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CINEBENCH R15 EXTREME! -Unofficial MOD For HEDT platforms- Post your Score

Dear Friends,
I am happy to share with you my small Mod for the Popular R15 benchmark!
As you all know, since AMD ThreadRipper 2990WX came out the CINEBENCH R15 looked too easy for this monster CPU, the Scene Renders too Fast :-).
Now we also got the new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-core and many Overclockers playing with the CR R15 and the current version cannot stress enough those CPU's and the scores fluctuation too much.

So I played with the files of the benchmark and I force it to render X4 Times the resolution!
Plus, I edited the textures to make this "R15 EXTREME MOD".
Now the Render time is over 80 seconds vs around 25 seconds on stock Ryzen 7 2700X (new score around 430 vs 1700)!

P.S: More accurate Notebook CPU's benchmark scores:
With this Mod you can better evaluate Notebook CPU's performance, since even with single run - you can throttle the CPU clocks, unlike the Original CB R15 that finishes too quickly.

___________How to Apply the MOD? __________
Just Replace the original "plugins" folder inside "CINEBENCH R15.038_RC184115" with my modded "plugins" folder.

Now We are Ready for the Next ThreadRipper and Ryzen Generation!

Enjoy and please share your scores with the community :-).

Quote: Originally Posted by kicsipapucs View Post
My buddy Lawrence (Jumper118) has registered the bench on hwbot as a beta, so y'll can start subbing them over there too (no global or hw points obviously)
Thanks to kicsipapucs and Jumper118 for adding this to Hwbot , Have Fun posting your scores :-)
https://hwbot.org/benchmark/cinebench_r15_extreme/


Enjoy!
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Pretty sweet, 9900K @ 5.0 gets ~600. The old ranking being left on looks silly though, it shows the old scores and shows me being about on par with a i7-3720QM @ 2.6

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Thank you, you can delete the old scored located in "cb_ranking" folder.
With X4 the scene resolution the scores are 1/4th of the original :-).
P.S - this version is also better to test "stability" (benchmark mode stability- not 24/7) while overclocking since the stress duration is more then 3 times.

For some reason there is a problem to come to this thread from external link, my friends get "HTTP 500 error".
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For some reason there is a problem to come to this thread from external link, my friends get "HTTP 500 error".

Works fine in Opera, dead on IE

Maybe let @ENTERPRISE know?
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Works fine to grab with firefox.


Been fine tuning some more on the old FX rig, lets see how badly it suffers with this modded R15 bench!
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I think that only singed-in browser can access the thread, Guest that are not registered can't access- good reason to register here :-).
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Are the results shared online?
For example if I do a run will @The Pook see my result under 4790k if he runs again?

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got 206 modded, 811 unmodded in R15


Simple clocks, [email protected] 5ghz core, 2800mhz NB, 2600mhz HT, and normal 200mhz BCLK EDIT 2400mhz CL10 GS-TZ for ram, minor timing tweaking


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Was not expecting over 150 to be honest.
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Quote: Originally Posted by white owl View Post
Are the results shared online?
For example if I do a run will @The Pook see my result under 4790k if he runs again?
I don't know how you even share results online with CB, I just forced it to render 4 times the size.
Until Cinebench will update the benchmark to be relevant for the new 64C/128T that will come this year- we can play with this modded version :-).
I am also interested to see how to force the OPENGL benchmark to be harder.
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