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Old 05-03-19, 07:55 PM
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OC3D Cinebench R20 Benchmark Thread

Cinebench R20 has been released, making now the perfect time for a good benchmarking session.

The rules are simple, run Cinebench R20 and report your scores with a screenshot and details about your system. Let's see how all our systems compare!

We will split things into two sections, Single-Threaded and Multi-threaded. This time there is no GPU section of the benchmark to worry about, it's all CPU with R20.

Report your Results like shown below

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Score, CPU, CPU Clock Speed, Memory Speed (MHz), OS, Forum Name

Single-Threaded

316cb, Intel i7-5820K, Stock Clocks, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp

Multi-Threaded

2176cb, Intel i7-5820K, Stock Clocks, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp


Single-Threaded Charts

1. 543cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.2Ghz, 3400MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan
2. 536cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1GHz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan
3. 508cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5Ghz, 2800MHz DDR4, Windows 10, FTLN
4. 487cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz
5. 485cb, Intel 8700k @ 4.7GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Eddie long
6. 433cb, Threadripper 1920X, 4.2GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Kei
7. 428cb, Threadripper 1920X, 4.075GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Kei
8. 426cb, Intel i7-5820K, 4.49Ghz, 2666MHz DDR4, Windows 10, TheStoka
9. 422cb, Threadripper 1920X, Stock clocks ~ 4.15GHz PBR, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Arne Saknussemm
10. 397cb, Intel i7-6800K, 4GHz, 2400MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp
11. 394cb, AMD Ryzen 5 1600, 3.95, 3000MHz DDR4, Windows 10, RobM
12. 384cb, i7 4790K, Stock Clocks, 1866MHz DDR3, Windows 10, Wraith
13. 375cb, Ryzen 1700, 3.8Ghz, 3200Mhz DDR4, Windows 10, Kingnosser
14. 359cb, AMD Ryzen 5 1600, Stock Clocks, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, RobM
15. 351cb, AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, Stock, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Excalibur50
16. 316cb, Intel i7-5820K, Stock Clocks, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp
17. 246, 10/20 Broadwell E ES Xeon, 2.3ghz, 2133mhz DDR4 (8gb), Windows 10, AlienALX
18. 221cb, AMD FX-8320, 4375MHz, 1332MHz DDR3, Windows 10, tgrech
19. 201cb, Intel i5-2410M, Stock Clocks, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 7, looz
20. 185cb, AMD FX-8320, Stock Clocks, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 10, tgrech
21. 180cb, Xeon x5650, Stock, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 7, Kei
22. 185cb, Intel Pentium G620, Stock, 1066MHz DDR2, Windows 10, ET3D
22. 116cb, Core 2 Duo E6420, Stock, 800MHz DDR2, Windows 10, ET3D
23. 82cb, Atom x7-Z8750, Stock, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, ET3D
24. 49cb, AMD E-350, Stock, 1066MHz DDR3, Windows 10, ET3D



Multi-Threaded Charts

1. 10270cb, 7980XE, 4.4ghz, 3733mhz DDR4, Windows 10, Kaapstad
2. 6153cb, Threadripper 1920X, 4.1GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Kei
3. 6099cb, Threadripper 1920X, 4.1GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Arne Saknussemm
4. 6096cb, Threadripper 1920X, 4.075GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Kei
5. 5572cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.2Ghz, 3400MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan
6. 5440cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1GHz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan
7. 5283cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5Ghz, 2800MHz DDR4, Windows 10, FTLN
8. 3822cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz
9. 3661cb, Intel 8700k @ 4.7GHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Eddie long
10. 3531cb, Ryzen 1700, 3.8Ghz, 3200Mhz DDR4, Windows 10, Kingnosser
11. 3326cb, AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, Stock, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Excalibur50
12. 3136cb, Intel i7-5820K, 4.49Ghz, 2666MHz DDR4, Windows 10, TheStoka
13. 3075, 10/20 Broadwell E ES Xeon, 2.3ghz, 2133mhz DDR4 (8gb), Windows 10, AlienALX
14. 2955cb, AMD Ryzen 5 1600, 3.95ghz, 3000MHz DDR4, Windows 10, RobM
15. 2837cb, Intel i7-6800K, 4GHz, 2400MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp
16. 2813cb, Xeon x5650, Stock, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 7, Kei
17. 2536cb, AMD Ryzen 5 1600, Stock Clocks, 3000MHz DDR4, Windows 10, RobM
18. 2176cb, Intel i7-5820K, Stock Clocks, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Wyp
19. 1861cb, i7 4790K, Stock Clocks, 1866MHz DDR3, Windows 10, Wraith
20. 1407cb, AMD FX-8320, 4375MHz, 1332MHz DDR3, Windows 10, tgrech
21. 1173cb, AMD FX-8320, Stock Clocks, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 10, tgrech
22. 444cb, Intel i5-2410M, Stock Clocks, 1333MHz DDR3, Windows 7, looz
23. 356cb, Intel Pentium G620, Stock, 1066MHz DDR2, Windows 10, ET3D
24. 289cb, Atom x7-Z8750, Stock, 2133MHz DDR4, Windows 10, ET3D
25. 219cb, Core 2 Duo E6420, Stock, 800MHz DDR2, Windows 10, ET3D
26. 91cb, AMD E-350, Stock, 1066MHz DDR3, Windows 10, ET3D

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Old 05-03-19, 10:58 PM
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Single-Threaded

535cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1Ghz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan

Multi-Threaded

5423cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1Ghz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan

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Old 06-03-19, 06:24 AM
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Something wrong with this. Well, maybe there's something wrong with my PC.

Firstly my CPU is boosting to 2.3ghz, not 2.4ghz on all 14 cores (as it should) and secondly when running the single core benchmark my CPU is all over the place, ranging from 3.3ghz down to 1.1.

I'm also disappointed with the score, as it should be a bit better than it is but WCYD? At the end of the day I suspect that either the Spectre/Meltdown patches have nerfed my CPU (I would be more leaning toward that) or running different speed RAM is causing an issue, as I can't seem to baseclock my board at all now, nor enable OC Genie.

Either way it is what it is, no point crying over it.



Single Threaded - 236
Multi Threaded - 3937

Edit. I should have the same/faster score than Mark. Doesn't make any sense at all. Single core boost is off.
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Old 06-03-19, 07:05 AM
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Pretty lousy OC all things considered:

Single-Threaded

487cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz

Multi-Threaded

3822cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz


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Old 06-03-19, 08:51 AM
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I will update the list in a bit, but I believe that the new CInebench uses AVX instructions, so boost clocks wouldn't be as high. AVX is a huge power hog, but it is one of the ways that the newer versions of Cinema 4D runs faster than its predecessor.
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I will update the list in a bit, but I believe that the new CInebench uses AVX instructions, so boost clocks wouldn't be as high. AVX is a huge power hog, but it is one of the ways that the newer versions of Cinema 4D runs faster than its predecessor.
This is true but does not explain the chasm between a stock 5820k and my CPU in single thread score given my single core boost is supposed to be 3.1 ghz around dead even.

I'm also pretty certain it should not be throttling at 1.1ghz on single core. Heck, it runs them all at 2.3 under load ffs.

I'm wondering if it's the Windows Store somehow? Gawd knows. Way to alienate your users though.
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You can download a portable version of it via TechPowerUp or Guru3D, if going through Windows Store bothers you.
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Something wrong with this. Well, maybe there's something wrong with my PC.

Firstly my CPU is boosting to 2.3ghz, not 2.4ghz on all 14 cores (as it should) and secondly when running the single core benchmark my CPU is all over the place, ranging from 3.3ghz down to 1.1.

I'm also disappointed with the score, as it should be a bit better than it is but WCYD? At the end of the day I suspect that either the Spectre/Meltdown patches have nerfed my CPU (I would be more leaning toward that) or running different speed RAM is causing an issue, as I can't seem to baseclock my board at all now, nor enable OC Genie.

Either way it is what it is, no point crying over it.



Single Threaded - 236
Multi Threaded - 3937

Edit. I should have the same/faster score than Mark. Doesn't make any sense at all. Single core boost is off.
Please use the same format as the other posters when listing your results. For example, I do not know your memory speed etc.

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Pretty lousy OC all things considered:

Single-Threaded

487cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz

Multi-Threaded

3822cb, Intel i7-8700K, 4800MHz, 3200MHz DDR4, Windows 10, looz


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Still miles ahead of my PC, though it is my office system. Will need to try the 1700X later to get some AMD in here.

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This is true but does not explain the chasm between a stock 5820k and my CPU in single thread score given my single core boost is supposed to be 3.1 ghz around dead even.

I'm also pretty certain it should not be throttling at 1.1ghz on single core. Heck, it runs them all at 2.3 under load ffs.

I'm wondering if it's the Windows Store somehow? Gawd knows. Way to alienate your users though.
Shouldn't be. AVX could be a bigger power hog on older CPUs. Hard to know.

CPU scaling should be fine, as this bench is designed to work well with even AMD's newest 32 core CPUs. Could just be a quirk of older Xeons.

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Single-Threaded

535cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1Ghz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan

Multi-Threaded

5423cb, Intel i9-9900K, 5.1Ghz, 3333MHz DDR4, Windows 10, Ofan

https://imgur.com/40x8zFr
And we have our first chart-topper. Congrats. That will be a hard single-threaded score to beat.
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What I have is a generation newer than the Haswell 5820k. It's Broadwell E, so it *should* have IPC around 5% higher than the 5820k, offsetting the 100mhz defacit I have. My RAM speed? in my sig fella, top link. 2133, which is why I didn't bother posting it.

My CPU won't overclock since adding four more DIMMs (2400mhz but running at 2133). Maybe that has something to do with it?

But yeah, when I got the CPU in June '17 I benched it and the results were the same on one core as my 5820k I replaced. So something is badly amiss when the CPU is clocking to 1.1ghz.
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Yeah I can't install it on my laptop via the MS Store because the store says it is unable to read my RAM amount and so can't verify I meet the Minimum requirement of 4GB. Might have something to do with the fact it's still on the original October update that actually released in October as opposed to the 2019 "October" update which I can't actually update to via update. Might have to force the update with a pen drive and try again since I'm getting security warnings now. But two potato PC (FX8320 and i7 3612QM [35W Ivy Bridge Quad Core]) benchmarks on the way at some point (I'm interested to see how these two 2013 architectures stack up against modern parts, I might go back and try an OC on the FX8320 at some point, used to get an extra 1Ghz over stock with that part).
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