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Is 10.5.5 faster than 10.5.4?


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kdb424

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I honestly have no idea how good these benchmarks are. Let me know!

System info

Operating system: Mac OS X 10.5.4 (Build 9E17)
Model: MacBook Pro (Mid 2007)
Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU T7500 @ 2.20GHz
Frequency: 2.20 GHz
Total CPU number: 2
Physical CPU number: 1
Bus frequency: 800 MHz
Memory size: 2.00 GB
Memory type: 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Compiled with: GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
Tests results

Composite result: 3.36
iBench_fp test suite

Householder transformation: 3.54
Gaussian blur: 3.33
Mandelbrot set generation: 3.29
Numerical integration: 3.29
JPEG compression: 3.32
LU decomposition: 3.43
Edge detection: 3.85
Fast Fourier Transform: 3.34
Eigenvalue: 3.35
Partial result: 3.41
iBench_int test suite

Prime numbers calculation: 3.37
Blowfish cypher: 3.35
Kruskal tree search: 3.39
ZIP compression: 3.55
Integer factorization: 3.23
N Queens problem: 3.44
Maximum Common Divisor: 3.36
Quick sorting: 3.23
Binary searching: 3.08
Bubble sorting: 3.12
MD5 hashing: 3.32
Partial result: 3.31


System info

Operating system: Mac OS X 10.5.5 (Build 9F9)
Model: MacBook Pro (Mid 2007)
Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU T7500 @ 2.20GHz
Frequency: 2.20 GHz
Total CPU number: 2
Physical CPU number: 1
Bus frequency: 800 MHz
Memory size: 2.00 GB
Memory type: 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Compiled with: GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
Tests results

Composite result: 3.10
iBench_fp test suite

Householder transformation: 3.07
Gaussian blur: 3.01
Mandelbrot set generation: 3.22
Numerical integration: 3.06
JPEG compression: 3.15
LU decomposition: 2.86
Edge detection: 3.66
Fast Fourier Transform: 3.05
Eigenvalue: 3.00
Partial result: 3.11
iBench_int test suite

Prime numbers calculation: 3.13
Blowfish cypher: 3.12
Kruskal tree search: 2.80
ZIP compression: 3.13
Integer factorization: 3.01
N Queens problem: 3.21
Maximum Common Divisor: 3.15
Quick sorting: 3.06
Binary searching: 3.03
Bubble sorting: 3.13
MD5 hashing: 3.13
Partial result: 3.08


You tell me!

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i got 176 w/o HD in 10.5.4 -----> up to 186 w/o HD in 10.5.5 9f32

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Maybe some background indexes were running after installing 10.5.5 like spotlight indexing?

Can you re-run again the 10.5.5 benchmark again please?

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Xbench is running round about the same for me but graphics performance is massively improved:

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Previous score was around 25,000 :)

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I don't think so. You can see there is little difference on Geekbench.

http://forum.insanel...howtopic=127274





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