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    Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    A big update on the Cinebench R15 release, modernised to make use of latest hardware.
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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Done my test this morning. Takes a lot longer than R15!

    I'm not happy about the reliance on using the MS Store, mind you. That store is terrible. At least allow us a choice if you're going to choose something so utterly crap at its one function.


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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Did a test as I wrote the article.


    My desktop PC score: 1499cb (Intel Core i7-4790T) - I didn't shut down any background tasks (Firefox, PhotoShop, Skype, Word etc). My laptop is probably faster (my other car is a Ferrariā€¦ )

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    its very consistent
    My Ryzen 1700X scores within 10 points of the suggested score for that CPU.
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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    TPU have made a portable version available for those who want to avoid the MS store - https://www.techpowerup.com/download/maxon-cinebench/

    I'll have to run this after work...

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    1700@3.9 got 3908 .. hmmm
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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    4061 from the i7-7820X in my work machine.

    No OC as it is a Dell workstation.

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Decided to give it a whirl on my girlfriend's machine.

    AMD Ryzen 7 - 2700X. MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC. 32GB (4x 8GB) HyperX DDR4 @ 3200MHz. Zotac RTX 2070.

    Everything running at stock speeds.


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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Hate to think how many hours of accumulated time i've wasted of my life running this thing over the years..

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    4223 for my twin E5-2670 system

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Really? Do they not consider you might just want to download an exe without installing it?

    You can get it off guru3D without having to use MS cack store. https://www.guru3d.com/files-details...cinebench.html

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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    Ryzen 7 2700 @ 4.0, 416/4113


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    Re: Cinebench R20 benchmark released for PC and Mac

    976 for my old 3570k , it's approaching for an upgrade.

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