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Geekbench result

What is Geekbench?

Geekbench is a benchmark that measures the performance of processors across different platforms: macOS, Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS. The Geekbench assessment simulates real-life usage scenarios, resulting in scores that differentiate single-core and multi-core performance.

Developed and managed by Canadian software performance company Primate Labs, Geekbench has had different versions. Its current version, Geekbench 4, also evaluates GPU performance for processors with integrated graphics cards. Geekbench 4's baseline score of 4,000 represents the performance results of the Intel Core i7-6600U CPU at 2.60 GHz. Higher ratings indicate better performance.

Users utilize the Geekbench tool to measure their CPUs and then upload the results to the Geekbench Browser. Versus displays the performance score for every CPU with a public Geekbench result, and this is one of the factors that help our users decide when looking for a CPU to purchase.

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