Cinebench R15 is based on the Cinema 4D software. It is very useful to measure the performance gain obtained by the presence of several processing cores while rendering heavy 3D images. Rendering is an area where a bigger number of cores helps a lot, because usually this kind of software recognize several processors (Cinebench R15, for example, can use up to 256 processing cores).
Obviously, none of the tested CPUs is targeted to rendering, but we included this benchmark because it can give us a great notion of multiple core performance.
We ran the CPU benchmark, which renders a complex image using all the processing cores (real and virtual) to speed up the process. The result is given as a score.
We also ran the OpenGL benchmark, which shows a 3D animation rendered with the GPU, which gives a frames per second (fps) result.
On the CPU benchmark, the Celeron N3150 was 32% slower than the Pentium J2900 and 15% slower than the Athlon 5150.
On the OpenGL benchmark, the Celeron N3150 was 100% faster than the Pentium J2900, but 7% slower than the Athlon 5150.