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Discussion in 'iMac' started by jesteraver, Aug 13, 2007.
The 2.8 GHz floating point is just W O W
Nice results! now my 24" 2.8GHz needs to hurry up and ship!
I wish I had an extra gig of memory in my iMac G5 see the difference between this and my soon too be new computer.
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wow, the 2.8 is pretty fast. My 20 inch imac (2.33) got 3069... But whatever
Wow...i got 1104 with my Dell 700m
I found the mecca of geekbench scores
Performances (June 2007)
iMac G5 1.8 GHz @ 1044 *
Power Mac G5 Dual-Dual 2.5 GHz @ 3284 *
iMac C2E 2.8 GHz @ 3791
Mac Pro Dual Dual-Xeon 2.0 GHz @ 3894 *
Mac Pro Dual Quad-Xeon 3.0 GHz @ 8618 *
I can't wait too feel the power.
iMac 2.8 from a geekbench test seems pretty good.
* not sure how much memory they were using for these tests.
That's a lot faster than the difference in clock speed implies. Is something else going on inside the C2E?
Oh s*** u live in Mtl! ahaha...when are you getting your 2.8?
Yup getting the 2.8 *drools*
I can't wait for barefeats results.
Really the clock speed is about 16% (2.8/2.4) and so is the overall score (3791/3243). The floating point is even better than that though so maybe it is unusual...
Moreover, I would not have expected the full benefit of the clock to come through, given the 800MHZ fsb and 667MHz memory bus. In one way it confirms a suspicion I had that the desktop architectures could not get much better results even with faster FSBs and memory speeds.
One thing that amazes me. That the Quad-Xeon 2.0 GHz is slightly faster then the C2E 2.8 GHz. The Quad-Xeon has a slightly faster FSB. Plus the cache must have something too do with it also.
One thing. I am happy that I am getting a new mac. 260% increase in speed, now that is something.
I just wish Apple would use slightly better memory DDR2-800 instead of 667. Just imagine how much faster these babies would be.
One thing for sure by 2010, I'll get another mac. Hopefully it be a Mac Pro or wtv it will be called by then