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CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : il Carletto

Processor : Macpro

MHz : 2.66

Number of CPUs : 4

RAM . 2Gb

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Ati 1900XT

Resolution : 1920x1200

Color Depth : 32 bit

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Rendering (Single CPU): 440 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 1388 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 3.16

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 530 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 2000 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 4066 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 7.67

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Ecco qua il mio in attesa di compararlo con il mio futuro MacBook...... :)

Tester : Nimrandir

Processor : AMD 2500xp 768mb ram

MHz : 1.83

Number of CPUs : 1

Operating System : Windows XP SP2

Graphics Card : GeForce 2 mmx 400

Resolution : 1024 x 768

Color Depth : 32bit

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Rendering (Single CPU): 209 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): --- CB-CPU

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 248 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 848 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 984 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.98

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Questo è il mio nuovo missile...

CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : Blair

Processor : iMac 24" Ram 2GB

MHz : 2.33

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Nvidia 7600GT

Resolution : 1920x1200

Color Depth : 32 bit

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Rendering (Single CPU): 385 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 721 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.87

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 469 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1851 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 4308 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 9.19

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Tester : sylver

Processor : Macpro

MHz : 3.00

Number of CPUs : 4

RAM . 4Gb

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Ati 1900XT

Resolution : 1920x1200

Color Depth : 32 bit

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Rendering (Single CPU): 494 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 1603 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 3.25

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 590 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 2202 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 4401 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 7.46

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Ecco i risultati di un nuovissimo MacBook core2duo nero in configurazione standard:

CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : wad

Processor : MacBook core2duo "Black"

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : gma 950

Resolution : <fill this out>

Color Depth : <fill this out>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 331 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 597 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.81

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 408 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1421 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1490 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.65

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Commenti: nel rendering e in cinema 4d la differenza di clock con un "vecchio" coreduo 2.16Ghz del MBP è appianata, ma niente di stratosferico (si era già visto sugli imac, cmq). Nel 3d naturalmente le bastonate derivano dalla gma (l'opengl speed up è davvero scarsino). Tutto come previsto: macchina ottima con i suoi limiti...

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Allora...

Ecco i miei risultati aggiornati con il nuovo MacBook Core 2 Duo:

Devo dire che il MacBook è il modello intermedio così come lo configura Apple, ho fatto il test sia su Mac OS X che con Windows Xp per vedere come si comportano entrambi, e mi sono anche permesso di fare un grafico per il confronto, in cui ho incluso anche il mio iMac G5.

Qua il grafico per la CPU Posted Image

Qua il grafico per la GPU Posted Image

Ed ecco i risultati scritti:

CINEBENCH 9.5 MAC OS X

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Tester : quicksilver

Processor : Core 2 Duo

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : Mac OS X 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Intel GMA 950

Resolution : <1280x800>

Color Depth : <32bit>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 332 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 613 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.85

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 408 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1427 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1504 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.69

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CINEBENCH 9.5 Windows Xp

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Tester : quicksilver

Processor : Core 2 Duo

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : Windows Xp Pro sp2

Graphics Card : Intel GMA 950

Resolution : <1280x800>

Color Depth : <32bit>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 327 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 570 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.77

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 388 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1069 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1682 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 4.53

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CINEBENCH 9.5 iMac G5

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Tester : quicksilver

Processor : PowerPC 970FX (G5)

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 1

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Ati 9600 128MB RAM

Resolution : <1680x1050>

Color Depth : <32bit>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 274 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 274 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 0

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 289 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 937 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1993 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 7.00

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È curioso come le prestazioni OpenGL software siamo migliori del MacBook rispetto al G5 e che sempre il MacBook sotto OSX sia più veloce che con Windows sia nell'uso della CPU e delle prestazioni OpenGL software. Ma quando tutto il carico di lavoro viene affidato al chip grafico Windows riesce a performare meglio di OSX.

È quindi un problema di driver che per Mac OS X sono scritti peggio che per Windows

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Scusate, ghe capisi nient...

Come macchina per montaggio video" un iMac 20" C2D con scheda video da 256 è una discreta, buona o un' ottima macchina?

Secondo me è una buona/ottima macchina ;)

Considerando le prestazioni del mio MacBook (CoreDuo) discreta

Ed il mio MacPRO 2 DualCoreXEON (ottima) la macchina da te citata la collocherei tra queste due con qualche punticino verso il PRO ;)

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CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : Federico Berti

Processor : Macbook

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : Gma 950

Resolution : <fill this out>

Color Depth : <fill this out>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 308 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 576 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.87

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 355 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1258 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1292 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.64

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CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : ZU

Processor : Macbook Pro 2.16 C2D 1 GB RAM ( data costruzione ultima settimana novembre, comprato in USA)

MHz : 2.16

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : 10.4.8

Graphics Card : 128 MB

Resolution : 1440 900

Color Depth : <fill this out>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 357 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 674 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.89

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 437 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1654 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 3402 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 7.82

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Sinceramente sono contentissimo di questo apple-ino, va una meraviglia....

Sono anche contento di aver risparmiato 500 euro prendendo il modello base....sinceramente ero tentato dal top di gamma...ma ero sicuro che lo scarto prestazionale sarebbe stato davvero minimo...

...in ogni modo un giga in piu' di ram lo aggiungero' il prima possibile...

ciao forum...:D

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Allora qualcuno mi spiega perche se io eseguo i test benchmark togliendo la batteria dal mio mac book ,cioe collegato alla corrente ma estraendo la batteria, i bench risultano dimezzati?

ECCO l'ESEMPIO:

SENZA BATTERIA

CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : Fede Battery

Processor : Macbook

MHz : 2000

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : X 10.4.8

Graphics Card : GMA 950

Resolution : <fill this out>

Color Depth : <fill this out>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 155 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 291 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.88

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 184 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 666 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 720 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.92

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CON BATTERIA:

CINEBENCH 9.5

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Tester : Fede Con Battery

Processor : Macbook

MHz : 2000 Ram 2GB

Number of CPUs : 2

Operating System : X 10.4.8

Graphics Card : GMA 950

Resolution : <fill this out>

Color Depth : <fill this out>

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Rendering (Single CPU): 308 CB-CPU

Rendering (Multiple CPU): 576 CB-CPU

Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.87

Shading (CINEMA 4D) : 357 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Software Lighting) : 1288 CB-GFX

Shading (OpenGL Hardware Lighting) : 1299 CB-GFX

OpenGL Speedup: 3.64

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