Poole tweeted out a 32-bit comparison of new vs old MacBook with the new MacBook scoring 2670 on the single core test versus 2303 for the previous generation. On the multi-core test the new MacBook scored 5252 versus 4621 for the older device.
A 64-bit test by Christina Warren reached a single-core score of 2894 and a multi-core score of 5845. Both tests were conducted on a 1.2 GHz model. Check out the screenshots below for more details...
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