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Geekbench bans Galaxy S22 for cheating in benchmark tests

March 7th, 2022

Popular benchmark app Geekbench confirmed it banned the Galaxy S22 series and other Samsung phones found to be cheating in benchmark apps. The action follows the discovery that a preloaded app on the Galaxy S22 and other phones can slow down the performance of about 10,000 apps. But the app throttling doesn’t impact benchmark apps …

Benchmarks confirm 1GB of RAM, no CPU speed boost in Apple’s new iPad

March 13th, 2012

Vietnamese blog Tinhte.vn managed to snag a new iPad ahead of the tablet’s March 16th release, and after posting an unboxing video, the website ran a Geekbench benchmark to test the device’s hardware. The test confirmed that Apple’s new tablet has 1GB of RAM and an ARMv7 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz, the same speed as …

MacBook Air benchmarks: stock vs. built-to-order

November 9th, 2010

Ever since Apple announced the new MacBook Air — and we found out there was a built-to-order option which upped not only the RAM but CPU — we figured it would be worth putting it head to head with the stock model to see performance differences. We have a 13-inch MacBook Air “stock” model with …

Unannounced MacBook Pro with Core i7 processor spotted at GeekBench

February 6th, 2010

An eagle-eyed forum member of MacRumors uncovered the benchmark results supposedly of an unreleased MacBook Pro with a Core i7 M 620 processor under the hood. The MacBook was listed with the not yet seen before model identifier of 6,1 and was running an unreleased build of Mac OS 10.6.2 ((Build 10C3067). The MacBook scored …