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13 Jun, 2012 05:37 PM
Can you help me understand the 64-bit vs 32-bit test? So I have
a 64-bit operating system installed on my work laptop, so I wanted
to check out the GeekBench score randomly. However, try-out mode
only supports 32-bit tests so I ran that and got 9317.
How should I interpret this? If I'm running an application
that's built to support 32-bits, the computer will perform at a
9317 level. If I'm running a 64-bit application, would the computer
perform at a 18,634 level?
on 13 Jun, 2012 06:38 PM
Thanks for your message. You can find out how to interpret
Geekbench scores at the following page:
In order to find out how your system will perform with 64-bit
applications you must run the 64-bit benchmarks (it's not as simple
as doubling the 32-bit score).
Let me know if you have any other questions and I'd be happy to
on 17 Dec, 2015 12:43 PM
Is there any way to tell if the 32 bit test would yield higher or lower results? My dual core 2.8ghz AMD processor got a 2420 on the multi core scrore.
on 28 Jun, 2017 03:51 PM
I also would like to know the answer to this.
To decide if I want to buy the upgrade.
so, the terrible answer from John, does not help me or Jeff one bit.
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