New Macbook Benchmarks (Xbench)....

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by hiimamac, Oct 15, 2008.

  1. hiimamac macrumors 6502a

    hiimamac

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    Hey all, ran in the Apple store, downloaded Xbench and ran it..

    Here are the results...

    Keep in mind, I didn't look at the spec (CPU) but Apple is notorius for putting out the higher end.

    No MACBOOK PRO was available for testing....

    Results 163.28
    System Info
    Xbench Version 1.3
    System Version 10.5.5 (9F2088)
    Physical RAM 2048 MB
    Model MacBook5,1
    Drive Type FUJITSU MHZ2160BH FFS G1
    CPU Test 131.14
    GCD Loop 224.75 11.85 Mops/sec
    Floating Point Basic 108.21 2.57 Gflop/sec
    vecLib FFT 94.21 3.11 Gflop/sec
    Floating Point Library 161.40 28.10 Mops/sec
    Thread Test 237.01
    Computation 395.81 8.02 Mops/sec, 4 threads
    Lock Contention 169.14 7.28 Mlocks/sec, 4 threads
    Memory Test 173.69
    System 189.39
    Allocate 228.33 838.49 Kalloc/sec
    Fill 160.39 7798.71 MB/sec
    Copy 191.34 3952.01 MB/sec
    Stream 160.40
    Copy 152.44 3148.66 MB/sec
    Scale 152.96 3160.15 MB/sec
    Add 169.18 3603.87 MB/sec
    Triad 168.63 3607.42 MB/sec
    Quartz Graphics Test 147.69
    Line 139.20 9.27 Klines/sec [50% alpha]
    Rectangle 173.33 51.75 Krects/sec [50% alpha]
    Circle 141.66 11.55 Kcircles/sec [50% alpha]
    Bezier 144.58 3.65 Kbeziers/sec [50% alpha]
    Text 144.38 9.03 Kchars/sec
    OpenGL Graphics Test 135.33
    Spinning Squares 135.33 171.68 frames/sec
    User Interface Test 200.64
    Elements 200.64 920.85 refresh/sec
     
  2. hazoomeh macrumors member

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  3. angemon89 macrumors 68000

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    haha no kidding. maybe throw in some pretty graphs so I can understand it better too.
     
  4. dukebound85 macrumors P6

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    for consistent comparisions between models, i advise not testing hd's

    or just use geekbench
     
  5. Eidorian macrumors Penryn

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    Sorry that I forgot Geekbench. :D
     
  6. hiimamac thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    FWIW, I don't use the track pad that often on my MBP but when I do, I use the button. Have tried it with the pad like a PC (which is what the new MACBOOK is doing now) and am not a huge fan of it.

    I sometimes bring a mouse, but if I have to use a pad, I like the button. Pretty decent marks actually, although can be deceiving, won't know until GAMERS report on FPS (frames per second) as the 1st GEN Macbook went from 70% to 171% in OPEN_GL but that didn't mean anything for games, but you could run motion.

    But I think this should be a step up as why advertise that you can play games, watch movies if it was cheap on board graphics.

    Still, lack of firewire. Hmmmf.
     
  7. hiimamac thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Exactly :)

    If you look, you will notice I have HD's benchmark turned off.

    There is no bench mark for the HD in this test as HD will skew the numbers, so this XBENCH is WITH HD turned off, for those interested.

    As I said, this will really be illustrated further once the FPS games get marked on it.

    For those NOT in the know, all you need to be concerned with is the OPEN_GL score, this is what matters the most.

    Of a more interesting note, the overall CPU score is HIGHER on the Macbook than on my MACBOOK pro 2.4 last gen 4MB cache duo core 6 months old, right before the touch pad had the extra gestures.

    All in all, I feel the MBP got somewhat cheapened, and it did, a little as they are now using the same parts (almost), and the MACbook has come a bit closer to the MBP (which is good for first time buyers) but the present MBP should be $1499 and they should release a 4 core 15/17 at $1999 and $2499 et-cetera and stick with the same case as mine. For once, while I might get a MB, I am glad I have the one I have now as these are great feeling, love the keyboard and should last for years.

    :cool::apple:

    Again, no HD on this XBENCH test.
     
  8. hiimamac thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Sure.

    Intel OpenGL=71
    Nvidia OpenGL=135.33
     
  9. hiimamac thread starter macrumors 6502a

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  10. thelucster macrumors newbie

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  11. Ol!ver macrumors 6502a

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    My 2.0 Alu MacBook kicks out 125. That's with the HDD test turned on though. I'll run it again turned off tonight.
     

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