Highest GeekBench @Mac Mini DualCore i7 2.7GHz??

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  1. AT0MAC macrumors regular

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    I'm trying to find the highest GeekBench score for a Mac Mini DualCore i7 2.7GHz.

    What do you say, what is the mark to beat atm.?

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    Not QuadCore i7 server, but the normal DualCore i7 build-to-order 2.7
     
  2. The-Pro macrumors 65816

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    Theres a thread about creating the fastest dual core mac mini on these forums. Have a look for it. There a lots of high benchmarks there. in the 9000-10000 range
     
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    I think he might know about that thread given that he started it ;).
     
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    Oh right haha, I just took a quick climps at that didnt pay attention to the users :D
     
  5. AT0MAC thread starter macrumors regular

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    :p

    That's actually why I am asking, because those who have 9-10.000 scores have the server quad core model.

    Am more wondering about what scores my dual core model can give - in OS X Lion by the way.
    Windows 7 or Mountain Lion gives higher scores - will try them both out later on in comparison.

    What I have found is that this one have 7807 points and can't really find any one higher than that with this type of machine...
     
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    http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/451230 8100




    http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/450709

    8314 but on lion 10.7 not sure about lion 10.7.3
     
  7. AT0MAC, Mar 24, 2012
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    There is something a little strange about that score.
    0 L1 Instruction Cache, 0 L1 Data Cache and 0 L3 Cache...
    He have a really high Processor floating point performance but really low memory scores because he is using the stock 4GB DDR1333.
    To me it just seems out of place and strange...
     
  8. AT0MAC thread starter macrumors regular

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    Even at the official GeekBench Mac Scoreboard the 7807 score is listed as the top score.

    But it was last updated the 4th November 11, so might soon be time for a refresh...

    [​IMG]
     
  9. FrancoisC macrumors 6502a

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    That 7807 score is from mine :D

    I got it after upgrading my RAM to the "vengeance" ddr3 1600MHz from corsair.

    Before that I had 6 thousands something with the default 4gb.
     
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    Nice. I see in your sig that you have an Intel SSD also, not same model but still one of the good ones - have you run geekbench, novabench or diskspeed after installing that one?

    Would love to compare some numbers later on.

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    Your windows numbers are really good, but would be interesting to see what it can pull off in os x
     

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