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03 Sep, 2019 06:30 PM
it is possible to compile a Linux-ARMv6 version of Geekbench 5? i want to bench my embedded devices and my new raspberry pi 4.
Artem S. Tashki...
on 03 Sep, 2019 08:27 PM
All models prior to the Raspberry Pi 3+ are 32bit, so no, you're not getting GB5 for them.
on 04 Sep, 2019 09:32 AM
rpi2 (late with armv8-64bit), rpi3, rpi3+ and rpi4 with 64bit OS?
on 04 Sep, 2019 07:08 PM
We have no plans to release a Linux/ARMv6 or Linux/ARMv7 build of Geekbench. We may release a Linux/AArch64 build in the future once more single-board computers support 64-bit operating systems.
on 20 Nov, 2019 03:59 PM
What's the status on aarch64 binaries? Are there any beta builds to try out?
The aarch64 platform is becoming popular for Linux cloud servers and it would be great to be able to compare them to their AMD and Intel counterparts.
on 29 Dec, 2019 06:51 AM
Any updates on this? I would also like to evaluate GeekBench on our HoneyComb 16-core ARM64 linux system.
on 08 Jan, 2020 06:25 PM
Any update? I would like to compare Geekbench 5 On Windows for Surface Pro X (aarch64 -- already ran), with the same platform running Linux to see if there is any delta based solely on OS.
on 01 Apr, 2020 01:08 PM
Would love to see this also to test AWS EC2 Graviton instances.
on 20 May, 2020 09:17 PM
Hi, I have following ARM64v8 hardware: Graviton2 + ThunderX2 + rack of Raspberry Pi 4B 4Gb with different kinds of virtualization inside. So, I'm looking a very good benchmark for Linux aarch64.
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