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  • #21
    Another SBC bench with numbers on 7z, AES-128 (16 byte), AES 256 (16 KB), memcpy, memset, kH/s, what distro and kernel the bench using: https://github.com/ThomasKaiser/sbc-...ter/Results.md

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    • #22
      Originally posted by riklaunim View Post
      I have some comparisons to cheap x86 systems if you are interested
      Not sure how you managed it, but something's completely wrong with that N3160 system, it should be a decent amount faster than the ancient AMD E-350, not multiple times slower. You need to make sure something's not wrong with that machine because as it stands right now, it's highly misleading.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by t.s. View Post
        Another SBC bench with numbers on 7z, AES-128 (16 byte), AES 256 (16 KB), memcpy, memset, kH/s, what distro and kernel the bench using: https://github.com/ThomasKaiser/sbc-...ter/Results.md
        I think the lesson is that 64 bit ARM cores with the crypto extension can crank a lot of AES. Those are some very impressive numbers.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by t.s. View Post
          That's a really nice part, 4GB RAM is a nice option too! Doesn't look like the drivers are upstreamed though, and Arch Linux ARM doesn't support it.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by Enverex View Post
            Not sure how you managed it, but something's completely wrong with that N3160 system, it should be a decent amount faster than the ancient AMD E-350, not multiple times slower. You need to make sure something's not wrong with that machine because as it stands right now, it's highly misleading.
            Yes, those boards may not represent full CPU potential. Should have used board names on those benchmarks. I still have to check it but it may be that on that board N3160 has a TDP scenario set that makes him clock much lower.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by willmore View Post

              I think the lesson is that 64 bit ARM cores with the crypto extension can crank a lot of AES. Those are some very impressive numbers.
              With very competitive prices if it complement your use cases, minus support (x86/x64 can use almost all linux distros)

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              • #27
                Originally posted by brrrrttttt View Post
                That's a really nice part, 4GB RAM is a nice option too! Doesn't look like the drivers are upstreamed though, and Arch Linux ARM doesn't support it.
                Still on linux 4.4 unfortunately. If you want mainline kernel (or close to mainline), hardkernel products (odroid) has a bigger chance for that.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

                  An android tv box is cheaper and better option. TV boxes do have casing and power units.
                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujnYBvMQfjM
                  Unfortunately, most of them don't have RTC (cheaper models). Amlogic 912, 905 variant is user friendlier to flash linux on it; but these CPU usually come without RTC. Odroid C2 didn't have RTC too. U have to use RTC shield on the 40 GPIO pin.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

                    Servers use NTP. https://wiki.debian.org/NTP
                    My clients places have unreliable internet and unreliable electricity. So, rtc is quite important.

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                    • #30
                      Game Benchmarks with Emulation Station or something similar would be fine!

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