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Benchmarking software for OS X and XP


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Hey guys, is there any benchmarking software that's for both PC and MAC? I want to see how my powerbook compares to my dell but can't find anything that's avail on both to make it a fair comparisson?
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Nope nothing...They are on different architectures so none of the tests can run on both platforms

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So how can I get an idea of how much faster my powerbook is compared to my dell with XP? Because with all the animations in XP I find it hard to tell which opens windows and stuff faster, XP seems much quicker to me on my P4 1.13ghz than os x on my 1.33ghz powerbook
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