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  1. #196

    fluhartz's Avatar
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    May 14, 2008
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    Bexley, Ohio
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    15" MBP 2011, i7, 8gigs RAM, OS 10.11 iPhone 6s, ATV3
    I thought I would give this a try... It's not as great as others, but seems pretty good. I know I love this thing. It's my first Mac and I have had it for around five day.


  2. #197

    BrianLachoreVPI's Avatar
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    Feb 25, 2011
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    Maryland
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    3,733
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    March 2011 15" MBP 2.3GHz i7 Quad Core 8GB Ram | Mid 2011 27" iMac 3.4 GHz i7 16 GB RAM 2 TB HDD
    Quote Originally Posted by iggibar View Post
    Sorry, to be honest though, if I was knowledgeable about that, I wouldn't have asked, but would've given it anyways if I knew it could help. I'm sure it wouldn't be hard for the people that already submitted their info to also reply with their number that identifies what specific model/gen release it is. Might be a burden for you though I was asking because I'm looking for a used MacPro(urge), but can't really tell the difference between the different models available for sale, and the test results that I see on here and other lists...that's when it hit me that this info could be useful to know for others too. I'm not looking for the best, but also not the worst. A MacPro with a score around ~10k.
    Well - it'd be some legwork for me - which I can't get to for the next couple of weeks - I'm in the process of moving. I'm sure all the info can be extracted using mactracker.

  3. #198

    19birel's Avatar
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    Nov 02, 2011
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    Pennsylvania
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    233
    Specs:
    Late 2011 13" MBP 2.4 GHz i5 16gb RAM, Early 2008 Mac Pro 2.8Ghz 8-Core Xeon 6gb RAM OSX 10.9.x
    Wow, my current MacBook only scores 2550. This however is really encouraging for me as six years after it left the factory it can still barely do what I want/need it to do so the new Pro I'm getting this summer which should be somewhere around the 8.5K range will do everything I need for quite a while
    Past Macs: Power PC G4 996mhz, Power PC G5 quad-core, 2006 13" Macbook Intel Core Duo

  4. #199


    Member Since
    Jul 05, 2007
    Location
    Western Australia
    Posts
    72
    Specs:
    Mac Mini PowerPC G4 Mac OS X 10.5.8 120 GIG HDD Ethernet
    I wouldn't need to a score test to know how my Mac Mini PPC G4 stacks up to your Macs :p It's pretty ancient, runs decent and it gets it's physical usage! I do abuse it (with having loads of apps running at one time, Photoshop, Lightroom, Office 08 and Itunes) It does chug but by today's standards it's a dope compared to what you guys have. But I love it. Until it breaks down from excessive usages - I won't upgrade just yet. :p

  5. #200

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    Sep 22, 2010
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    1,426
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    Black MacBook 2.2GHz C2D, 4GB Ram - iMac G4 700MHz, 512MB Ram
    I hate this PC. My G5 ate it for breakfast as far as benchmarks go.
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    -Evan

  6. #201


    Member Since
    Dec 29, 2010
    Location
    Peoria, IL
    Posts
    390
    Specs:
    MacBook Pro 13" 2.4 Ghz Duo Core with 8GB of RAM and a 500GB 7200 rpm Hybrid Drive
    I received a 3390. I think that's pretty decent, right?

  7. #202

    Buzzard2010's Avatar
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    Oct 22, 2010
    Location
    Bretforton, Worcestershire
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    2,571
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    MacBook Pro 15" 2014, 2.2GHz i7, 16GB RAM, 250GB SSD, OSX 10.9.5 - iPhone 5s 16gb
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowDan View Post
    I wouldn't need to a score test to know how my Mac Mini PPC G4 stacks up to your Macs :p It's pretty ancient, runs decent and it gets it's physical usage! I do abuse it (with having loads of apps running at one time, Photoshop, Lightroom, Office 08 and Itunes) It does chug but by today's standards it's a dope compared to what you guys have. But I love it. Until it breaks down from excessive usages - I won't upgrade just yet. :p
    Can't fault you there, if it ain't broke then don't try to fix it, if what you have does what you want and you're happy with it then there's no point in spending a wad of money upgrading.

    - Simon

    If you have been helped, don't forget to use the Reputation system at the top right of their post.
    May 2011
    Nominated: March 2011 & April 2011

  8. #203

    fluhartz's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 14, 2008
    Location
    Bexley, Ohio
    Posts
    85
    Specs:
    15" MBP 2011, i7, 8gigs RAM, OS 10.11 iPhone 6s, ATV3
    I upgraded from 4 to 8 gigs of ram today, the geekbench points went up 184 over all. I am still adjusting to the Mac world, but it feels much quicker. I shouldn't have to update anything on this machine for quite some time now. Maybe an SSD, but I blew my wad purchasing this thing...I am EXTREMELY happy with my first Mac though....



  9. #204


    Member Since
    Feb 13, 2012
    Location
    central Illinois
    Posts
    5
    Specs:
    Mini 2.4ghz 8 gig ram lion
    Not bad
    3480 on a 2010 mac mini, 2.4 ghz, 8 mb ram, lion

  10. #205

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    Apr 08, 2005
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    472
    In 32 bit mode.

  11. #206

    MacDude121's Avatar
    Member Since
    Sep 22, 2010
    Posts
    1,426
    Specs:
    Black MacBook 2.2GHz C2D, 4GB Ram - iMac G4 700MHz, 512MB Ram
    Pretty good. I'm certainly happy with it.
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  12. #207


    Member Since
    Mar 05, 2012
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    157
    This is from my mid 2011 iMac.
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  13. #208


    Member Since
    Mar 23, 2012
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    12
    Here's my "mac", not that great but it is almost 4 years old.


  14. #209

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    Dec 23, 2009
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    Here's what my refurbed iMac i5 2.5GHz (Mid 2011 model) is capable of
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    Mid 2011 i5 2.5 GHz iMac 21.5"

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    Mar 05, 2012
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    157
    Out of curiosity what would an acceptable score be?

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