MSI GT683DXR Gaming Laptop Review

7. Platform Performance9. Media Encoding


MSI GT683DXR Laptop Review

CPU Turbo Mode – Cinebench R11.5 64-bit

Cinebench has been a personal favourite test of ours for a long time now; it uses methodology comparable to a standard rendering task. It is a great indication of performance a designer can expect when using Cinema4d as the rendering engine is the same. The 64-bit build of the application was used for this test.



Results


On the last page we saw strong performance from the GT683DXR and that continues in Cinebench with the i7 CPU used here excelling. To give some examples a typical Ultrabook CPU hits around 1.5-2.0 points and standard notebooks based on i5 mobile parts are around the 2.6 point level.

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