please post your new 12.9" ipad pro geekbench

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  1. snow755 macrumors 6502a

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    for the ones that have there new ipad pro 12.9" all ready please post your geekbench 4 i really like too see if they kept the ram at 4GB or bump it up too 6 or 8GB of ram on the new 12.9"
     
  2. iPadDad macrumors 6502

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    I want to see the clock speed difference, I am sure the ram is unchanged
     
  3. Dave245 macrumors 603

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    Isn't it going to be the same as the 10.5" iPad Pro? I'm sure Apple said they have the same specs.
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    The Ram is the same as the 10.5" it's 4GB.
     
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    Citation?
     
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    Geekbench database
     
  6. iPadDad macrumors 6502

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    There will be a difference, due to screen size and clock speed, but the real question is ram and as said I am interested in that clock speed and benchmark scores
     
  7. lyutin macrumors regular

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    can anyone who got the 12.9 confirm its still 4gb?
     
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    It's been confirmed in other threads. It's confirmed.
     
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    I assume it's gonna be a little faster and will throttle less.
     
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    Not 12.9 but 10.5
     

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    Minor fluctuations in clock speed is normal. Heck, even larger drops is normal if you're hitting thermal throttling.
     
  14. shyam09 macrumors 68000

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    clockspeed is the same (ran Geekbench on 12.9 and 10.5 today).
     
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    thanks it looks like the ram is a tad lower on the new 12.9" ipad pro this under 4GB why the new 10.5" ipad is at 4GB of ram why the new 12.9" is at 3.88GB all most 4GB
     
  17. The Game 161 macrumors Pentium

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    Doubt it's any different, both will have the exact same ram available. They wouldn't give the smaller model more even if it's very slight.
     
  18. mi7chy macrumors 601

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    The 12.9" has higher resolution so it takes more from the 4GB shared memory.
     
  19. Kal-037, Jun 13, 2017
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    This thing is a monster! Holy cow, I can't believe how powerful it is.
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    iPad's A10X Fusion ARM processor will range between 2.31GHz and 2.39GHz, RAM is 4GB (just like First Generation iPP.) iPad Pro Generation 2 has 6 Cores, 3 High Performance cores 3 lower power efficiency cores.

    Comparisons:

    iPhone 7+...
    iPad Single Core score is 643 points above A10 Fusion. (iPad Pro Single Core= 3949... iPhone 7= 3306.)
    iPad Multi Core score is 3872 points above A10 Fusion. (iPad Pro Multi Core=9283... iPhone 7= 5411.)

    iPad Pro 12.9" First Generation...
    iPad Single Core is 936 points above A9X. (New iPad is=3949... First iPad Pro=3012.)
    iPad Multi Core is 4404 points above A9X. (New iPad is=9283... First iPad Pro=4879.)

    Samsung Tab S3...
    Single Core score for iPad is 2482 points above Samsung TabS' Snapdragon 820.
    (iPad Pro Single Core= 3949... Samsung Tab S3= 1467.)
    (iPad Pro Multi Core= 9283... Samsung Tab S3= 3778.)


    (Different OS and type of processors but gives a small idea of power.)

    Google Pixel C...
    Single Core= 1631
    Multi Core= 3876

    Surface Pro 4...
    Single Core (i5 6300U)= 3050
    Multi Core (i5 6300U)= 6390
    Surface Pro 4 i7...
    Single Core

    MacBook Pro late 2016 15"...
    Single Core (i7-6820HQ)= 4101
    Multi Core (i7-6820HQ)= 13201

    Samsung S8...
    Single Core= 2121
    Multi Core= 7101

    The new iPad's single core scores are close to the 2017 13' and 15" MacBook Pros single Core scores. *Yes they are ARM chips, but the speed and power is still beyond impressive (especially considering they are mobile processors against 7th gen i7 dual and quad-core processors.)


    Bravo Apple, you deserve a thumbs up.
     

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