Geekbench for my new MBP (base model)

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by JuJu, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. JuJu macrumors newbie

    Joined:
    Mar 9, 2008
    #1
    I don't really know what those numbers mean, but here they are... Can anybody give me some feedback?

    Geekbench Score 3146
    Version Geekbench 2.0.13
    Platform Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
    Operating System Mac OS X 10.5.2 (Build 9C2028)
    Processor Intel Core 2 Duo T8300
    Model MacBook Pro (Early 2008)
    Memory 2.00 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    Integer Score 2708

    Blowfish
    single-threaded scalar 1976
    86.8 MB/sec

    Blowfish
    multi-threaded scalar 3914
    160.4 MB/sec

    Text Compress
    single-threaded scalar 1857
    5.94 MB/sec

    Text Compress
    multi-threaded scalar 3184
    10.4 MB/sec

    Text Decompress
    single-threaded scalar 1655
    6.80 MB/sec

    Text Decompress
    multi-threaded scalar 3071
    12.2 MB/sec

    Image Compress
    single-threaded scalar 1706
    14.1 Mpixels/sec

    Image Compress
    multi-threaded scalar 3253
    27.4 Mpixels/sec

    Image Decompress
    single-threaded scalar 1404
    23.6 Mpixels/sec

    Image Decompress
    multi-threaded scalar 2708
    44.2 Mpixels/sec

    Crafty Chess
    single-threaded scalar 2061
    1.04 Mnodes/sec

    Crafty Chess
    multi-threaded scalar 3470
    1.68 Mnodes/sec

    Lua
    single-threaded scalar 2742
    1.06 Mnodes/sec

    Lua
    multi-threaded scalar 4914
    1.89 Mnodes/sec

    Floating Point Score 4413

    Mandelbrot
    single-threaded scalar 1785
    1.19 Gflops

    Mandelbrot
    multi-threaded scalar 3530
    2.31 Gflops

    Dot Product
    single-threaded scalar 2342
    1.13 Gflops

    Dot Product
    multi-threaded scalar 5585
    2.55 Gflops

    Dot Product
    single-threaded vector 1335
    1.60 Gflops

    Dot Product
    multi-threaded vector 3980
    4.14 Gflops

    LU Decomposition
    single-threaded scalar 713
    635.0 Mflops

    LU Decomposition
    multi-threaded scalar 1392
    1.22 Gflops

    Primality Test
    single-threaded scalar 3427
    511.9 Mflops

    Primality Test
    multi-threaded scalar 5245
    973.4 Mflops

    Sharpen Image
    single-threaded scalar 4790
    11.2 Mpixels/sec

    Sharpen Image
    multi-threaded scalar 9295
    21.4 Mpixels/sec

    Blur Image
    single-threaded scalar 6206
    4.91 Mpixels/sec

    Blur Image
    multi-threaded scalar 12167
    9.57 Mpixels/sec

    Memory Score 2395

    Read Sequential
    single-threaded scalar 3372
    4.13 GB/sec

    Write Sequential
    single-threaded scalar 2645
    1.81 GB/sec

    Stdlib Allocate
    single-threaded scalar 1960
    7.32 Mallocs/sec

    Stdlib Write
    single-threaded scalar 1889
    3.91 GB/sec

    Stdlib Copy
    single-threaded scalar 2112
    2.18 GB/sec

    Stream Score 1752

    Stream Copy
    single-threaded scalar 1662
    2.27 GB/sec

    Stream Copy
    single-threaded vector 1832
    2.38 GB/sec

    Stream Scale
    single-threaded scalar 1802
    2.34 GB/sec

    Stream Scale
    single-threaded vector 1761
    2.38 GB/sec

    Stream Add
    single-threaded scalar 1712
    2.58 GB/sec

    Stream Add
    single-threaded vector 1997
    2.78 GB/sec

    Stream Triad
    single-threaded scalar 1828
    2.53 GB/sec

    Stream Triad
    single-threaded vector 1424
    2.67 GB/sec

    System Information
    Platform Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
    Compiler GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
    Operating System Mac OS X 10.5.2 (Build 9C2028)
    Model MacBook Pro (Early 2008)
    Motherboard MacBookPro4,1
    Processor Intel Core 2 Duo T8300
    Processor ID GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 6
    Logical Processors 2
    Physical Processors 1
    Processor Frequency 2.40 GHz
    L1 Instruction Cache 32.0 KB
    L1 Data Cache 32.0 KB
    L2 Cache 3.00 MB
    L3 Cache 0.00 B
    Bus Frequency 800 MHz
    Memory 2.00 GB
    Memory Type 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    SIMD 1
     
  2. markrivers macrumors 6502a

    markrivers

    Joined:
    Feb 9, 2008
    Location:
    Valencia, California
    #2
    let me translate all those numerics for you!
    one word: FAST!
     

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