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I'm the developer behind Geekbench, and I'm glad you guys find it useful! I must say it's been interesting seeing the results from both Hackintoshes and Macintoshes.

 

Anyway, here are my Geekbench scores for my iMac Core 2 Duo:

 

Mac OS X 32-bit: 206.7

Mac OS X 64-bit: 220.7

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I'm the developer behind Geekbench, and I'm glad you guys find it useful! I must say it's been interesting seeing the results from both Hackintoshes and Macintoshes.

 

Anyway, here are my Geekbench scores for my iMac Core 2 Duo:

 

Mac OS X 32-bit: 206.7

Mac OS X 64-bit: 220.7

 

Great :) , I would be more interested in seeing the true results for ppls rigs.without overclocking.

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Great :D , I would be more interested in seeing the true results for ppls rigs.without overclocking.

 

Stock

 

Core 2 Duo E6300 @ 1.86 Ghz

Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3

2GB Corsair XMS2 667 Mhz RAM @ 4-4-4-12

X1800XT

250GB SATAII HDD

 

I get 220.0:

 

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=9427

Overclocked

 

Core 2 Duo E6300 @ 3.29 GHz

2GB Corsair XMS2 @ 940 Mhz Mhz RAM @ 5-5-5-15

 

I get 338.2:

 

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=9409

 

:)

 

P.S. This is with the 32-bit version.

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Core 2 Duo E6300 @ 1.86 Ghz

Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3

2GB Corsair XMS2 667 Mhz RAM @ 4-4-4-12

X1800XT

250GB SATAII HDD

 

I've got a similar configuration under Windows (with an Intel DQ965GF motherboard and 1GB OCZ DDR2-667 4-4-4-12) and I get a score of 220.2 in 32-bit mode and a score of 253.2 in 64-bit mode.

 

I'm amused the 32-bit scores are so close!

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I've got a similar configuration under Windows (with an Intel DQ965GF motherboard and 1GB OCZ DDR2-667 4-4-4-12) and I get a score of 220.2 in 32-bit mode and a score of 253.2 in 64-bit mode.

 

I'm amused the 32-bit scores are so close!

 

Yeah - When @ 3.01 Ghz, 32-bit gives me 301, and 64-bit gives me 330. It seems both our results have an approximate difference of around 30 points...

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Rosetta: 110

Native: 165

 

:thumbsup_anim:

 

Running 10.4.8 with 10.4.8 kernel(mifki).

 

P4 3Ghz SSE3/HTT

1GB 400Mhz DDR SDRAM

200GB HDD(Seagate I think)

GeForce 7900GS 256MB

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My MacInDell Geek Bench

 

Tsk Tsk.. can't get the 64 bit to run! ;)

 

" Last login: Wed Dec 6 07:32:30 on ttyp1

/Users/kohbenedict/Desktop/Geekbench\ 2006-1/geekbench; exit

Welcome to Darwin!

MacInDell:~ kohbenedict$ /Users/kohbenedict/Desktop/Geekbench\ 2006-1/geekbench; exit

Bus error

logout

[Process completed]

 

"

 

Wonder if its related to my System Profiler issue where hardware cannot be detected?

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MBP 15inch 2.33GHz C2D, 2 GB RAM:

 

Rosetta: 160.0

32-Bit: 218.7

64-Bit: 236.9

 

Each of these was run with Firefox, Thunderbird, Skype and iChat running. Seems pretty damn good to me; the Rosetta score seems kinda low.

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On the same hardware -

 

Results in Windows (XP SP2 - Score 155)

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=12106

 

Results in Mac OS X (Darwin 8.8.1 - Score 161):

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=12098

 

Results in Linux (Ubuntu 6.06.1 - Score 182):

http://www.geekpatrol.ca/browse/2006/?view&id=12103

 

{Puts on asbestos suit}

Let the flaming begin!

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New machine:

 

Setup: Asus P5LD2-VM mobo, Core2Duo T6600@2.4ghz (stock), 2 1gb sticks of ddr2 pc5300 ram. All air cooled and pretty much stock, running latest semthex beta sse3 kernel.

 

Geekbench 64bit - 265.7

GB64bit.txt

 

Geekbench 32 bit - 245.1

GB32bit.txt

 

Geekbench Rosetta - 173.3

GBRosetta.txt

 

Not to bad i'd say. :)

i can overclock it also but, its not my computer.....its for my boss

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Platform: Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)

Compiler: GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 5363)

Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4.9 (Build 8P2137)

Model: Hackintosh

Motherboard: ADP2,1

Processor: Intel® Core2 CPU 4300 @ 1.80GHz

Processor ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 2

Logical Processors: 2

Physical Processors: 1

Processor Frequency: 2.39 GHz

L1 Instruction Cache: 32.0 KB

L1 Data Cache: 32.0 KB

L2 Cache: 2.00 MB

L3 Cache: 0.00 B

Bus Frequency: 800 MHz

Memory: 2.00 GB

Memory Type: 533 MHz RAM

SIMD: 1

 

Integer (Score: 2834)

Blowfish single-threaded scalar -- 1949, 1.0, 85.6 MB/sec

Blowfish multi-threaded scalar -- 4105, 2.0, 168.2 MB/sec

Text Compress single-threaded scalar -- 1888, 1.0, 6.04 MB/sec

Text Compress multi-threaded scalar -- 3549, 1.9, 11.6 MB/sec

Text Decompress single-threaded scalar -- 1864, 1.0, 7.66 MB/sec

Text Decompress multi-threaded scalar -- 3801, 2.0, 15.1 MB/sec

Image Compress single-threaded scalar -- 1553, 1.0, 12.8 Mpixels/sec

Image Compress multi-threaded scalar -- 3014, 2.0, 25.4 Mpixels/sec

Image Decompress single-threaded scalar -- 1320, 1.0, 22.2 Mpixels/sec

Image Decompress multi-threaded scalar -- 2609, 1.9, 42.6 Mpixels/sec

Crafty Chess single-threaded scalar -- 1941, 1.0, 981.1 Knodes/sec

Crafty Chess multi-threaded scalar -- 3484, 1.7, 1.69 Mnodes/sec

Lua single-threaded scalar -- 2918, 1.0, 1.12 Mnodes/sec

Lua multi-threaded scalar -- 5689, 1.9, 2.19 Mnodes/sec

 

Floating Point (Score: 4538)

Mandelbrot single-threaded scalar -- 1693, 1.0, 1.13 Gflops

Mandelbrot multi-threaded scalar -- 3406, 2.0, 2.23 Gflops

Dot Product single-threaded scalar -- 2900, 1.0, 1.40 Gflops

Dot Product multi-threaded scalar -- 5764, 1.9, 2.63 Gflops

Dot Product single-threaded vector -- 2014, 1.7, 2.41 Gflops

Dot Product multi-threaded vector -- 4150, 3.1, 4.32 Gflops

LU Decomposition single-threaded scalar -- 704, 1.0, 626.7 Mflops

LU Decomposition multi-threaded scalar -- 1407, 2.0, 1.23 Gflops

Primality Test single-threaded scalar -- 3358, 1.0, 501.6 Mflops

Primality Test multi-threaded scalar -- 5151, 1.9, 956.1 Mflops

Sharpen Image single-threaded scalar -- 4928, 1.0, 11.5 Mpixels/sec

Sharpen Image multi-threaded scalar -- 9622, 1.9, 22.2 Mpixels/sec

Blur Image single-threaded scalar -- 6212, 1.0, 4.92 Mpixels/sec

Blur Image multi-threaded scalar -- 12223, 2.0, 9.61 Mpixels/sec

 

Memory (Score: 2751)

Read Sequential single-threaded scalar -- 3783, 1.0, 4.63 GB/sec

Write Sequential single-threaded scalar -- 2921, 1.0, 2.00 GB/sec

Stdlib Allocate single-threaded scalar -- 2335, 1.0, 8.72 Mallocs/sec

Stdlib Write single-threaded scalar -- 2160, 1.0, 4.47 GB/sec

Stdlib Copy single-threaded scalar -- 2556, 1.0, 2.63 GB/sec

 

Stream (Score: 2004)

Stream Copy single-threaded scalar -- 2057, 1.0, 2.81 GB/sec

Stream Copy single-threaded vector -- 2242, 1.0, 2.91 GB/sec

Stream Scale single-threaded scalar -- 2125, 1.0, 2.76 GB/sec

Stream Scale single-threaded vector -- 2100, 1.0, 2.83 GB/sec

Stream Add single-threaded scalar -- 1717, 1.0, 2.59 GB/sec

Stream Add single-threaded vector -- 2297, 1.2, 3.20 GB/sec

Stream Triad single-threaded scalar -- 1833, 1.0, 2.53 GB/sec

Stream Triad single-threaded vector -- 1668, 1.2, 3.12 GB/sec

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