Here is the Haswell Mac Mini Benchmarks (Geekbench)

Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by gothamm, Oct 22, 2013.

  1. Jeremy M. macrumors member

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  2. COrocket macrumors 6502

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    No they have not released a Haswell mini. That link may or may not be legit. One issue is that it lists the mini as a 6,2 model which is the current quad core model. Could be a typo.
     
  3. Lilleskotte macrumors newbie

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    It could just be a hackintosh.

    I hope I'm wrong, though. Been waiting since june to break out of my windows-world.
     
  4. Lesser Evets macrumors 68040

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    I hope that is Apple testing their next Mini… which release to the market yesterday.
     
  5. jwhazel macrumors regular

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    Theres a couple of them on there: http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/search?q=4750HQ

    Knowing that these can easily be faked, I'm still conflicted. On one hand, the processor checks out since this is the same one thats in the 15" macbook retina and the scores seem to match up nicely. On the other hand, theres a few macbook airs listed in these results that clearly don't/can't/wouldn't have this processor.
     
  6. opinio macrumors 65816

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    I think that is very likely.
     
  7. MacPC macrumors regular

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    THERE iSN't HASWELL MINI YET!!!!! May be in 2014
     
  8. NewbieCanada macrumors 68030

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    No need to shout - particularly when telling us something we all already know.
     
  9. Lesser Evets macrumors 68040

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    Sometimes Apple (or someone) tests the hardware on Geekbench before it is released. You can see the scores show up on the recorded benchmarks.

    Of course it could also be altered data made by the user to make someone believe there is a MacMini 6,2 out there in testing, or someone make a Frankentosh or Hackentosh, etc.

    Some of the benchmarks are similar to the 3770 iMacs from 2012, just with the 3770k processor. Those higher benchmarks would make a 3770k mini very impressive.

    … why the lower case "t"?
     
  10. mrsavage1 macrumors regular

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  11. ElectronGuru macrumors 65816

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    Nice, I was just about to ask for the typical differential for this very prediction.
     
  12. breiti macrumors newbie

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    I hope so much this is true and they will release the next mac mini (soon) with this CPU as it features Iris Pro. I would buy this immediately.

    But i don't think it's legit because it says "Macmini6,2". Correct me if i'm wrong but the legit leaks already features the correct model number (Macmini7,2 in this case), or didn't they?
     
  13. mayuka macrumors 6502a

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    Cause he wrote that on a Windos machine and that's exactly the keybaord behaviour you see having the CAPS LOCK enabled. A Mac behaves differently.
     
  14. Lundmark macrumors newbie

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    Yeah, this is not legit. It's the 2012 Mac mini before GeekBench was updated to correctly identify the model. Here's a result of the 2012 Mac mini.

    I really hope there will be a Haswell update soon, though.
     

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