Cinebench R20 lands without GPU test

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Maxon has released a new version of its processor benchmarking tool, Cinebench, named Cinebench R20. The new release is supposed to be more compatible with modern CPUs, but it also drops the GPU test from previous versions.


Cinebench works by rendering a complex 3D scene using only the CPU. According to Maxon, the new benchmark uses a much larger and more complex test scene than R15 requiring about 8 times the computational power needed to render it. In other words the new scores can't be compared.

The updated benchmark also offers improved accuracy in benchmarks. With Cinebench R20 you'll be able to understand if your CPU runs stable on a high load and if the cooling solution is sufficient for longer-running tasks.

More information about Cinebench R20 is available on Maxon's website. The benchmark is available at the Microsoft Store and Mac App Store. It's free to download. Cinebench R15 is perhaps one of the most well-known benchmarks for the CPU reviewers. It's easy, fast and an easy way to judge the performance of your new processor. During the last months we have tested more than 25 CPUs with Cinebench R15 and we'll move on the new tool quite soon.

Below you can find a couple of scores obtained with our Core i7-8086K at 4.8GHz and 5.0GHz.







Source: Cinebench R20

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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