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Offline dibl

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TrueBench test project -- CPU comparison
« on: 2016/12/17, 18:24:11 »

This might be interesting to some of the community:


TrueBench Project


Download the appropriate binary from the "Download" page, chmod +x to make it executable, and run it when you don't have other packages running.  Then paste your test result into an e-mail message to the developer, which will look like this from my laptop:

Code: [Select]
TrueBench-11 :: Release: 10-Sep-2016 :: (c)2016 :: Author: Kiran Kankipati

Starting TrueBench system benchmark test.
It may take several minutes/hours to complete depending upon your system.

Elapsed Duration:
in Seconds: 110
in Milliseconds: 110125
in Microseconds: 110125744
--------------------------------------------------------
CPU Info:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4210U CPU @ 1.70GHz
4 cores/threads


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dummy_result=63
dummy_result2=63



My desktop rig is the #2 test on the top chart of faster CPUs.

The developer's e-mail address is on the "Contact" page.
« Last Edit: 2016/12/17, 18:29:53 by dibl »
Asus Z87-WS, Core i7-4770, Nvidia GTX-750 Ti, dual monitors, OCZ Vertex Plus, 2@WD1000DHTZ in BTRFS

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Re: TrueBench test project -- CPU comparison
« Reply #1 on: 2016/12/18, 17:52:39 »
Ha,


my cheapo and aged AMD ain't much worse...



Code: [Select]
Starting TrueBench system benchmark test.
It may take several minutes/hours to complete depending upon your system.


Elapsed Duration:
in Seconds: 126
in Milliseconds: 125805
in Microseconds: 125805283
--------------------------------------------------------
CPU Info:
AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor
6 cores/threads




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Re: TrueBench test project -- CPU comparison
« Reply #2 on: 2016/12/19, 06:18:10 »



@dlbl - thanks for the pointer to an interesting project........




TrueBench-11 :: Release: 10-Sep-2016 :: (c)2016 :: Author: Kiran Kankipati


Starting TrueBench system benchmark test.
It may take several minutes/hours to complete depending upon your system.


Elapsed Duration:
in Seconds: 73
in Milliseconds: 73332
in Microseconds: 73332776
--------------------------------------------------------
CPU Info:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4690 CPU @ 3.50GHz
4 cores/threads




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dummy_result=63
dummy_result2=63

regards
pjnsmb

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Re: TrueBench test project -- CPU comparison
« Reply #3 on: 2016/12/19, 13:16:28 »
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TrueBench-11 :: Release: 10-Sep-2016 :: (c)2016 :: Author: Kiran Kankipati

Starting TrueBench system benchmark test.
It may take several minutes/hours to complete depending upon your system.

Elapsed Duration:
in Seconds: 93
in Milliseconds: 93096
in Microseconds: 93096127
--------------------------------------------------------
CPU Info:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4702MQ CPU @ 2.20GHz
8 cores/threads


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dummy_result=63
dummy_result2=63

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Re: TrueBench test project -- CPU comparison
« Reply #4 on: 2016/12/19, 16:19:40 »
Thank you Don (Mr. Don Boyd) for posting this thread. And thanks for everyone who shared their cpu benchmarks. I am going to add all these CPU benchmarks in my TrueBench website.

I hope this gives a simple and yet clear cpu comparison and its potential. And special thanks for everyone who posted their old computers. Since these computers may now match up to the performance of latest Raspberry Pis, and other Embedded SoC ARM chips. This tells the progress in technology. And also tells us the time line of ARM development w.r.t x86 platform.

This also gives a clear picture of the CPU TDP vs performance and eco-friendly power-efficient hardware development curve. Less heat, less energy consuming modern CPUs which matches the performance of older generation cpus.

Thank you :)