Maxon has released Cinebench R20, a well-known CPU benchmark based on the Cinema4D engine.
Friedrichsdorf, Germany – March 5, 2019 – Maxon, the leading developer of professional 3D modeling, animation, and rendering solutions, today announced the availability of Cinebench Release 20 (Cinebench R20), a modernized version of its industry-standard, cross-platform tool to benchmark computer hardware capabilities. Cinebench R20 leverages the same powerful 3D engine in Cinema 4D Release 20 (Cinema 4D R20) to accurately evaluate CPU rendering performance capabilities across various systems and platforms. It is offered free-of-charge.
For over a decade, Cinebench has been the ‘go-to’ tool to evaluate hardware performance. Cinebench uses advanced algorithms to generate a three-dimensional scene on a computer. Cinebench scores are used by system administrators to help make purchase decisions, journalists to review hardware, hardware manufacturers to optimize their latest products, as well as computer owners to evaluate their individual system.
“Cinebench R20 reflects our engineering efforts to leverage the advancements to CPU and rendering technology in recent years,” said David McGavran, Maxon Chief Executive Officer. “The updated tests in Cinebench R20 deliver more accurate benchmarking measurements to reflect the performance of today’s CPUs in demanding rendering workloads.”
Cinebench R20 feature highlights
- Cinebench R20 uses a much larger and more complex test scene than R15 requiring about 8x the computational power needed to render it. The test also requires about 4x the memory.
- 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.
- Cinebench R20 provides improved benchmark accuracy for current and next generation CPUs to test if a machine runs stable on a high CPU load, if the cooling solution of a desktop or notebook is sufficient for longer running tasks to deliver the full potential of the CPU, and if a machine is able to handle demanding real-life 3D tasks.
UPDATE (2019.03.26): Maxon has finally decided to provide an official portable version of Cinebench R20 (source). Wise decision Maxon! The portable version can be downloaded directly from THIS LINK @ Maxon.
UPDATE (2019.03.11): the portable version is no longer available at TechPowerUp (nor at Guru3D). Why? Because the Maxon sent Legal Threats to PC Enthusiast Websites Hosting Portable Cinebench R20 Downloads. Maxon wants us to download the R20 from the kro$oft store. That triple-sucks!
You can download the portable version of Cinebench R20 from this page.
I tested this new version of Cinebench on the following systems:
– PC1: Intel Core i7 7700K + 32GB DDR4
– PC2: Intel Core i7 8700K + 16GB DDR4 (3000MHz)
– PC3: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 + 16GB DDR4 (3000MHz)
– Intel Core i7 7700K (default clock speeds): 2291 points
– Intel Core i7 8700K (default clock speeds): 3372 points
– AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (default clock speeds): 3063 points
Cinebench R20 fully utilizes all CPU cores!
25 thoughts on “(Tested) Cinebench R20 CPU Benchmark Released”
nice!! my test result: Ryzen 5 1600 stock + 8GBddr4 2666mhz
My i7 6700K @4.8Ghz and ram speed 2993MHz multi 2507 and single 496 points
My 8700K @5ghz (Z390-E), 32GB @3.2ghz, Multi=3492 Single=517.
My 8700K @5ghz (Z370), 16GB, Multi=3812 Single=514. mp ratio 7.39 x
My 9900K @5ghz (Z370 Apex), 16GB (3000mhz), Multi= 4968 Single=515
My 8700k @ 5ghz (z370), 16GB@3200CAS15, Multi=3826 Single=519 MP Ratio 7.37x
Update! Changed my ram to Trident Z 3600 CL15 and my Multi went up to 4014
My Overpowered OP-LP2 laptop, i7-8750H (6C/12T) @ 4.1 GHz, 16 GB DDR4-2666 MHz CL15 (2 x 8GB dual chan), CB R20 Score: Multi = 3134
My Ryzen 5 1600x (stock), 16 GB@2400/C15 = 2776 cb / 407 (Single Core) / MP Ratio 6,82x
My R5 1600x OC @4.05Ghz 16gb RAM @3000Mhz single = 403 / multi = 2906 / MP ratio = 7.21
register at microschrott for download wtf!!!?
My intel core i7-8700k, 16GB@2666 6c/12t 3.7ghz 3423
AMD RYZEN 2700X OC 4.35Ghz score 4313 with RAM GSKILL OC 16GB 3333Mhz
8700K 5.2Ghz CBr20 score 3864
I9-9900K with 32gb ram at 3000mhz score 5213
My Ryzen 7 1700 at 4ghz 1.45v And 16gb ddr4 3200mhz corsair rib pro Ax 370 gaming k5 SCORE 4002.
i7 9700K @ 5GHz single: 506 multi: 3928
ram 16 Gb 3600 17-20-20-28
Dual e5-2690 xeons (1st version), 4427
32 gb., 2 sockets, 8 cores per socket, 2 threads per core. Base clock 2.90GHz.
Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4.1Ghz, 16GB 3200Mhz ram
3128 cb Multi
my i9 9900k = 5014, single core = 505, mp ratio 9.91x
My i78700k 5.0ghz z370 m5 msi, single score=523, multi score 3889
2x Intel Xeon CPU E5-2690 v4 (28c/56t), 128gb ram kingston 2400mhz cl17, asus Z10PE-D16 WS – score 9049
i7 9700K (no OC):
CPU Multi: 3658
CPU Single: 496
MP Ratio: 7.38 x
MSI GP75 Leopard 9SE
Processor – i7-9750H
CPU Multi – 2819 pts
CPU Single – 453 pts
MP Ratio – 6.22 x
Good? or Bad?
My Ryzen 9 3900x 3000mhz trident z 16gb ram
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