This weekend I'm working on many Linux CPU benchmarks for the upcoming Linux review of the Intel Core i7 5960X Haswell-E system (still waiting for Intel's review sample to arrive though...) and also have some other hardware in preparation for an unrelated launch that's happening next week from another vendor. I'm testing several different Intel/AMD CPUs from the latest desktop CPUs to the Extreme Edition models to some slightly older parts. Beyond the raw performance results are also the power consumption data and much more.
All of that exciting coverage will come in the articles due out next week, but for existing CPUs on the market I've uploaded a subset of the processors I've tested thus far along with a subset of the test results (to make for easy and concise viewing). I did this for anyone wishing to see how their own Linux system performs compared to many other systems currently on the market while having time over the holiday weekend.
For these existing processors that have already been reviewed on Phoronix, these latest benchmarks were done on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with the Linux 3.17 Git kernel. You can find these results via 1408319-LI-XXXLINUXC39 on OpenBenchmarking.org.
To see how your own Linux system compares, it's simply a matter of installing the Phoronix Test Suite either from our web-site or via your distribution repository (assuming they're packaging some modern version of it; at least 5.0 or newer ideally). After that simply run phoronix-test-suite benchmark 1408319-LI-XXXLINUXC39 that will have all of the same tests automatically download and setup in an identical manner to these tests and then proceed to run the benchmarks in a fully automated and standardized manner. After that the results will be rendered side-by-side against all of the Intel/AMD CPUs shared this Sunday morning.
If you then upload your results to OpenBenchmarking.org you can see the data from the rest of the community for an even greater comparison. If you have any issues or problems let us know.
Just one of the many benchmarks in this latest AMD/Intel comparison. Again, you can find all of the results on OpenBenchmarking.org
Stay tuned for some exciting processor reviews under Linux in the days ahead. If you have any test requests please let me know via Twitter and if you appreciate all of this exclusive Linux hardware testing done tirelessly seven days a week, please consider subscribing to Phoronix Premium.