Macbook Pro 2019 Benchmarks and First Impressions! Post yours!

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  1. RumorConsumer macrumors 6502a

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    Did you get a new MacBook Pro 2019? Show us your numbers! What do you think? Cinebench? Geekbench? Lets see what these things can do.
     
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  4. dof250 macrumors regular

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    How are temperatures and fan noise?
     
  5. William Payne macrumors 6502a

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    I look forward to seeing actual test results. benchmark scores are hard to compare without knowing how much a difference the results are.
     
  6. leman macrumors G3

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    Without being any scores, I'd predict that the new base 6-core MBP will perform at the same level as the old i9, the new mid-tier model with 8-core i9 will perform around 25-30% better than the last year's i9, and there will be no difference whatsoever between the two i9 options for the MBP.
     
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    Thanks for posting. Cinebench would also be great to see since the test takes longer and is more likely to throttle. Throttling made all three CPU options in the 2018 almost identical in performance for longer heavy tasks, so it’ll be interesting to see if that’s gotten better on this release.
     
  9. Thysanoptera macrumors 6502a

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    Get Cinebench R20, this is a longer test, more representative of sustained loads when you'll run into thermal limits. Geekbench can be pretty much estimated from the clocks alone.
     
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    How's the new keyboard? Any difference from butterfly gen 3 that you can discern?
     
  11. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Here it is...

    note: I'm not the owner, just linking a youtube video.

    credits : www.macdoesstuff.com



    16gb ram
    2.3ghz 8 core.
    uhd 630 + radeon pro 560x
    run coolers than 2018, so far!

    upload_2019-5-23_13-26-25.png
     
  14. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    That is promising!!!
     
  15. joel_w macrumors newbie

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    If that's the old version of Cinebench, that doesn't look too bad, especially if accompanied by lower load temps. A run on Cinebench R20 would be interesting too.

    My i7 2.6 GHz (2018) gets around 1100 on the old Cinebench. So that's about 14% improvement between the base 2018 model and 2019 second tier models. Geekbench is pretty useless IMO so I don't care much for it.
     
  16. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    tell the guy in the comments
     
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    cinebench macbook pro.png
    Not really....I didn't have keyboard issues with my 2017 MacBook Pro....my Cinebench score is 2930
     
  19. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Nice! This guy got these with a 2.6ghz 2018

    https://www.reddit.com/r/macbookpro...inebench_r20_power_limiting_your_macbook_pro/

    "The benchmark scores here, run in balmy ambient temperature of 29C, shows improvements in scores when you limit the MacBook Pro 2018 (i7 2.6GHz) to 45W and below.

    Stock - 2010

    45W - 2368

    40W - 2288

    39W - 2246

    @45W, we are looking at a 18% improvement over stock for workloads longer than 2min. Even @39W, the improvements is about 12%, with the plus side of wearing out the fans less.

    For now, I have set to 39W for what I think is a good balance between performance and thermals in the hot tropics.

    Curious to see what are the Cinebench r20 scores for the other variants, namely the 2016/2017 and the 2018 i7 2.2 and 2018 i9 2.9 models. Chime in your scores please! Cinebench r20 can be downloaded on Mac app store."
     
  20. Thysanoptera macrumors 6502a

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    Thanks! That's not bad actually, I thought it is going to be worse. I'm getting 2550 on 2018 2.2, so the 2 additional cores give 15% improvement. Of course still below my other 6 core laptop - MSI GS65 that gets 2950, but I'm pretty sure I can squeeze 3k out of it.
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    He was getting this at 29C ambient, damn. Not really representative, should be much higher in human breathable environment.
     
  21. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yeah interesting we aren’t being flooded with scores at this point...
     
  22. Thomascrown macrumors newbie

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    I ran with intel power gadget and temps spike to 100c right away and hover around while cpu spikes to 4ghz and settle around 3ghz. intel.png
     
  23. RumorConsumer thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Wow the British guy in the video above got the 8 core and didn't see above 90C on a CPU maxout!
     

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