Following Apple’s shipments of the first 1.3GHz versions of the 12″ MacBook this week, benchmarks have started to appear online for the new Intel Core M-5Y71 machine. Geekbench 3 shows the following results for each model, which vary based on the testing mode (32/64-bit) and number of processor cores used (single or multiple cores).
- 32-Bit: Single-Core Average 2212, Multi-Core Average 4070
- 64-Bit: Single-Core Average 2428, Multi-Core Average 4592
- 32-Bit: Single-Core Average 2348, Multi-Core Average 4603
- 64-Bit: Single-Core Average 2579, Multi-Core Average 5185
- 32-Bit: Single-Core Average 2387, Multi-Core Average 4673
- 64-Bit: Single-Core Average 2816, Multi-Core Average 5596
The 1.3GHz MacBook’s 64-Bit scores represent 16%-22% improvements over the 1.1GHz model, and 8%-9% gains over the 1.2GHz model. On April 27, we updated the 32-Bit scores now that additional benchmarks have been posted; they show smaller gains over the lower-speed models. More details are below…