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  • riklaunim
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    Originally posted by gnarly View Post
    Do you have the link to the J1900 openbenchmarking? (link in post above is "AMD FUSION E-350 APU UBUNTU 12.10 LINUX")
    The title is correct as it's a comparison. J1900 is the third system in that test.

    Two more:
    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...PL-1404175SO11
    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...PL-1404206SO61

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  • dungeon
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    Originally posted by gnarly View Post
    Very interesting riklaunim !
    According to Intel website the J1900 does support AES-NI, maybe there is some detection issue?
    http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/...-overview.html
    No it does not support aes-ni , all non-E and non-Z series chips (eg, J1750, J1800, J1850, J1900, J2850... do not have AES-NI) ;D.

    http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/th.../#post-1074069

    And there are truecrypt benchmarks on the net which show difference, for example Athlon 5350 (which have aes-ni) vs J1900 (lack of aes-ni), so Athlon is more then 4 times faster there :

    Benchmarks: TrueCrypt 7.1 (AES + AES-NI)

    Using the ingrained benchmark TrueCrypt 7.1, we determine how fast the processors AES encryption calculations can perform. These are used in many spot, for example, to send data over secure Internet connections (HTTPS / SSL). For this second run we have AES-NI for processors that support enabled.

    The AMD Athlon 5350 supports AES-NI, the Celeron J1900 does not. It results in a performance difference of more than a factor of 4.
    http://nl.hardware.info/reviews/5330...1-aes-+-aes-ni

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  • gnarly
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    Very interesting riklaunim !

    According to Intel website the J1900 does support AES-NI, maybe there is some detection issue?
    http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/...-overview.html

    I'm very interested in the stability of the Asrock board and amount of power used...

    Do you have the link to the J1900 openbenchmarking? (link in post above is "AMD FUSION E-350 APU UBUNTU 12.10 LINUX")

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  • riklaunim
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    First quick comparison http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...PL-1404206PL73 - it did fail in OpenSSL benchmark vs E350

    I wonder what it did with PHP Now doing comparison vs the AMD Semprons, next vs the Intel Haswell benchamarks presented not so long ago and then some custom (RAM speed, and such). OpenArena is playing now and the computer is using 37W of power (without display).
    Last edited by riklaunim; 04-25-2014, 03:36 PM.

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  • riklaunim
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    Yes, they do appear heavily cut when compared toother intels. I'll check how it actually works. Xubuntu booted quickly. Everything fanless and low on power.

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  • enihcam
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    no AES

    Bay Trail-D does not support AES-NI, which is a must-have for speeding up SSL/HTTPS based apps (most of internet apps).

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