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    Phoronix: $10 Orange Pi One Against The Raspberry Pi & Other ARM Boards

    The folks at LoveRPi.com recently sent over an Orange Pi One when they had also sent over the ODROID-C2 $40 64-bit ARM development board for review. Here are some benchmarks of the Orange Pi One compared to several other ARM boards.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=23007

  • #2
    Those don't agree well with: http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...LOVE-RASPBER64

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    • #3
      When will you start to do benchmarking correctly? You used one of the crappy OS images from Xunlong obviously and their moronic settings lead to all CPU cores except of one being killed due to overheating. So you measured the whole time a board with only one active CPU core and didn't notice. Close to unbelievable!

      LoveRPi did some benchmarks using Armbian (sane throttling settings and not killing CPU cores) and then it looks absolutely different: http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...LOVE-RASPBER64

      How can you miss that if different devices use absolutely the same SoC they should nearly perform identical?

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      • #4
        If you redo the 'benchmarks' with Armbian then Orange Pi One will be multiple times faster: http://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tkaiser View Post
          When will you start to do benchmarking correctly?
          ...
          How can you miss that if different devices use absolutely the same SoC they should nearly perform identical?
          I quote!
          OrangePi products are not easy to be benchmarked because they lack a valid reference OS image, and you have to resort community distributions that have been properly debugged.
          Overvolting/overclocking issues kill cores and make the system instable in runtime, so benchmarks are useless when done with the wrong os image.
          Please redo the benchmarks of OrangePi H3 devices using armbian, which is the de-facto reference OS image for these products!
          Last edited by blackshard; 04-01-2016, 01:35 PM.

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          • #6
            The Orange Pi and Banana Pi websites desperately need an update.

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            • #7
              It's important to keep in mind that the Orange Pi One is just a $10+ ARM SBC
              for $20

              i would pay $5 more if it will have builtin poe

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              • #8
                Thanks for the article. I'm happy to see a showdown between ODROID C2 vs. Pi 3 vs. Pine A64. The Jetsons & other Pi's were just bonus, for me.

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                • #9
                  Read until first instance of "allwinner". Nope.

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                  • #10
                    Quite a deal for $10, when it comes to "bang per bucks". It seems pi zero beaten to the dust. When someone attempts to compete china companies by dumping prices, they have to expect it takes a lot. After all, chinese workers are going to solder & whatever for food, unlike EU/US/... workers. That's what makes price competition vs china extremely hard. But china suxx as devs and their software support is bad. OTOH, when it comes to bang per buck, it is unbeatable. If you can get it right. Sometimes one can and it happens to be very good combo.

                    Not to mention one could buy H3 on open markets, so there're going to be plenty of different boards for all occasions, which helps a lot. One size does not fits all, dear Broadcom. Allwinner boards are supplied by like a dozen of manufacturers in various form factors with different features. That's what makes them attractive. There is high chance you can find okish module/board for each and every task, avoiding one of most troublesome parts of embedded engineering.
                    Last edited by SystemCrasher; 04-05-2016, 10:17 PM.

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