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NB 4.0 - CPU Score is 0

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On 6/9/2017 at 5:20 AM, Paolo G. said:

Same problem here only with three of my five Mac's

Mac Pro Server 3.33 6-Core - Problem 0 CPU
MacBook Pro Retina 15" 2012  - Problem 0 CPU
MacMini Server i7 Quadcore - Problem 0 CPU

MacBook Pro Retina 15" 2015 - No Problem
iMac 5K Retina 2015 - No Problem

 

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I've noticed here that the only machine working is running macOS 10.13.0.

Could be involved?

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MacBook Air 13", mid 2013, OSX 10.13 - Intel Core i5 - CPU score OK
MacBook Pro 15",  mid 2012, OSX 10.13.1 - Intel Core i7 - No CPU score
iMac 27", mid 2011, OSX 10.13.1 - Intel Core i5 - No CPU score

So the culprit is most likely the 10.13.1 update.... or is it?

Ran the 10.13.1 update on the Air, and it still gets a CPU score.

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My test results show a CPU score of 0 and a ram speed of 0 MG/s with a score of 177 for that test GPU reports 227 Metel 3D : 19FPS

I have a mid 2012 MacBook Pro running OS 10.13.2 (High Sierra) It has an Intel Core i7-3615QM at 2.3GHZ And an Intel HD Graphics 4000    

It is configured with a 512G SSD and 16 GBs of Ram

Hope this helps.......

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I understand that this is a long standing problem that hasn't been fixed. I understand that you can't replicate this problem on your computer's. However, I is there anyway you can re-release an older version for Mac so that we can use it? I'm in the process of upgrading my computer and want to do a pre test and and post test to see what kind of gain's I receive.

I have tried everything to get this to work on the computer I'm upgrading with no luck!

I also purchased a brand new 15" I7 MacBook Pro and the new Version of Novabench works great on it. I'm running the same OS and same version of Novabench on both Machines but it doesn't like my older computer.

I would love just an old version of Novabench even if it was just to run these two tests and the delete them forever.....

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I cannot import   my old test results  either so disappointing this used to be a  great bench marking   utility guess ill move on to something else!

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It's January 9, 2018. Do I have to purchase the Pro version to get CPU results? I'm running dual six-core X5690's on my 4,1 to 4,1 Mac Pro Tower running High Sierra 10.13.2. Thank you for creating this benchmarking software.

 

Also, I can not upload my test results to your website for some reason.

 

Mark

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1/12
This is paid/pro version:
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Against this machine:
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It has a 4TB internal after market Aura SSD from Other World Computing.

 

Just to give more data.

 

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So even the PRO version does not seem to work neither according to previous post.

The bug is there for months now.

Getting the same (zero) result on a Mac Pro Late 2013 running MacOS HIGH Sierra.

Can we get a fix please?

I am also interested in testing the PRO version if you want a "beta" :)

Thanks,

MACPRO_2013.nbr

Edited by Didiko

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experiencing  the cpu=0 still. any fix for this error? running high sierra on 2009 mac pro with 2010 firmware so 5,1. planning to upgrade to 6-core. would really like an accurate benchmark before proceeding.  is there an older version of novabench that would work? 

 

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