The developers of Blender came out recently with a new benchmarking software as part of their open-data benchmark initiative.
You can read the announcement here:
The software is currently in beta, but the testing code itself is stable and not likely to change.
Much like how Cinebench is based off of Cinema 4D, The blender benchmarking software is based on a stripped down version of the stable 2.79b blender build.
For the full details in video form you can watch this developer overview:
There are two tests to run on this benchmark, Quick Test and Complete Test.
The Quick Test generally takes about 30 minutes on most modern machines while the complete test can take several hours.
I ran my tests on 3 different machines.
Intel Core i7 5820K @3.3 GHz/Linux/16 GB DDR4-2133/R7 360):
HP Envy x360 15z
AMD Ryzen 5 2500U @2.0 GHz/Linux/8 GB DDR4-2400/Vega 8
Dell Latitude E5470
Intel Core i5 6440HQ @2.6 GHz/Linux/4 GB DDR4-2400/Intel HD 530
Intel Core i7 5820K @4.125 GHz/Linux/16 GB DDR4-2333/R7 360):
*For some reason, some of the tests in the Complete Benchmark where actually skipped on the i5 6440HQ and when I tried to rerun this benchmark, the program crashed. Something must have gone wrong here.
I challenge the forum to test their systems with this benchmark.