Cinebench R20 Is Available on the Microsoft Store and Apple Store

cageymaru

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Cinebench R20 is the latest CPU benchmark from Maxon and it is available for download from the Microsoft Store and Apple Store. Maxon has provided instructions for its use as many features of the program have been modernized to incorporate the latest advances of today's hardware and to reflect the capabilities of Cinema 4D. The new Cinebench R20 benchmark uses four times as much memory as Cinebench R15, requires 8x the computational power, and still retains the single core test option. This means the results of testing performed with Cinebench R15 aren't comparable to Cinebench R20 runs.

Users can manually define a custom number of up to 256 render threads, even if your machine does not have that many cores. Cinebench R20 and Cinema 4D R20 incorporate the latest rendering architectures, including integration of Intel's Embree raytracing technology and advanced features on modern CPUs from AMD and Intel that allow users to render the same scene on the same hardware twice as fast as previously. No GPU support has been added to the benchmark.

Anyone who needs to evaluate hardware performance should add Maxon Cinebench to their testing arsenal. System administrators can use Cinebench to help make purchase decisions, journalists can use the results in reviewing hardware, hardware manufacturers can utilize the feedback in optimizing their latest products. Any computer owner can evaluate their individual system. Unlike abstract benchmarks, which only test specific functions of CPUs, Cinebench offers a real-world benchmark that incorporates a user's common tasks within Cinema 4D to measure a system's performance. Improvements to Cinebench Release 20 reflect the overall advancements to CPU and rendering technology in recent years, providing a more accurate measurement of Cinema 4D's ability to take advantage of multiple CPU cores and modern processor features available to the average user.
 

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I gave it a try. Been using my pc all day, didn't bother stopping processes or anything. The regular run was pretty quick, single core took a good while. 8700k @ 5.1ghz (-2 avx offset so 4.9ghz for this test) w/ 32gb @ 3200mhz & cl14. 3,729 multi, 506 single, 7.38x MP ratio.
 

Gideon

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3689 multi is what I got with my 1700X at 3.9 and 32 gigs of ram at 3200 speeds. Not a clue if that is good or garbage tho.
 

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8039 on a 7960x @ 4GHz. According to the built-in result database a stock 1950x scores 6670. Be interesting to see a 24 core or 32 core Threadripper result.
 

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chaos4u

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Funny thing is :
Supported Systems
PC
Windows 7 SP1 64-bit or higher
Intel or AMD 64-bit CPU
with SSE3 & 4GB RAM


maybe we will get a stand alone with out the need of windows 10 hijinks, some time the next few weeks.

any way heres my result 7170

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4726 with an i9 9900k @5.0 across all cores. 3200 RAM. Will test with higher frequencies and more voltage over the next 24 hours, as we're in for some cooler than normal weather lol
 

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Anyone have a standalone download. I don't do "Windows Store".

EDIT: Open spoiler to get standalone version.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...r20-benchmark-anandtech.827876/#post-10876094
Full credit and many thanks go to Ultra Male on NotebookReview.com for this.

EDIT2: I get 4101 on my 2700X w/PBO and 3200MHz RAM (see sig for full system).

Thank goodness.
What is this Windows Store BS

Edit-

3310 on my stock 8700K with 3200Mhz RAM
 

thecold

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intel xeon 1505mv6 (3.6 all core boost) 1941 (Lenovo p51)
Intel 7820x @ 4.6 4700
Intel 7740x @ 4.5 (stock) 2367
 

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Phenom II X4 975 BE @ (stock) 3.6GHz - 762 4.0GHz - 894 slooooooow.

That old server is still faster than a i5-5300U though. :p
 

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Just for kicks (all stock) :
Celeron® G3900 : 142
Core™2 Duo E7400 : 155
Core™ i7-950 : 1014
Xeon® W3690 : 1450
Core™ i7-4770 : 1509
Core™ i7-980X : 1543
Xeon® E5-2670 : 2018
Xeon® E5-1650 v3 : 2425
Core™ i9-7900X : 5128

Interesting that the 2008 C2D beats the 2015 Skylake Celeron.
 

noko

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4110 with Ryzen 2700 OC at 4100, system in sig. Almost a point per megahertz.

I was hoping to see Pro-Render incorporated, would have been very interesting comparing CPUs and GPUs.
 

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Phenom II X4 975 BE @ (stock) 3.6GHz - 762 4.0GHz - 894 slooooooow.

That old server is still faster than a i5-5300U though. :p

lol was just wondering what my x4 940 that was running at 3.8Ghz would do, now i don't need to try it. :p


my r5 1600 scored 2474 @ 3.4Ghz ddr4 3000. probably could get it higher if i actually bothered to close everything that was running in the background. that couch though is pretty much 90% of the runtime so they could of just simplified it and made it a render of the entire couch instead of the entire room.
 

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It's too bad the default test doesn't include single thread, that's the score I'm most interested in. The vast majority of my work is waiting on a single threaded activity to complete, and I was hoping to find something that stomps my score.
 

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It's too bad the default test doesn't include single thread, that's the score I'm most interested in. The vast majority of my work is waiting on a single threaded activity to complete, and I was hoping to find something that stomps my score.
9900k @ 5.1 or 5.2 kills everything in single thread IPC.
 

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Under Preferences you can change how many threads you use to render. By default it will use your entire processor.
 

arnemetis

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Under Preferences you can change how many threads you use to render. By default it will use your entire processor.
Correct, and to add to this before the test click on file - advanced benchmark. This will do the multi, single, and mp ratio test.
 

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My score for Ryzen 2600X 16 GB 3200 mhz ram.
I also noticed when I opened up task manager the process priority was set to below normal.
I switched it to normal.
 

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CAD4466HK

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Thanks I appreciate the feedback. It's funny, I went from an old 8350 to this chip, it was both impressive and a let down at the same time. Here's my gf's pc with Ryzen 2600 @ stock, 16gb of 3200mhz cl14 ram:
View attachment 146318

Yeah AMD has come a long way in a short amount time, vs. Intel who has just been sitting back twiddling their thumbs and milking us for 5-10% per year.
Nice scores on her rig by the way.
 

arnemetis

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Decided to give the test a try without anything else running. Multi score went up 150 points, single only moved 1 point so within the margin of error. Screenshot for completeness:
Cinebench R20 8700k 5.1 3200mhz cl14.png
 

SmokeRngs

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Fear the score of my beastly Q6600@3.6: 741.

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I figured everyone could use a good laugh.
 
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2528 with a Xeon E5-1650 V2 @ 4.4ghz. Just did a rough overclock on the new CPU last night so there's room for improvement.
 

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2238 MT 462 ST 4790K at 4.8. Will try to push higher but I think I'm finally aging out with this CPU.
 
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