A Wild 40-Way Linux System Benchmark Comparison
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 8 May 2016. Page 1 of 3. 40 Comments

With recently having upgraded some of the systems in our benchmark lab, commissioned a few new systems, and made some other changes, for your weekend enjoyment are some fresh benchmarks of 40 distinctly different Linux systems various performance tests.

For some fun this weekend are benchmarks from 40 of the most interesting systems in our benchmarking basement server room (see the recent A One Year Redux On The Basement Computer Room For Benchmarking 50+ Systems Daily if you are new to Phoronix). The hardware platforms are different as are the software stacks, with running a variety of different distributions, kernels, compilers, etc. This 40-way comparison isn't meant to be a scientific comparison but just putting some rough numbers out there if you want to see how your own system(s) compare, etc.

If you do want to see how your own Linux hardware/software compares to the 40 systems, simply install the Phoronix Test Suite and run phoronix-test-suite benchmark 1605087-HA-WILDCOMPA12. It will carry out the tests in a fully-automated manner from start-to-finish with downloading and setting up the tests and executing them in the same manner as done locally.

Phoromatic is what I use in turn to then fully manage the benchmarking across the dozens of systems in a completely pain-free and streamlined manner.

1: 2 x Xeon E5540
2: A10-5800K
3: A10-7800
4: A10-7850K
5: A10-7850K
6: A10-7870K
7: A6-7400K
8: A8-3870
9: Core i3 2100
10: Core i3 2120
11: Core i3 4130
12: Core i3 5010U
13: Core i5 2400S
14: Core i5 2500K
15: Core i5 3470
16: Core i5 4670
17: Core i7 3770K
18: Core i7 3960X
19: Core i7 4600U
20: Core i7 4770K
21: Core i7 4790K
22: Core i7 4960X
23: Core i7 5775C
24: Core i7 5960X
25: Core i7 5960X Haswell-E
26: FX-8150
27: FX-8350
28: FX-8370
29: FX-8370E
30: Pentium G3258
31: Pentium G4400
32: Phenom II X3 710
33: Xeon E3-1231 v3
34: Xeon E3-1235L v5
35: Xeon E3-1245 v5
36: Xeon E3-1260L v5
37: Xeon E3-1270 v5
38: Xeon E3-1280 v5
39: Xeon E5-1680 v3
40: Xeon E5-2687W v3

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