I know Geekbench 4 works on RHEL/CentOS 7 and I have used it extensively to gather profiling information about the hardware I use.
It's also why I was surprised to discover that Geekbench 5 doesn't work just as well there, given that it represents the vast majority of all corporate Linux workloads globally.
Since I noticed in the past, that Geekbench 4 CPU results tended to favor Linux vs Windows on identical hardware often by quite a bit, I wanted to find out if that bias continues in GB5 or if newer code and all those stringent optimizations I had just paid for with the new version had solved that issue.
Knowing that would have made it easier to do the full switch to GB5 and justify me rebuilding my profile results database to a GB5 baseline.
Otherwise there'd be little reason for me to switch, when relative hardware comparability is all I want.