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Early Benchmarks for the New 12-inch MacBook

Early Benchmarks for the New 12-inch MacBook

Posted April 19, 2016 at 10:35pm by iClarified · 13072 views
Early benchmarks for the new 12-inch MacBook show about a 15% increase in performance, reports John Poole, founder of Primate Labs and Geekbench.

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...

How do you feel about Apple's MacBook update? Were you hoping for an additional port, Thunderbolt 3, a better camera, faster RAM? Let us know in the comments!

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Early Benchmarks for the New 12-inch MacBook

Early Benchmarks for the New 12-inch MacBook
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MOfdoshfwdsk - April 22, 2016 at 8:06am
As for CPU, Intel chip's year over year generally have a 20% gain on performance. This is to be expected. Keep in mind this is a 5W chip. I've noticed that even on a high end matchbook now (vs five years ago) you won't hear the fan as much, if at all, so here we have it! The age in which either we don't hear the fan or there is none. What's the difference? Well weight, sleekness, and the mobile experience. I hold my Macbook Pro and I'm like this think weights nothing, yet when I have my pack on my al over town, I'm like damn what is this think on my back? oh yeah! My backpack. Welcome to the future!
. - April 22, 2016 at 12:45pm
The difference is that the MacBook generates very little heat, 100% acoustic than the other MacBooks, and no fan means smaller logic board which achieves the thinness.
O - April 20, 2016 at 12:39pm
There is faster RAM.
M&M - April 19, 2016 at 11:29pm
I'm waiting foe thunderbolt and MacSafe and an additional USB-C would be nice as well....
Moo - April 19, 2016 at 11:18pm
Disappointing, was hoping for a bigger performance gain.
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