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My points in cinebench r23

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Keep in mind Cinebench is a benchmark for running Cinema4D. It says nothing about gaming performance at all, it simply says something about raw CPU performance, relatieve to other CPUs tested, which can be extrapolated to overall CPU performance.

 

This score places it just below a typical Ryzen 5 3600, which the 4600G is based on.

Is 8512 good points for cinebench r23? I read from google that above 1000 is good for gaming, but 8512 seems like alot for me. So is that a good score? I have the AMD Ryzen 5 4600G.

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Keep in mind Cinebench is a benchmark for running Cinema4D. It says nothing about gaming performance at all, it simply says something about raw CPU performance, relatieve to other CPUs tested, which can be extrapolated to overall CPU performance.

 

This score places it just below a typical Ryzen 5 3600, which the 4600G is based on.

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1 hour ago, Mrkurre06 said:

Is 8512 good points for cinebench r23? I read from google that above 1000 is good for gaming, but 8512 seems like alot for me. So is that a good score? I have the AMD Ryzen 5 4600G.

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Good is relative. My 5900X scores 22000, so not great compared to that. But, it's got literally twice as many threads and better clockspeed and IPC.

 

That said, for a 3600, you seem a little low. That should be scoring close to 9000.

 

Edit: Sorry. I got off from the other post that mentioned the 3600. The 4600G probably loses a bit in a direct comparison to the 3600, so 8500 is probably about right.

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