Not that I know of. You might want to check into Holomark, though.
Rhino is not a game, so the concept of “frame rate” really doesn’t apply. Rhino updates the display when it needs to and the length of time it takes depends on what’s changed and how complicated it is. If the computer seems to be limiting a user’s satisfaction with Rhino the answer is to invest in a newer, faster processor. In some cases more memory helps. A more capable graphics card may also be the answer for certain types of dissatisfaction. Strangely enough, more cores don’t do anything for Rhino in versions up to now, although they can help support other things your computer might be doing while you’re running Rhino.
The way forward on this issue is to describe here the size and types of models you are working with, the type of hardware you are using, what performance concerns or questions you have, and seek advice from people doing similar things.