Serious question: Does anyone know how many dmips/mhz/core has a Bay Trail Cpu?
As for the benchmarks. For me, it's pretty difficult to map most of these numbers to what I would do. The descriptions at OpenBenchmarking.org are still too vague for me to apply these numbers to the few CPU intensive tasks I'd do. At least when going to http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...PL-COMPARISO79, I see Gzip and FFmpeg tests which are closer to what I would do: LZMA2 de/compression and x264 via HandBrake transcoding. It would have been nice if these tests were done though.
I have a NUC DN2820FYKH which is quite similar, the only differences should be:
- it has no mSATA connector.
- it has room for mounting a 2.5 HDD.
- Power plug connected to 230V.
- A 2.5 HDD is mounted (hdparm -B254, should use ca. ~0.9 Watt at idle)
- No peripherals connected to USB.
- HDMI connected to display showing console.
- Ethernet port is connected to Gb switch.
- Wifi & Bluetooth is unused.
- All powertop recomendations are followed.
- Distro - Debian (unstable).
- Kernel - 3.14-rc1 based on Debian 3.12 config.
Power usage building kernel (-j3): 10-11 Watt
Power usage at idle: 6.0 Watt
(power measurement was done with a Kill-a-watt on the 230V size )