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Description: some SOC boards benchmarks
Submitted on October 29, 2016 at 06:32 AM

Section 1 (Text)

Name                              Benchmark details                                score core Type
Beaglebone Black          248 1    Cortex-A8
Raspberry Pi 1 Model B @ 700 MHz  250 1    ARM1176JZF-S
Raspberry Pi 1 Model B @ 1000 MHz  373 1    ARM1176JZF-S
Banana PI BPI-M1 [Debian 8] 1004 2    Cortex-A7
Raspberry Pi 2 model B @ 700MHz 1042 4    Cortex-A7
Intel Atom N450 @ 1.67 GHz 1169 1/2  [1 core, 2 threads]
Raspberry Pi 2 model B @  900 MHz 1313 4    Cortex-A7 
Raspberry Pi 2 model B @ 1000 MHz 1450 4    Cortex-A7
Banana PI BPI-M2         1556 4    Cortex-A7
i.MX-6 1.20 GHz 4 core   1833 4    
ODROID-C1 1.5 GHz        1924 4    Cortex-A5
ODROID-C1 1.73 GHz       2026 4    Cortex-A5
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B @1200 MHz 2128 4    Cortex-A53
Odroid U3                2749 4    Cortex-A9
Odroid-C2 Amlogic S905 @2000 MHz                                                   ~3300 4    Cortex-A53
NVIDIA Jetson TK1        3425 4    Cortex-A15
AMD Athlon II X2 250e @ 3.00 GHz 3698 2 
ODROID-XU3               5037 4+4  Cortex-A15+Cortex-A7
ODROID-XU4 [Ubuntu 15.04] 5325 4+4  Cortex-A15+Cortex-A7
The GeekBench2 tests are:
  Text Compress
  Text Decompress
  Image Compress
  Image Decompress
Floating Point
  Dot Product
  LU Decomposition
  Primality Test
  Sharpen Image
  Blur Image
  Read Sequential
  Write Sequential
  Stdlib Allocate
  Stdlib Write
  Stdlib Copy
Stream (see )
  Stream Copy
  Stream Scale
  Stream Add
  Stream Triad
Geekbench only have an ARM Linux tool for one version of their GeekBench 2, and none in their latest and greatest GeekBench 3 (The non trial version of their tool sells for $13, so the market for an ARM Linux benchmark tool is tiny, they do have Android and iOS covered)
Here is how I ran the tests on some ARM Linux machines that I own:
$ wget
$ tar xvfz geekbench-2.4.2-LinuxARM.tar.gz
$ cd dist/Geekbench-2.4.2-LinuxARM
$ ./geekbench --benchmark
(when the benchmark finishes running they give a URL to where they have uploaded the results on their website)
Other trial versions can be downloaded from the following URL's:
The Trial versions only test the 32 bit instruction set and the results can only be viewed online. And most version fails at detecting multiple cores and threats them as threading opportunities to parallel the testing. The testing only looks at CPU performance, so even though a NVIDIA Jetson TK1 has a good CPU and an amazing GPU, this is not reflected in the results.