My MacBooks: White 2010 2.4 ghz unibody / 4gb ram / Kingston SSD Aluminum 2008 2 ghz unibody / 2gb ram / Stock HD Using geekbench 3 I have ran the tests several times as closely as possible disabling any extra programs and running the same 10.11 OS X on both. The Aluminum MacBook always destroys the white MacBook on the scores every time I run the geek bench 3 program. The white MB boots faster thanks to the SSD, but really it's not THAT much faster. When I switch the SSD and 4gd ram to the Aluminum MB, it gets even faster. The white MB drops off in score a LITTLE, but not as much as expected. All the disks are ran after using first aid, memory test, etc.... to ensure everything is operating properly. Is there some reason why the Aluminum MB is scoring so much better on geek bench and operating so much better in the real world? Even on things like Photo Booth the camera on the white MB tends to stutter while the aluminum one is smooth as butter. Help me out here, am I going crazy or is there something about the aluminum unibody that is better?