Post your Cinebench R15 scores

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  1. Josh

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    I just did a cinebench on a core2duo @ 3.06GHz late 2009 27 iMac with macOS high sierra.. a whopping blazing fast.... 130 lol..
     
  2. Inertia

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    Intel Core i5 3570K

    ASUS AMD Radeon HD 7950 Direct CU II

    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

    3570K @ stock 3.4-3.6GHz
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    3570K @ 4GHz
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  3. TheNodeMaster

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    Intel Core I5-6500 @3.20 GHz
    Sapphire AMD Radeon RX-480 8gb

     
  4. Racermon

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    I am triggered by the OpenGL score
    Happy about the CPU score though since I usually have ~470
    I5-4460 @3.2ghz-3.4
    PNY gtx950 2gb no OC
    Windows 8.1
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  5. jboptical

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    Not bad think i'm winning until the dual xeon guys get here :p

    CPU: Ryzen 7 1700 3.72ghz OC
    GPU: Reference 8GB RX480
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    Not Now :p
     

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  6. Devin Griffith

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    CPU: Intel i7 7700k OCd to 5GHz - 1029cb
    GPU: MSI GTX 1050ti OCd to 1.45 GHz - About 130 FPS I forgot to save the run
    OS: Windows 10 Education Edition (it was 10$)

    The other system I have though is quad Xeon I don't have that saved but here are the results

    CPUs: 4x Intel Xeon E7 - 8890 V4 - 8290cb
    GPUs: 2x AMD R9 Fury X
    OS: Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu 16.04

    Yes I do know that says an old i5 in the results I am using my laptop to post this because I'm at school
     

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  7. flyfishermansam

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    OS: Windows 10 64-bit

    CPU: Intel core I7-7700HQ 2.8 4 cores, 8 threads @ 2.81 GHz
    multi core: 708
    single core: 142
    MP ratio: 4.98 x

    GPU: GeForce GTX 1050/PCIe/SSE2
    Open GL: 82.62 fps
    Ref.match: 99.6%

    but my pc could be underperforming
    this is on an hp omen 15t gaming laptop
     

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  8. Alex [ITA]

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    Idk if this is considered bumpy, but here are my results:
    CPU: Intel Core i5-7600K at stock speeds
    GPU: Asus Strix GTX 1070 O8G
    OS: Windows 10 Professional (64bit)
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  9. fufsgfen

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    There are many 6700 as tested B-clock overclocking eons ago.
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  10. WhatNot98

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    1391cb on a stock ryzen 7 1700
    EDIT: just got a 1417
     
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  11. Jetpackturtle

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    Not bad for a 650 dollar PC :)
     
  12. Crash Hard 01

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  13. Jetpackturtle

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  15. Crash Hard 01

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    Sure if i knew how to do that :)
     
  16. fufsgfen

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    You click run that is next to CPU (Single Core) and then you find result from here:
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    Also you might need this one:
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    BeamNG likes a lot from single core, that much I have learned, but it is said that next update should have performance improvements, so quite interested of your SC score and how much improvement BeamNG will have to you, because I'm quite certain that you are now single thread limited, that is what my 8086k is (or was, because stupid RMA gone wrong and I still lack a motherboard).
     
  17. Crash Hard 01

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  18. fufsgfen

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    That is really nice (in practice that is 6700k level single core I believe), with today's new BeamNG update you can probably run something like insane number of cars and with AI script path tool videos you can make will be insane.

    That setup you have is probably best possible one can have for BeamNG right now as with new update single core power needs have decreased a lot.Even with i7-6700 I can run 8 Piccolinas at 60fps now which is 2 per physical core.

    It might be that 2 per physical core is still impossible with so many cores, but that monster machine will run confusing many cars for sure!
     
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  19. Mad_Cat

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    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E7500
    GPU: Intel Q45 Chipset (not supported by Cinebench)
    OS: Windows 8.1 Professional

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    CPU: Intel Core i5 4210U
    GPU: nVidia Geforce 820M (With a slight overclock)
    OS: Windows 8.1 Professional

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    And the reason that i use Windows 8.1 is that I hate Windows 10 and Windows 7 is really hard to activate without the real activation key (lol), and Windows 8.1 is a fast and reliable OS for me anyway. (I'd rather use 7 tho)
     
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