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threshold10

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jan 8, 2017
4
1
Hello,

I just recently bought an Mac mini i5 base model.

I am wonder how i7 performance in terms of temps and cinebench r20.

Also how larger ssd affects speed.

Here is what I get:

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As for temps, I am running at full rpm 4400

I am getting close to 90 degrees during the cinebench r20.

256 gb ssd:

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Can fellow owners of i7 or larger SSDs post their scores / temps?
 

IngerMan

macrumors 68020
Feb 21, 2011
2,005
902
Michigan
I did not know Cinabench had a Mac App, cool.

I do not have fan control but my temps on the r20 got up to 84 and hovered around 82-84 during the test. The fans slowly got up to 4040rpm tops toward the very end of the test. They crept up from the low 3,000 range.

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jrlcopy

macrumors 6502a
Jun 20, 2007
548
840
What we discovered is that the amount of storage space is what determines your SSD speeds. 1TB+ seems to get you the fastest 2800+/2800+ speeds.
 
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