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Over at www.geekpatrol.ca, they have a benchmark program for Windows, Linux, and OSX that tests your box based on Math tests and jpeg compressions.

 

On the Hackintosh IRC, we did some benchmarks, and Chapel stomped everyone with his 3.5GHz Pentium D 920:

 

My MBP(1.83Ghz, 512MB) did somewhat decent. <.>

 

EDIT: added a new image showing the Mac Pro, and the Quad G5

 

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Some Results mine is the First one

 

 

3488 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.00GHz x 2 202.8 <<<<<<<<<< Modestly mine

3485 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Core2 CPU 6300 @ 1.86GHz x 2 299.7 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Core2Duo 6300 w/o overclock . WOW

3483 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.20GHz x 1 145.5

3482 iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 1 117.1

3481 Apple Computer, Inc. MacBookPro1,1

Genuine Intel® CPU T2500 @ 2.00GHz x 2 203.3

3479 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.20GHz x 2 187.4

3478 iMac G5 (Ambient Light Sensor)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 1 98.1

3477 Power Mac G5 (June 2004)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 2 164.5

3476 Power Mac G5 (June 2004)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 2 150.9

3475 Rosetta

PowerPC G4 (7400) x 2 158.8

3474 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® D CPU 2.80GHz x 2 239.7

3473 Rosetta

PowerPC G4 (7400) x 2 85.8

3472 Power Mac G5 (June 2004)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 2 149.9

3471 Power Mac G5 (June 2004)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 2 149.4

3470 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz x 2 131.3

3467 empty empty

Dual-Core AMD Opteron Processor 2218 x 4 250.7 <<<<<< i left this one for comparision only, running Windows XP

3466 Power Mac G5 (Late 2005)

PowerPC G5 (970) x 4 284.5

3465 MacBook

Genuine Intel® CPU T2500 @ 2.00GHz x 2 150.9

3464 Developer Transition Kit

Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.20GHz x 1 159.4

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Interesting things to note:

 

Test on Windows vs Test on OSX. Windows was about 10% high (203 vs 181) So results you see for windows machines cannot really be held in point for point.

 

HTT seems to make no difference to test.

Making a dual core run on one core has a drop in speed, but not close to 50%.

 

MacPros make me cry. :blink:

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I agree with the addition of GeekBench to our multitude of benchmarking programs. Although, since synthetic benchmarking is oft criticized for accuracy and thus fairly taboo, I think listing scores from as many utilities as possible is necessary to get the best overview of a machine's performance.

 

That being said, I was more than happy with my 155.4 in GeekBench, but I've also included marks for all benchmarking software I currently run in my signature.

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Yeah, it's time to move on from Xbench. It's the most BS benchmarking suite EVER. Especially the graphics part of it, my G4 benches the same with 5200 and 9800pro; that's just laughable. XBench has taken a LOT of flack, I was very surprised to find people here still using it.

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My MBP 2.0ghz got a 179.5, which I'm pretty impressed with all things considered.

 

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=7765

 

I saw someone else on here got a 179.9 from their MBP 2.16 ghz and my score's not too far behind that.

 

What's really rocking my mind is those insane Mac Pro scores, and the scores some of you are getting with your mac hacks.

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hmm... my macbook 1.83 (2gb ram) gets 162 / 101, which is slower than asap's 173.

 

interesting.. wonder if he has better RAM? :)

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Processor: Intel® Pentium® D CPU 3.00GHz

Processor ID: GenuineIntel Family 15 Model 6 Stepping 2

Logical Processor Count: 2

Physical Processor Count: 2

Processor Frequency: 3990 MHz

Bus Frequency: 960 MHz

Memory: 1024 MB

 

 

Geekbench:Overall Score: 253.8

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