What's your Cinebench Score?

Kyle

New Member
#1
Just figured I'd start a little benchmarking comparison thread, see how our PCs stand up against one another.
If you want to get in on the comparison, please include the following if possible;

- A screen shot of your Cinebench r10 Scores
- Which version (64 bit or 32 bit) of the program you ran
- Processor name/speed (Example: Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.7 GHz)
- Graphics Card name/speed (Example: Radeon HD4670 512MB @ 778/1110)
- Amount of RAM/speed of RAM (Example: 4GB PC2-6400)
- Operating System (Including whether it's 32 or 64 bit & Service packs or Build #)


If you need to download Cinebench, the fastest links are below:

CineBench Official Download Center

Brothersoft's Cinebench Link

Guru3D.com's Cinebench Link



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I'll start us off.

64-Bit Cinebench r10





Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.83 GHz (OC'd)
Sapphire Radeon HD4670 512MB @ 778/1115 (OC'd)
4GB PC2-6400 DDR2 800 MHz RAM running at 785 MHz (UC'd to up FSB)
Windows 7 Build 7048 64-Bit

Scores: 1 CPU: 3307 || x CPU: 11185 || Multiprocessor Speedup: 3.38x || OpenGL: 5473

This is probably the highest score I'll ever achieve with my components as they are.

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Top Tens

Multiprocessor Score
1. pistolpv - 16039
2. loathe - 15842
3. brandon1186 - 15522
4. Kyle - 11185
5. Zimmela1 - 8435


Single Core Score
1. pistolpv - 4481
2. loathe - 4443
3. brandon1186 - 4126
4. Kyle - 3307
5. Larry100672 - 3301


OpenGL Score
1. loathe - 8169
2. pistolpv - 7838
3. brandon1186 - 5773
4. Kyle - 5473
5. Zimmela1 - 4715


Last update: May 22nd/09
 


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#2
64-Bit Cinebench r10







AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Windsor 2.8GHz
ASUS EN8800GT/G/HTDP/512M @ 600/1800
4GB PC2-6400 DDR2 800 MHz RAM
Windows 7 Build 7000 64-Bit

Scores: 1 CPU: 2543 || x CPU:4927|| Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.94x || OpenGL: 3165
 


Kyle

New Member
#3
Did a run with my laptop yesterday I think. Figure it's worth a put up.
Not too bad for a 3 year old Gateway. lol





AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-50 "Taylor" 1.6 GHz @ 2.0 GHz (OC'd)
Nvidia Geforce Go 6100 Intragrated Graphics
2.5GB PC2-6400 DDR2 800 MHz RAM
Windows 7 Build 7022 32-Bit

Scores: 1 CPU: 1602 || x CPU: 3037 || Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.9x || OpenGL: 927
 


larry110672

Honorable Member
#4
I just built this computer about 4 months ago and loving it.

64bit Cinebench R10

Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9450 @ 2.66GHz
Number of CPUs : 4
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.1.7048
Memory : 4gb PC3 12800 DDR3 1600 MHz Ram
Graphics Card : GeForce 8800 GTS 512/PCI/SSE2

Scores: 1 CPU: 3301 || x CPU: 11312 || Multiprocessor Speedup: 3.43 || OpenGL: 4029

 


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Kyle

New Member
#5
Nice score, larry.
Top ten list started in OP.
 


loathe

New Member
#6




Heres mine:

1CPU - 4443
xCPU - 15842
OpenGL - 8169

 


Kyle

New Member
#7
Nice, man.
Added you to the list and updated it. You're #1 as of right now. lol
 


zimmela1

Senior Member
#8
Hi There,


I am kinda new here but here is my result:

Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9000 @ 2.00GHz
MHz : 2.00
Number of CPUs : 4
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.1.7100
Graphics Card : GeForce 9700M GT/PCI/SSE2
Resolution : 1920x1080
Color Depth : 32-bit
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Rendering (Single CPU): 2626 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 2992 CB-CPU
Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.14
Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 4780 CB-GFX


the scores are lower because its only a laptop.
But for that (and under windows 7 ) quite good.:)

:rolleyes:
 


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whoosh

Cooler King
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#9
My Score

Processor : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5000+
MHz : 2600 MHz
Number of CPUs : 2
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.1.7100
Graphics Card : GeForce 8400 GS/PCI/SSE2

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Rendering (Single CPU): 2272 CB-CPU
Rendering (Multiple CPU): 4348 CB-CPU
Multiprocessor Speedup: 1.91
Shading (OpenGL Standard) : 2002 CB-GFX

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#10
Zimmela1, you need to post a screenshot as well, please.
Added both of you, pending screenshot for Zimmela1
 


zimmela1

Senior Member
#11
Oh sorry, I forgot that one, moment and I will get another one.
 


zimmela1

Senior Member
#12
Hi There,

Now after re-running this program, and updated my cpu/mainboard drivers
it got me a new result:) but this was tested in Win 7 RC1, so I am not sure what results could I get in Windows Vista.


Processor : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9000 @ 2.00GHz
MHz : 2.00
Number of CPUs : 4
Operating System : WINDOWS 64 BIT 6.1.7100
Graphics Card : GeForce 9700M GT/PCI/SSE2
Resolution : 1920x1080
Color Depth : 32-bit
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CPU - 2657 CB-CPU
CPU multi - 8435 CB-CPU ---- Please update the top list:)
OpenGL Standard 4715 CB-GFX

check attachment.
 


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#13
E5200 overclocked score

Intel dual core e5200 2.5ghz oc to 4.312ghz
asus p5q
msi 9600gt
windows 7 build 7100 64-bit
4g corsair xms2 ddr2 800mhz
scores
1cpu-4994
multi cpu-9392
opengl-5981
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#14
Here are my specs from a $399,99 E-machine, piss poor as they are.

http://www.geocities.com/reghacker/Benchmark.jpg

Kyle - If you have a problem with this benchmark thread, keep it to yourself or don't reply.
 


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zimmela1

Senior Member
#15
Well ....I have to admit I thought the same previously...

but ...There are people who use the test just to "show the world how fast is their comp...

I just want to compare my Laptop, just because of curiousity...

And of course, I am happy because I could buy it on my own money...:)
 


whoosh

Cooler King
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#16
truthfully, I think this type of test is a joke.

Sure people who bye high-end components get High scores.

So , what is this about, just a pissing match to see the highest rating.:rolleyes:Mines better than your is....HAHAHA

Very similar to car shows that I go to, Someone pumps $100,000 into the motor, all the best speed equipment, every possible piece chromed and who do you think the winner is.

yeah, the rich guy where expense is not a problem.

Here are my specs from a $399,99 E-machine, piss poor as they are.

http://www.geocities.com/reghacker/Benchmark.jpg
View attachment 561

This guy got some mean spec I guess ;)
 


loathe

New Member
#17
This type of test is very useful as a benchmark tool and not just for a pissing contest. For example if I wanted to find out if I slightly overclock my cpu would I get more performance that comes with the heat, and is it worth that extra bump in voltage, or does this CPU:RAM ratio give more performance. Basically I have spent this much on my components and I want the best out of them. Posting them, along with your specs help people with similar machines compare components and whether its worth the upgrade.

Anyways I over clocked my cpu another 100mhz and had to bump up voltage considerably for it to boot, and was a lot hotter, I did get a better result. No way the small increase in results can justify the overclock. Very useful tool.
Heres the results
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#18
loathe,

I don't think that was the original nature from the first post...

It was all about highest ratings and people were shuffled up and down the list according to their results.

Now that's a pissing contest. Geez, I wonder what the winner will get for a prize?

I fully stand behind my post and I'm not changing it whatsoever.
 


loathe

New Member
#19
loathe,

I don't think that was the original nature from the first post...

It was all about highest ratings and people were shuffled up and down the list according to their results.

Now that's a pissing contest. Geez, I wonder what the winner will get for a prize?

I fully stand behind my post and I'm not changing it whatsoever.
Fair enough. I stand by mine also
 


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