Posted 28 December 2015 - 07:27 PM
Keep in mind cinebench also runs CPU tests, so if the other person has a stronger CPU the CPU portion is going to rate higher. Also keep in mind, that even though the graphics card does a bulk of the graphics processing, the CPU(s) do still have a hand in it so stronger CPUs will still give you a faster frame rate.
Also, I'm not totally familiar with cinebench, I may have to play with it, but it may not have been designed to work on a dual processor system, as those are mainly designed for servers and the like, so it may not be fully utilizing your system.
All just possibilities. May not hurt to download the free version of 3Dmark and see how it handles that.
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