Cinebench is a handy benchmarking solution for Mac and Windows OS that does an excellent job in evaluating the performance capabilities of your computer. Created by Maxon, this benchmarking tool is based on Maxon's CINEMA 4D, reputable worldwide animation software for 3D content creation in production houses and used by dios.
The first official task that Cinebench carries out is to run a couple of tests on your computer that is aimed at measuring the performance of the graphics card and the main processor under real-world situations. This tool uses the 16 CPU cores or 16CPUs and can work on Macintosh (PPC and Intel-based), and Windows 64 and 32-bit OS.
During the testing process, Cinebench will use all the processing power of your computer and the results will be given to you in 3D. The results are produced in a variety of different algorithms that illustrate all the processor cores that are available in your machine. The Cinema 4D engine is perfect for multi-core processors and systems with 64 processor threads as it can efficiently run on these.
There are averagely 2,000 objects in the test scene, cumulatively containing 300,000 plus total polygons and which uses antialiasing, procedural shaders, area lights and shadows, sharp and blurred reflections and others. Results are indicated in point form and a higher point denotes a faster processor.
Graphics cards and performance processors are normally determined on the basis of 3D scenes. Several compiled tests can roughly illustrate to you your systems benefits. The CPU test is a scene with about 280,000 polygons and is often used for CPU test, whereas OpenGL uses about a million polygons in its GPU based test. Cinebench has really been developed to explore all kinds of hardware’s.
The results of OpenGL and CPU tested using Cineman 4D are extremely easy to comprehend. They are presented to you in the criteria you select, but ranked against similar systems
The user interface of Cinebench is worth bragging about. The OpenGL chase is sleek and the test scene is equally attractive.
|CINEBENCH R23.200 Nov 16, 2020||
Cinebench R23 now supports Apple’s M1-powered computing systems
Cinebench is now based on the latest Release 23 code using updated compilers, and has a minimum runtime activated by default (previously hidden in preferences)
Cinebench R23 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.
Users now have the option to directly test the single core performance without manually enabling the “Advanced benchmark” option. The “Advanced benchmark” allows users to set arbitrary minimum runtimes to stress test the hardware for even longer periods of time.
Because of the code and compiler changes, Cinebench score values are readjusted to a new range so they should not be compared to scores from previous versions of Cinebench.
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|CINEBENCH 15.038 Feb 13, 2017|
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