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The first benchmarks of the new 12-inch MacBook: 20% increase in the processor is 90% faster SSD

No sooner had Apple to announce a new generation 12-inch MacBook in the Network appeared the test results of these computers in the benchmark Geekbench. This test, conducted by the Verge, evaluates the performance of the CPU and the system memory of the portable computers.

MacBook 2016 release equipped with 2-core processor Intel Core M sixth generation with a clock frequency of 1.3 GHz and Turbo Boost up to 3.1 GHz, and a faster 1866 MHz memory. In Apple noted that in the composition notebook includes performance graphics subsystem in the face 515 Intel HD Graphics, and faster flash drives.

According to the results of testing the 12-inch MacBook release 2016 with chip 1.2 GHz was shown in “single-core” test 2 894 points, and in multi – 5 845 points. To compare the performance of the previous generation – 2437 and 5049 points, respectively. Depending on the modification of productivity growth reaches 20%.

The excellent results show the new MacBook and on the part of the disk subsystem. In the test BlackMagic read speed of the flash drive has grown up to 90% and is 930 MB/s, write speed reaches up to 850 MB/s.

In a press release Apple says about the increased battery life MacBook to 10 hours. This was achieved not only through new processors the item has been added, but due to the new battery. The battery capacity of the laptop is 41.4 W·h against a 39.7 WH MacBook of the previous generation. Last worked without recharging for an hour less.

MacBook configuration with dual-Core Intel Core m3 with a clock frequency of 1.1 GHz, 8 GB memory stick 256 GB for sale at price from 106 990 rubles. The model in the configuration with dual-Core Intel Core m5 with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz, 8 GB memory stick 512 GB available for 129 990 rubles. Options build-to-order include the ability to install faster 4-core processor Intel Core m7 1.3 GHz Turbo Boost up to 3.1 GHz. The upgrade cost is $250.

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