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    R20, R13. What does it all mean?
    CPU: Core i7 8700k, HT enabled, all 6 cores OC'd to 4.8GHz, Vcore = 1.24v
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    R20, R13. What does it all mean?
    R13 was a joke; but R20 is probably referring to Cinebench R20. The previous release (R15) has been a staple of CPU performance testing for the last 5ish years. R20 should catch on in due time, but most major publications have taken it on.

    Either way, Cinebench should never be used a sole source of stability. You can put just about any half-assed overclock through R20 with little to worry about crashing as the test completes in under 10 minutes on even old (Sandy/IvyBridge) i5 chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    R13 was a joke
    Indeed it was

    Sorry about the silly British humor.

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