Arm listed as "using geekbench" on front page. Is there an ARM linux build?

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24 Jul, 2017 03:10 PM

I have an ARM based server and was curious about the performance/power comparison vs regular x86.
Is there a Linux build? I know there's an android version.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by John on 28 Jul, 2017 04:09 AM

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    Thank you for your message. We do not have a build of Geekbench for Linux/ARM available at this time. We hope to release one in the future, though. For our reference, what hardware and operating system are you running on your ARM server?

  2. 2 Posted by Ryan Cipriani on 31 Jul, 2017 12:55 AM

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    OpenMediaVault (debian) on a Odroid xu4.
    It's using Exynos 5422.

    Is the android version of Geekbench equivalent to the x86 version? i.e.
    should I expect similar scores if I run the windows and android package on
    the same hardware?


  3. 3 Posted by Colin on 06 Sep, 2017 02:49 PM

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    Hi Ryan,

    Thanks for your message, and I apologize for the delayed response. Similar hardware should produce similar results across different operating system.

    Primate Labs Inc.

  4. 4 Posted by Joshua Pinter on 25 Oct, 2017 01:54 AM

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    I would love an ARM build as well for my benchmarking between Digital Ocean and

    Packet introduced an 96-core server and as it stands I can't compare them with Geekbench, I have to use only sysbench.

    Let me know when the build comes out and maybe I'll circle back to fill in the Geekbench4 scores.



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