CINEBENCH R15 is a cross-platform testing suite that measures hardware performance and is the de facto standard benchmarking tool for leading companies and trade journals for conducting real-world hardware performance tests. With the new Release 15, systems with up to 256 threads can be tested.
CINEBENCH is available for both Windows and OS X and is used by almost all hardware manufacturers and trade journals for comparing CPUs and graphics cards.
We have no surprises or quibbles with the Razer’s Cinebench performance. Its CPU score of 725cb is virtually identical to the PC Specialist machine and the Asus Scar system, both of which used the same processor. The dual-channel memory in the Blade Pro clearly hasn’t made much of a difference.
The only recent machine to outpace the i7-7700HQ in Cinebench was the Asus ROG GL702ZC, but that’s no shock – its AMD Ryzen 7 7100 is an eight-core desktop chip.
Nevertheless, don’t worry about the Razer’s performance. It’s not going to bottleneck any games and it’ll scythe through most work applications and multi-tasking scenarios.