New 13" rMBP Benchmark

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  1. numberfour macrumors regular

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    Hi guys

    When can we expect to see benchmarks of the new 13" rMBP? And which site is the best for this?
     
  2. yjchua95 macrumors 604

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    Geekbench.

    We'll see them in a couple of days when consumers get their hands on them, I guess.
     
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    Cinema 4D benchmarks, or Unigine.
     
  5. dusk007 macrumors 68040

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    The best benchmarks you will find on a site like notebookcheck which will have a series of benchs at shines light at all aspects. Geekbench as such is pretty worthless for any real information. All this fully synthetic stuff should only be a viewed beside the rest but exclusively it misses a lot. Especially with all the Turbo boosting modern chips do.
     
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    Cheers, I also saw another post in the forum.

    It is the graphical performance I want to see benchmarked anyways. Haven't really seen much improvement in the cpu's over the last years.
     
  9. barefeats macrumors 65816

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    I have the early 2015 rMBP 13" 3.1GHz i7 with Intel Iris 6100 GPU. It's slightly faster than the Intel Iris 5100 GPU in the 2013-2014 rMBP 13" for OpenGL. Oddly, it's much slower doing OpenCL (LuxMark).

    Neither matches late 2013 or mid 2014 rMBP 15" with GeForce 750M for OpenGL Game performance.

    The most impressive feature so far is the faster flash storage. Large sequential transfers are blazing fast at 1400MB/s READ and 1500MB/s WRITE. That's even faster than the late 2013 Mac Pro 'tube' flash storage. Apparently the new Samsung SM951 flash has replaced the XP941 flash.
     
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    Appreciate your feedback. Those speeds sounds amazing, it's starting to get a little sluggish on my mba 2011 machine so would be nice with a speed upgrade like that.
     

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