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  1. NB 4.0 - CPU Score is 0

    I've noticed here that the only machine working is running macOS 10.13.0. Could be involved?
  2. NB 4.0 - CPU Score is 0

    If I run from terminal /Applications/ I get: Illegal instruction: 4 running with: lldb ./nbcomputetest * thread #1, queue = '', stop reason = EXC_BAD_INSTRUCTION (code=EXC_I386_INVOP, subcode=0x0) frame #0: 0x00007fffa3ba3f6a libsystem_secinit.dylib`_libsecinit_setup_secinitd_client + 1268 libsystem_secinit.dylib`_libsecinit_setup_secinitd_client: -> 0x7fffa3ba3f6a <+1268>: ud2 0x7fffa3ba3f6c <+1270>: testq %rax, %rax 0x7fffa3ba3f6f <+1273>: movq %rax, %rbx 0x7fffa3ba3f72 <+1276>: jne 0x7fffa3ba3f9b ; <+1317> Hope could be useful
  3. NB 4.0 - CPU Score is 0

    Available if u need: CPU 0 - OpenCL 0 I've noticed that at the start I've this error in console log: Detected missing constraints for <private>. It cannot be placed because there are not enough constraints to fully define the size and origin. Add the missing constraints, or set translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints=YES and constraints will be generated for you. If this view is laid out manually on macOS 10.12 and later, you may choose to not call [super layout] from your override. Set a breakpoint on DETECTED_MISSING_CONSTRAINTS to debug. This error will only be logged once. and if I run only the CPU test those error lines occurs: