Maxon launches their Cinebench R23 Benchmark for Cinema 4D R23

Maxon launches their Cinebench R23 Benchmark for Cinema 4D R23

Maxon launches their Cinebench R23 Benchmark for Cinema 4D R23

Cinema 4D R23 has launched, and with it comes a new version of Cinebench, updating the benchmark’s codebase to utilise updated compilers and more closely match real-world Cinema 4D performance. 

Like prior versions of Cinebench, version R23 is a CPU-focused benchmark and does not test graphics performance, but unlike older versions, Cinebench R23 supports Apple’s new M1-powered systems. Cinema 4D now supports Apple Silicon. 

To deliver more accurate results, Cinebench R23 features a minimum runtime of 10 minutes, looping the benchmark to improve benchmark accuracy to showcase the true performance of systems under longer-term CPU workloads. Systems which throttle under sustained loads will see benchmark scores reflect this change, and those who have ample cooling will be rewarded with higher final scores. 

Thanks to changes to Cinebench’s codebase and compilers, scores from Cinebench R20 are not comparable to Conebench R23, even though both versions render identical scenes. Below is a screenshot of Cinebench R23 after running on a Ryzen 9 3950X with Precision Boost Overdrive enabled. With this setup, a single-threaded score of 1320pts and a multi-threaded score of 24302pts were achieved. 

Cinebench R23 can be downloaded from Maxon’s website. 

Maxon launches their Cinebench R23 Benchmark for Cinema 4D R23  
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