Is that how you expect you use these programs? Setting all settings to zero? If not, then your test is pretty useless. You don't ven indicate what zoom you are at, what ISO ( I can jusr barely see that in C1 your image was shot with a 20D?).
If you want to have a useful contribution, you've got to do a bit more than some unspecified screenshot with settings zeroed out. All it tells you is the result of zeroing out the settings, which are there to use, not ignore.
Fair commentary on lack of data .. but some of that data was also in the LR screen. Images are at 1:1
My reason to set all to zero was to attempt to eliminate any factors and see if, as some have suggested, LR 1.1 appeared to be doing some noise reduction even with everything set to zero. For other purposes I would, of course, use the sliders accordingly. In setting both packages to zero you show though that the baselines with the two different RAW packages are different. In this case, I believe there is more detail (baseline) in the C1 Pro image. If at a zero baseline, more detail is available, then it would stand to reason that more would be available as other factors (sliders) are implemented.
Camera Canon 20D
Lens Canon 24-70 2.8
Shot taken at: 1/160 f/3.5 at 35mm (not accounting for 1.6x factor)