What Pi Linux Benchmarks Would You Like To See?

Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 4 December 2015 at 08:39 AM EST. 19 Comments
First up, I'm currently in the process of running benchmarks on the Raspberry Pi Zero and expect to have those initial results later today or tomorrow for this $5 USD ARM development board.

Beyond that, I recently received a number of the other "Pi" offshoots: Banana Pi M2, Raspberry Pi 2, ODROID C1+ and the M3 and Orange Pi boards are also coming. These boards were graciously sent over by LoverPi.com who operates a large store of different ARM development boards and accessories via this Amazon.com store front.

You'll see benchmark reviews on those different ARM development boards in the days ahead. If you have any specific test requests you'd like to see (say compiler comparisons, tuning tests, etc), feel free to let me know. I'm up for testing any workloads via the Phoronix Test Suite with the tests via OpenBenchmarking.org.
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