Geekbenck on base 27.

Discussion in 'iMac' started by drew.bowser, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. drew.bowser macrumors regular

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    Just got my base 27inch iMac with the 3.4 i5, 24gb of ram (added 16 myself), 512gb SSD PCI, and 570 gpu.

    Pretty happy with these bench marks. This 2017 machine FLIES compared to my 2015 3.2 r9 390 1tb fusion drive.

    14,100 geek bench!
     

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  2. Firebrand macrumors regular

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    Congratulations, ’njoy!

    So one can be happy with an often so-labeled ‘entry-level’ iMac 27" :)
     
  3. drew.bowser thread starter macrumors regular

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    Crap! I did a restart and shut down adobe CC and its even faster!

    ALMOST 15k multi and 5K single!!
     

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  4. c613m macrumors 6502

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    Nice, same exact machine I'll have next week :) 512SSD and adding 16GB Crucial RAM. I'm excited coming from a 2011 21.5 w/ Custom SSD.
     
  5. drew.bowser thread starter macrumors regular

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    LOL, I just retired a 2011 2.5 with an SSD. :) The performance difference is amazing. This SSD is SO AMAZINGLY FAST.
     
  6. c613m macrumors 6502

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    Nice, looks like we had exactly same rig and exactly same new rig lol.
     
  7. SoYoung macrumors 6502

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    I'm not a pro with all the benchmarks thing, but I just tested my late 2015 27' iMac (actually, it is the first time I do a benchmark test just to compare with yours) its the base model with Fusion Drive also. and I dont find the difference to be so ahead of mine to feel I need it.

    Multicore is at 13 170 and single core at 4546.
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    Wow, I do another test with all applications closed :

    https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/3219394

    Not bad, mostly the single core result.
     

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