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post #41 of 62
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by buddha View Post

He's lying. No way a dual 3GHz could get anywhere near that.. or even half of that. I would think his shading score would be higher with his 8800 also.

Yeah I think you're right.
post #42 of 62
Anyone who has one of the new Mac Pros:

Would you please post the build number of your 10.5.1 that came on the machine?

To find the build #, go to Apple Menu --> About this Mac --> More Info button. It will bring up System Profiler in a window.

Select "Software" way down on the left. Info will show up at the right. You'll see the build # on the right, to the right-side of "10.5.1".

On my MacBook Pro, the build # is 9B18, which is the original 10.5.1 build.

I want to know if the Mac Pro has the same build #, or requires a more recent one. (Why? I want to know if I can do a straight clone of my laptop's hard drive when my Mac Pro arrives, as this is a lot faster than using migration assistant or installing everything from scratch).
post #43 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by buddha View Post

He's lying. No way a dual 3GHz could get anywhere near that.. or even half of that. I would think his shading score would be higher with his 8800 also.

Look more closely. The name of the machine is "Superclock", that should indicate something... it's running at 4.7GHz. Probably liquid-nitrogen cooled.
post #44 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Carlitofraaa View Post

MHz : 4700

That's where the true clock speed is shown.
post #45 of 62
Processor : xeon 3.2
MHz :
Number of CPUs : 8
Operating System : OS X 32 BIT 10.5.4

Graphics Card : NVIDIA Quadro FX 5600 OpenGL Engine
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 3687 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 20507 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 5.56

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 6628 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
cant wait to test in r11
post #46 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by buddha View Post

He's lying. No way a dual 3GHz could get anywhere near that.. or even half of that. I would think his shading score would be higher with his 8800 also.

Its faaakkkeeee! you'd be hard pushed to score even 10,000 on the multiple render even with a 5GHZ Core 2

however the next version of cinebench might be about to be released as Cinema 4d has just been updated to R11 - and one thing it boasts is over 2x the rendering speed - so if the benchmark scene and scoring method stays the same, those might be the actual benchmarks of the new cinebench.
post #47 of 62
Thread Starter 
Can someone with a new Penryn MBP post your results. I'd like to see how my Rev b MBP (2.16 C2D) machine compares.

Thanks.
post #48 of 62
I know it's only a MacBook, but what the hell:

MacBook 2.4 GHz with 4 GB RAM

Processor: Intel Core2Duo Penryn
Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Number of CPUs: 2
Operating System: 10.5.4 32-bit

Graphics Card: Intel GMA X3100 Open GL Engine
Resolution: 1280x800
Colour Depth: Millions


Rendering Single CPU: 2718 CB-CPU
Rendering Multiple CPU: 4989 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speed Up: 1.84

Shading OpenGL Standard: 1927 CB-GFX


I'm quite impressed with the CPU of the MacBook, seems pretty fast for a white toy, compared to the iMac 2GHz C2D model I have bought last year.
post #49 of 62
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by spinnerlys View Post

I know it's only a MacBook, but what the hell:

MacBook 2.4 GHz with 4 GB RAM

Processor: Intel Core2Duo Penryn
Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Number of CPUs: 2
Operating System: 10.5.4 32-bit

Graphics Card: Intel GMA X3100 Open GL Engine
Resolution: 1280x800
Colour Depth: Millions


Rendering Single CPU: 2718 CB-CPU
Rendering Multiple CPU: 4989 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speed Up: 1.84

Shading OpenGL Standard: 1927 CB-GFX


I'm quite impressed with the CPU of the MacBook, seems pretty fast for a white toy, compared to the iMac 2GHz C2D model I have bought last year.

Thanks.

Seems like my MBP is still pretty fast compared to the Penryns.

Wonder how my MBP with the ATI card will compare to the MBP with the Nvidia card. Seems like I've read that those cards aren't that great.
post #50 of 62
This is from my first gen (ordered the day of the Keynote) MacBook Pro 2.0ghz with 1.5GB of RAM.

CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **
Processor : Intel Core Duo
MHz : 2000
Number of CPUs : 2
Operating System : OS X 32 BIT 10.5.4

Graphics Card : ATI Radeon X1600 OpenGL Engine
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>a

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 1957 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 3496 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.79

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 2783 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #51 of 62
Machine is a freshly acquired Mac Pro 8 core (2008 model) 2.8GHz with 8GB OWC RAM and ATI 2600 video.

Planning on getting ATI 3870 video card and will post those results. Want to stay away from nVidia since they score low on Core Image based software.

CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester :

Processor : Xeon 5400 2.8 x 4
MHz : 2.8
Number of CPUs : 8
Operating System : OS X 32 BIT 10.5.5

Graphics Card : ATI Radeon HD 2600 OpenGL Engine
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 3235 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 18842 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 5.82

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 6074 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #52 of 62
Thread Starter 
Will someone with a new MB download Cinebench and run it.

I'm curious what scores the new MBs and MBPs put up. The MB feels much faster than its predecessor.
post #53 of 62
Just got it from work to fiddle around with it: MacBook 2.4GHz new model October 2008:

Processor: Unknown
Frequency: (2.4 GHz)
Number of CPUs: 2
Operating System: OS X 32 BIT 10.5.5

Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M OpenGL Engine
Resolution: 1280x800
Colour Depth: Millions

Rendering Single CPU: 2598 CB-CPU
Rendering Multiple CPU: 5129 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speed Up: 1.97

Shading OpenGL Standard: 4106 CB-GFX


So compared CPU-wise not a big difference except the dual-core efficiency seems to be higher. The GPU is about 2 times as fast in this test, which is quite nice !
post #54 of 62
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Phuncz View Post

Just got it from work to fiddle around with it: MacBook 2.4GHz new model October 2008:

Processor: Unknown
Frequency: (2.4 GHz)
Number of CPUs: 2
Operating System: OS X 32 BIT 10.5.5

Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M OpenGL Engine
Resolution: 1280x800
Colour Depth: Millions

Rendering Single CPU: 2598 CB-CPU
Rendering Multiple CPU: 5129 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speed Up: 1.97

Shading OpenGL Standard: 4106 CB-GFX


So compared CPU-wise not a big difference except the dual-core efficiency seems to be higher. The GPU is about 2 times as fast in this test, which is quite nice !

Actually your single CPU score is a hair lower than Spinnerlys and he had the last gen MB at 2.4 gz. I would have thought that it would be the other way around.

Still as you mention your Open Gl score is quite high. Its higher than the OpenGL score I got on my Rev B MBP with the ATI x1600 gpu.

I'm impressed.
post #55 of 62
Here's my run for comparason.

C2Q Q9550 @ 3.61Ghz
425Mhz FSB (1700FSB effective)
4GB DDR2-800 @ 850Mhz 5-5-5-15 2T
Vista Ultimate X64 SP1
ATI HD4870 @ 800Mhz GPU clock & 1120Mhz Memory clock


CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester : Dredd

Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9550 @ 2.83GHz
MHz : 3612
Number of CPUs : 4
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.0.6001

Graphics Card : ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series
Resolution : 1280x1024
Color Depth : 32bit

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 4431 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 15133 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 3.42

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 7344 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #56 of 62
Here is my MBP 2.5 with updated firmware, not sure if that matters.

--
Model NametMacBook Pro
Model IdentifiertMacBookPro5,1
Processor NametIntel Core 2 Duo
Processor Speedt2.53 GHz
Number Of Processorst1
Total Number Of Corest2
L2 Cachet6 MB
Memoryt4 GB
Bus Speedt1.07 GHz
Boot ROM VersiontMBP51.0074.B01
SMC Versiont1.33f8
--

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 2824 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 5535 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.96

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 5161 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #57 of 62
This was tested in Windows 7 Beta version 7057
_______________________________________
Model NametMac Pro
Processor NametIntel Xeon
Processor Speedt2.8 GHz
Number Of Processorst2
Total Number Of Corest8
L2 Cachet24 MB
Memoryt6 GB
Bus Speed: 1600 Mhz
--

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 3400
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 21321

Multiprocessor Speedup: 6.27x

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 2617 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #58 of 62
CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester :

Processor : Intel Core i7 920
MHz : 4200
Number of CPUs : 8
Operating System : OS X 32 BIT 10.5.7

Graphics Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 OpenGL Engine
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 5252 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 22471 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 4.28

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 8748 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #59 of 62
Guys, how is this? good or bad?


CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester :

Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz
MHz :
Number of CPUs : 8
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.0.6002

Graphics Card : ATI Radeon HD 4850 Series
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 3569 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 15203 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 4.26

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 5542 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #60 of 62
CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester :

Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67 GHz

Number of CPUs : 8
Operating System : WINDOWS 32 BIT 5.1.2600

Graphics Card : GeForce 8800 GT/PCI/SSE2
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 5553 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 23398 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 4.28

Shading (OpenGL Standard) :


************************************************** **


I don't know why it doesn't list the OC speed, but it's at 4.2Ghz. Using a Dark Knight cooler, crucial mem. Total build cost roughly $750. I can only wonder what one with dual physical would get. Probably 45,000? and cost about $1150. But this is fine for me. Also 100% rock solid/stable. Intel is just awesome.
post #61 of 62
CINEBENCH R10
************************************************** **

Tester :

Processor :
MHz :
Number of CPUs : 2
Operating System : OS X 32 BIT 10.5.7

Graphics Card : NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT OpenGL Engine
Resolution : <fill this out>
Color Depth : <fill this out>

************************************************** **

Rendering (Single CPU): 3028 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 5771 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.91

Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 5064 CB-GFX


************************************************** **
post #62 of 62
help please !!!
need tests for workstation laptop
:-(
with Core 2 Extreme X9100 (3.06 GHz, 6MB L2, 1066 MHz FSB) and NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M 1GB or 3700
or similar
please
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