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    Typical GeekBench score

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    Typical GeekBench score
    Just sold my white macbook and upgraded to a 13" MBP 7,1 (2010 model). I ran a GB score of 3650. Does anyone know if that is on par?


    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: I'm asking because everydaymac has this model geekbench'ed at 3358

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    Typical GeekBench score
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    Specs:
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    Synthetic benchmarks don't really mean much if the machine runs fine for what you need. As long as you're happy, that's all that matters.
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    Typical GeekBench score

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    Again no idea what that Bench score means but as said above so long as your happy with the performance of your system then why worry.
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    Typical GeekBench score

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    My 2008 MacBook (-pro) scores 3350 running a 2.4 C2D CPU. Go to Geekbench and try find the 'similar model comparison'... or something like that. My specific model has 30-odd result submissions with scores ranging from 1500 - 4000.

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