Linux-Bench results at AnandTech

IanCutress

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Hi all. I'm the main workstation reviewer at AnandTech. Patrick has kindly let me use Linux-Bench for our CPU reviews.

I've split out a few of the more interesting benchmarks for our reviews, and comparisons can be found here: AnandTech | Bench - CPU

Here is a list of my current published results:

E5-2687W v3 x2: 08221413996368
E5-2687W v3: 50021412272550
E5-2697 v2 x2: 14281414512434
E5-2697 v2: 57291414583937
E5-2687W v2: 55291414588435
i7 5960X: 52131413199312, 37131413203497
i7-4960X: 38291414608518
i7 4930K: 00301414664640
i7-4820K: 26291414622126
Xeon E3-1276 v3: 24261414343424
i7-4790K: 10311414720150
i7-4790: 55311414779415
i7-4770K: 32121413152372
i7-3960X: 08301414675928
i5-4690: 15311414774995
i3-4360: 31311414759591, 04311414765324
i3-4330: 08311414770548
Pentium G3420: 01311414753081
Pentium G3258: 04311414746904

Update 12/29:

FX-8150: 08291419817928
FX-8320E: 52191419016492
FX-8320E @ 4.8 GHz: 34271419704134
FX-8350: 23291419822683
FX-8370E: 43291419827623
FX-9590: 29291419833669

E5-2650L v3: 01291414579621
E5-2650L v3 x2: 12131413219612
E5-2697 v3: 09131413161769
E5-2697 v3 x2: 08271414432928

Update 2/10

A8-6500T: 44101423567964
A8-7600: 50091423509950
A10-6700T: 49101423561609
A10-6800K: 42101423527042
A10-7800: 10081423426450
 
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Patrick

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Welcome @IanCutress I am not sure I have seen so many "likes" on a person's first.

BTW the parser is being updated with the e-mail feature. It was in progress last evening.
 

DolphinsDan

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Thank you for all of that data! Very handy for us setting up machines and making sure they are working properly. +Welcome
 

Alfa147x

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Welcome @IanCutress I am not sure I have seen so many "likes" on a person's first.

BTW the parser is being updated with the e-mail feature. It was in progress last evening.
I was looking at that too. I think it's because I've read a ton of stuff over at Anandtech so it's pretty cool seeing him post over here. I didn't realize they were using the STH's Linux-Bench tool