
    - Damage from when your sister dropped it.
    - Damage from when you replaced the battery yourself with a third-party unit.
    - Damage from when you re-applied thermal paste.

    At any rate, if Apple finds out any of the above, by either you telling them, or from visual inspection (highly likely), then good luck getting any assistance under warranty (moot point if you didn't get AppleCare.)
     
  5. poiihy macrumors 68020

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    Look in activity monitor to see if half of your cores are actually down.
     
  6. TechGod macrumors 68040

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    Oh wow...
     
  7. xpcker thread starter macrumors regular

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    thanks guys, yeah the mac got a water spill but i disassemble the complete mac and washed it with ipa, maybe its that ill wash it again to see if i can get any changes and also replace the thermal paste.


    how can i see if the cores are down? can't find anything in activity monitor im sing yosemite


    thanks!
     
  8. xpcker thread starter macrumors regular

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    i managed to see the cores, this is the result while running geek bench, seems thats not the problem.

    cheers!


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