Geekbench 4.1.0 | MacOSX | 91 MB
Geekbench 4 measures your system's power and tells you whether your computer is ready to roar. How strong is your mobile device or desktop computer? How will it perform when push comes to crunch? These are the questions that Geekbench can answer.
Each CPU workload models a real-world task or application, ensuring meaningful results. These tests are complex, avoiding simple problems with straightforward memory-access patterns, and push the limits of your system.
Measure the compute performance of your GPU with the new Compute Benchmark. From image processing to computer vision to number crunching, Geekbench 4 tests your GPU using relevant and complex challenges.
Designed from the ground-up for cross-platform comparisons, Geekbench 4 allows you to compare system performance across devices, processor architectures, and operating systems. Geekbench 4 supports Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and Linux.
The use of comprehensive rests designed to replicate various scenarios from real-world situations allow you to easily determine the speed with which your current or next machine is able to handle various tasks and applications.
What is more, Geekbench provides a series of stress test that can test the stability of your system and reveal small or even big problems with your computer. On top of that, all featured tests are multi-core aware.
Consequently, you can discover the true potential of the system you are testing whether you are running Geekbench on a dual-core MacBook or a 12-core Mac Pro. In addition, Geekbench offers both 32-bit and 64-bit benchmarks.
Furthermore, Geekbench is cross-platform, fact that allows you to compare a wide variety of devices regardless of their manufacturer and operating system. Hence, you can compare Macs with PCs or iOS devices with Android devices.
Clean and intuitive interface
From Geekbench’s main window you can easily view information about your Mac’s model, processor, memory and operating system. You also have the option to choose between the 32-bit and 64-bit benchmarks.
Once the test is complete, a result page is automatically opened in your default web browser. From this page you can view your Single-Core along with the Multi-Core score and analyze the results. You can compare your results with other similar systems or share them with other users via the Geekbench Browser.
What's New in Version 4.1.0:
-Improve support for Ryzen processors.
-Fix memory leaks in OpenCL workloads
-Fix a crash that could occur on Skylake-E processors
-Fix crashes that could occur when running Compute Benchmarks on low-end GPUs.
CPU Workload Changes:
-Build Geekbench for Linux with Clang 3.9.
-Build Geekbench for Android with Android NDK 13b.
-Build Geekbench for iOS, macOS with Xcode 8.2.
-Enabled AArch32 cryptography instructions in Android ARMv7 build.
-Change Memory Latency workload to avoid cache hits on Cortex A72, A73.
-Report Memory Latency workload performance in nanoseconds.
-Add AVX512 implementations to FFT, GEMM workloads.
-Disable SQLite cache statistics to improve multi-core scalability.
-Disable LLVM runtime assertations to improve multi-core scalability.
-Users can expect a 2% increase in single-core scores, and at least a 5% increase in multi-core scores. Note that the multi-core score increase depends on the number of processor cores – systems
-with more cores will see a larger increase in the multi-core score.
Compute Workload Changes:
-Consolidate optimization code for CUDA, Metal, and OpenCL workloads.
-Convert Histogram Equalization, Sobel to use RenderScript intrinsics.
- OS X 10.11.4 or later
- 2GB of RAM
- Intel Core 2 Duo or later