NEW Macbook Pro: Complete System Profiler Images + GEEKBENCH

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by heatasmallhouse, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. heatasmallhouse macrumors regular

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    Hey guys, images below, geekbench to follow. Sorry for it taking so long, had to get network access at work. (plus I'm getting used to the full size keyboard from my 12" PB). Enjoy!!
     

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  2. dpaanlka macrumors 601

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  3. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    more..
     

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  4. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    Buffalo, NY Apple Store. Its about 20 mins from my office. Went this morning and god does it feel good.
     
  5. cube macrumors G5

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  6. illustratorDavi macrumors 6502

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    DVD-RAM format isn't that successful. Panasonic appears to be the only people that make it (well here in the uk anyway). DVD-/+RW although not as full featured is so much cheaper!!

    I'm a bit concerned about the HD space. 160gb down to £148 and all you have left is 68gb is that just with the preinstalled os X or have you installed any software on it yet ?
     
  7. meagain macrumors 68030

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    dpaan - the Oak Brook store said they have them.
     
  8. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    Geekbench Results

    GEEKBENCH!!!

    Geekbench Score 3222
    Version Geekbench 2.0.3
    Platform Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
    Operating System Mac OS X 10.4.9 (Build 8Q1058)
    Processor Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7700 @ 2.40GHz
    Model MacBookPro3,1
    Memory 2.00 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    System Information
    Platform Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
    Compiler GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 5363)
    Operating System Mac OS X 10.4.9 (Build 8Q1058)
    Model MacBookPro3,1
    Motherboard MacBookPro3,1
    Processor Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7700 @ 2.40GHz
    Processor ID GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 10
    Logical Processors 2
    Physical Processors 1
    Processor Frequency 2.40 GHz
    L1 Instruction Cache 32.0 KB
    L1 Data Cache 32.0 KB
    L2 Cache 4.00 MB
    L3 Cache 0.00 B
    Bus Frequency 800 MHz
    Memory 2.00 GB
    Memory Type 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
    SIMD 1
    Integer Performance 2787
    Blowfish
    single-threaded scalar 1944
    85.4 MB/sec
    Blowfish
    multi-threaded scalar 4158
    170.4 MB/sec
    Text Compress
    single-threaded scalar 1887
    6.04 MB/sec
    Text Compress
    multi-threaded scalar 3559
    11.7 MB/sec
    Text Decompress
    single-threaded scalar 1871
    7.69 MB/sec
    Text Decompress
    multi-threaded scalar 3764
    15.0 MB/sec
    Image Compress
    single-threaded scalar 1539
    12.7 Mpixels/sec
    Image Compress
    multi-threaded scalar 2943
    24.8 Mpixels/sec
    Image Decompress
    single-threaded scalar 1324
    22.2 Mpixels/sec
    Image Decompress
    multi-threaded scalar 2590
    42.3 Mpixels/sec
    Crafty Chess
    single-threaded scalar 1958
    990.0 Knodes/sec
    Crafty Chess
    multi-threaded scalar 3454
    1.68 Mnodes/sec
    Lua
    single-threaded scalar 2701
    1.04 Mnodes/sec
    Lua
    multi-threaded scalar 5332
    2.05 Mnodes/sec
    Floating Point Performance 4497
    Mandelbrot
    single-threaded scalar 1709
    1.14 Gflops
    Mandelbrot
    multi-threaded scalar 3408
    2.23 Gflops
    Dot Product
    single-threaded scalar 2279
    1.10 Gflops
    Dot Product
    multi-threaded scalar 5993
    2.73 Gflops
    Dot Product
    single-threaded vector 1691
    2.03 Gflops
    Dot Product
    multi-threaded vector 4235
    4.41 Gflops
    LU Decomposition
    single-threaded scalar 700
    622.8 Mflops
    LU Decomposition
    multi-threaded scalar 1429
    1.25 Gflops
    Primality Test
    single-threaded scalar 3399
    507.7 Mflops
    Primality Test
    multi-threaded scalar 5183
    961.9 Mflops
    Sharpen Image
    single-threaded scalar 4926
    11.5 Mpixels/sec
    Sharpen Image
    multi-threaded scalar 9606
    22.1 Mpixels/sec
    Blur Image
    single-threaded scalar 6201
    4.91 Mpixels/sec
    Blur Image
    multi-threaded scalar 12203
    9.60 Mpixels/sec
    Memory Performance 2401
    Read Sequential
    single-threaded scalar 3396
    4.16 GB/sec
    Write Sequential
    single-threaded scalar 2642
    1.81 GB/sec
    Stdlib Allocate
    single-threaded scalar 2404
    8.97 Mallocs/sec
    Stdlib Write
    single-threaded scalar 1622
    3.36 GB/sec
    Stdlib Copy
    single-threaded scalar 1944
    2.00 GB/sec
    Stream Performance 1929
    Stream Copy
    single-threaded scalar 1897
    2.59 GB/sec
    Stream Copy
    single-threaded vector 2133
    2.77 GB/sec
    Stream Scale
    single-threaded scalar 1984
    2.58 GB/sec
    Stream Scale
    single-threaded vector 2089
    2.82 GB/sec
    Stream Add
    single-threaded scalar 1707
    2.58 GB/sec
    Stream Add
    single-threaded vector 2167
    3.01 GB/sec
    Stream Triad
    single-threaded scalar 1806
    2.50 GB/sec
    Stream Triad
    single-threaded vector 1655
    3.10 GB/sec
     
  9. MIDI_EVIL macrumors 65816

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    Is that good?

    I could get my PowerBook replaced by one of these, what you reckon?

    Rich.
     
  10. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    the last generation high-end MBP ran a score of 3034, so theres definitely been some headway made. not overpowering, but enough to warrant all my waiting.
     
  11. cube macrumors G5

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    Samsung and Pioneer also have slot-loading drives with DVD-RAM.
    I don't care if the discs are more expensive. It is better and everything has its uses.
     
  12. MIDI_EVIL macrumors 65816

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    Holy hell, my G4 at 1.67 with 1024 RAM scored a dismal 995.

    Jeez, I had no idea.

    Rich.
     
  13. dpaanlka macrumors 601

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    Ooh ahh I must go and see them OakBrook is about 3 seconds away from me I can practically walk there.
     
  14. uMac macrumors 6502

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    HD only 68?

    I second this Question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  15. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    LOADS of software and raw movie files. I used the Migration Assistant. Total usable space is 148.73Gb.
     
  16. crazysnake macrumors newbie

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    Hey

    Could you please post the GPU and RAM clock of the 8600m gt !!!
     
  17. e12a macrumors 68000

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  18. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    did you look at the images below, i believe that's the information you're looking for . 667Mhz ram
     
  19. haiggy macrumors 65816

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    Wow...... I just Geekbench'd my iBook G4..................

    a WHOPPING SCORE OF:


    505

    :(

    This upgrade is going to be huge for me! It's almost 7x in score
     
  20. vassillios macrumors 6502

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    what does the "SR" stand for?

    uhhh never mind...Santa Rosa
     
  21. crazysnake macrumors newbie

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    *g* no i didn't mean that. I meant the internal clockspeed of the graphics card (maybe you can look up this only on windows with powerstrip or a tool like that)

    the native clock of the nVidia 8600M GT is:

    GPU: 475 Mhz
    Shader: 950 Mhz
    Ram: 700 Mhz
     
  22. heatasmallhouse thread starter macrumors regular

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    Anyone know a program for OS X that will find out the clock speed of the NVidia on my MBP?
     
  23. crazysnake macrumors newbie

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    AFAIK there are only progs for ati gpus around for mac osx :((
     
  24. BadgerMac macrumors regular

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    As a comparison my 1st Gen 17" Core Duo MBP scored a 2731.
     
  25. Zwhaler macrumors 603

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    Don't get too excited, based on the Geekbench rating, there is only a 6% improvement.
     

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