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QOTW: What do you score in Cinebench Release 23?

by Parm Mann on 12 March 2021, 16:31

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We do our fair share of testing here at HEXUS HQ and in our experience few benchmarks are as consistently reliable as Maxon's Cinebench.

The cross-platform test is a popular examination of a CPU's rendering credentials and can be used to compare both single- and multi-core performance. Better yet, it's free to download, runs offline, and takes but a couple of clicks.

Want to know how your PC stacks up to others? Download the latest release, Cinebench R23, from the Microsoft Store, Apple App Store or direct from Maxon and give it a go. Note: you may want to disable the minimum test duration to help speed things along. You can do so by clicking File, Advanced Benchmark and selecting Off from the subsequent dropdown menu.

I'll get the ball rolling with my Intel Core i7-8700K desktop, which manages 7,781 points in the multi-core test and 1,144 points in single-core. Over to you, and don't forget to tell us which chip you've used to achieve your scores.

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Single core: 1596
Multi core: 15832

Cpu: 5800x
Ram: 3600mhz CL16
Motherboard: Asus Strix B550-E Gaming
No standalone versions?
8349 here - Ryzen 7 2700. Not bad for a 65 w cpu
No standalone versions?

Yes, from Maxon
Core i9-9900k @ a lowly 10208