Cinebench question


Staff member
Why bother testing multi core in that case, or anything at all?

Different types and styles of code, different workloads, some workloads respond differently than you'd expect on paper.

I find single core testing is valuable as you can contrast the multicore scaling off of it to get a more full picture of what performance would be under particular workloads, which is the primary reason benchmarks exist anyway. Plus most of the code in the last few decades were very single thread centric.


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I use Adobe Premiere Pro for my video editing. Is single or multi more indicative of the performance?