LinkedIn article citing geekbench results

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01 Apr, 2019 02:15 PM

Hello Primate Lab folks,
Just in case you all are interested, I've posted an article on LinkedIn showing running geekbench4 on an Intel Haswell CPU.
The article is
I wanted to check and see if there is a proper way you all want geekbench mentioned/referred to.
The article is not so much about the actual geekbench4 numbers as it is about showing how the software exercises parts of the CPU.
Thanks for making geekbench available,

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by John on 04 Apr, 2019 04:12 AM

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    Thank you for sharing the article. The video is fascinating. There's no proper way to reference Geekbench, but a link to the Geekbench website is always nice.

  2. 2 Posted by patrick.99.fay on 18 Apr, 2019 08:13 PM

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    Hello John,
    Is there an arm64 linux version of geekbench4?
    I found a geekbench-2.4.2-LinuxARM.tar.gz but it is old and 32bit arm.
    I can run this version on my ubuntu-mate raspberry pi 3 b+ but it would be
    wonderful to have the current version.
    Here is the cpu block diagram (work in progress) I'm going to use for the
    arm64 cortex a53 (armv8-a).
    Thanks for any help,

  3. 3 Posted by patrick.99.fay on 18 Apr, 2019 08:14 PM

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    ooops... here is the block diagram png.

  4. 4 Posted by patrick.99.fay on 30 Jul, 2019 04:38 PM

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    Hello John,
    Just to close the loop...
    I've added a video showing running the Geekbench 2.4.2 ARM 32bit LInux
    binary on Linux 64bit Ubuntu ARM Cortex A53 (Raspberry PI 3 b+).
    You can see the video at my OPPAT (Open Power/Performance Analysis Tool)
    github page:
    Or on youtube
    Thank you for making Geekbench on ARM Linux available.

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