Some new benchmarks for Apple’s 12 core Mac Pro have been released this week, revealing a little bit more about the power and performance you can expect from the new Apple Mac Pro 2013 edition system.
Unfortunately the Apple 12-Core Mac Pro 2013 has yet to be launched by Apple but will hopefully be arriving in Apple stores very soon, but now 12-core Mac Pro benchmarks run on Geekbench 3 have surfaced.
Three sets of Geekbench results have been unveiled which are thought to be legitimate, revealing both 32-bit mode and a third in 64-bit mode. Averages for the two 32-bit runs (1, 2) yield scores of 2909 for single-core testing and 29721 for multi-core testing, fairly close to Poole’s predictions based on results from Windows machines running the same chip, explains Mac Rumours.
The third Geekbench result for Apple 12-Core Mac Pro uses the 64-bit version of the testing suite, which yields scores roughly 10-11% higher than their 32-bit counterparts for both single-core and multi-core testing check out the results below:
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet for the Apple 12-Core Mac Pro 2013 system, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
Source: Mac Rumours