NicoD

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    Benchmarking CPUs

    Just seen that your Rock64 results are with a 2GB. I'll do the same with my 4GB. Just interested if there's a difference with 7zip multicore. It's only 4-cores tho. Now doing Blender bench between Xenial default and nightly. Again just out of curiosity. I red it's now clocked to 1.39Ghz. I'll give you the sbc-bench results later if they're interesting. I don't think they will be. It's already 100%... Eidit : Blender just crashed on 1.39Ghz after 30minutes. At 1.3Ghz no problem : 1h17m55s I'll try again. Maybe it's not stable enough. 2nd try did it. So could be a fluke the crash. Xenial Rock64 4GB results : http://ix.io/1j7d Again very different than other distro's. I'm also wondering if zram would make a big difference with the 8-core 2gb devices? Cheers
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    @tkaiser What do you think about the fact that 7-zip multicore never uses close to 100% of the cpu's? Would we need to take that in acount? Here XU4 System health while running 7-zip multi core benchmark: Time big.LITTLE load %cpu %sys %usr %nice %io %irq Temp 20:53:32: 2000/1400MHz 5.96 11% 0% 10% 0% 0% 0% 51.0°C 20:54:02: 2000/1400MHz 5.86 66% 1% 65% 0% 0% 0% 55.0°C 20:54:32: 2000/1400MHz 5.14 61% 2% 59% 0% 0% 0% 61.0°C 20:55:02: 2000/1400MHz 5.43 71% 1% 70% 0% 0% 0% 63.0°C 20:55:34: 1900/1400MHz 5.47 65% 1% 63% 0% 0% 0% 75.0°C 20:56:05: 2000/1400MHz 5.54 67% 1% 66% 0% 0% 0% 56.0°C 20:56:35: 2000/1400MHz 5.22 68% 1% 66% 0% 0% 0% 65.0°C 20:57:05: 2000/1400MHz 5.27 69% 1% 67% 0% 0% 0% 69.0°C 20:57:36: 2000/1400MHz 5.12 60% 1% 58% 0% 0% 0% 73.0°C 20:58:07: 2000/1400MHz 5.31 66% 1% 64% 0% 0% 0% 64.0°C Here the NanoPC-T3+ System health while running 7-zip multi core benchmark: Time big.LITTLE load %cpu %sys %usr %nice %io %irq Temp 18:22:37: 1400/1400MHz 5.55 10% 0% 9% 0% 0% 0% 41.0°C 18:23:07: 1400/1400MHz 6.21 72% 0% 71% 0% 0% 0% 48.0°C 18:23:37: 1400/1400MHz 5.91 75% 0% 74% 0% 0% 0% 49.0°C 18:24:08: 1400/1400MHz 5.18 76% 0% 75% 0% 0% 0% 49.0°C 18:24:38: 1400/1400MHz 5.95 78% 0% 77% 0% 0% 0% 46.0°C 18:25:08: 1400/1400MHz 6.23 77% 1% 76% 0% 0% 0% 50.0°C 18:25:38: 1400/1400MHz 6.81 73% 0% 72% 0% 0% 0% 49.0°C 18:26:08: 1400/1400MHz 6.62 74% 0% 74% 0% 0% 0% 49.0°C NanoPC is around 75% and the XU4 is wel below 70%. Would we get "more useful" numbers if we did for example for xu4 : 8734/68 * 100 = 12 844 for T3+: 10226/75 * 100 = 13 634.6666.... Just a question. I use Blender because that uses 100% of all cores.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    OPi+2 Armbian Stretch http://ix.io/1iX4
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    XU4 Armbian Stretch http://ix.io/1iWL
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    No, the Vim2 Max. Odroid XU4 with armbian now.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    When I do that it reboots the sbc. Then I can't do that again(no such file), so I did sbc-bench, but no difference. I don't know. http://ix.io/1iVP I'll do the Odroid XU4 with Ubuntu 18.04 from Odroid now. What else you want? Tinker Board? Khadas? OPi +2? BPi 0? RPi zero?
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    sbc-bench

    Yeah. I don't like his answers. He tries to minimize it, and tries to change the subject from "not giving true clocks" to, "we did it for the good of the users". Well, then inform your users... It doesn't seem like they are willing to change anything. It's there choice. I contacted ETA-Prime and told him about it. He seemed very intersted. I hope he'll make a video, then there forum will explode with unhappy comments. I'll stay polite. I know I'dd have the whole RPi-fanboyclub after me if I wouldn't. I'm amazed you stayed out of it I'll start doing some more sbc-bench's.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    I'm surprised to see that the NanoPC-T3+ seems to do better than the XU4 in multicore. And almost everything else... It does outperform the XU4 in Blender too. Here the scores from zador.blood.stained XU4 http://ix.io/1ixL Old bench xu4 with Jessie VS NanoPC T3+ Also T3+ vs T4 is interesting. T3+ outperforms in all Multicore tasks. @tkaiser Could you do the bench with the T4 again with 2Ghz/1.5Ghz? Here the results for the Odroid C2 : http://ix.io/1iSh All expected results when it's not overclocked. Cheers
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    This one is better. No more Failed to open. Maybe you could clean up the 8 miner output a bit more. All cores in one line or so. http://ix.io/1iS0 I'm gonna do the C2 now.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    http://ix.io/1iRJ NanoPC-T3+ The changes did the work, but indeed no space left. Just checked with gparted, it shows that the partition sda1 is 59GB. No idea if I'm doing this right. http://ix.io/1iR0 Armbianmonitor results I'll install the Image again.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    @tkaiser I can't do anything about that link on the RPi forum. It always shortens it. But if you click it it sends you to the right page. NanoPC-T3+ http://ix.io/1iRu Something is clearly wrong. It's stuck on 400Mhz. Before the bench's it tests all frequency's. Does it turn it back to original? It's with the Armbian you asked me to do. My first try gave this a couple times "line 419 : command not found" This was the result. http://ix.io/1iR8
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    sbc-bench

    @tkaiser I've used your conclusions on the Raspberry Pi's in this thread on the Raspberry Forum. Ask me if you want something changed or want to add something to it. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=219358&p=1347133#p1347133
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    @tkaiser I've finished my video. Here it is. I had to keep it simple. As always I forgot to mention a lot of information. I don't script to save time, but it also shows in the (non)quality of my work. Thanks for all the help and info. Now I can begin with the other sbc's. You'll hear from me. Cheers
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    I'm currently downloading the rpi-stretch from 13/03/2018. Release date of the 3B+. I'll do the same on that. We'll be able to compare those. I'll keep posting my results. I found the bad 2.5A very interesting. Also my 2A PSU did very well. So I can show it isn't the amperage but the voltage that's important. Everyone always says, buy a 2.5A or 3A... Thanks for all the info. I'm learning every minute. Cheers. ps. Check above post for more results. I'll keep it all there to save room on this thread. RPi 3B now comming. @tkaiser Check the 3B no fan vs 3B+ no fan. The 3B outperforms the 3B+ until it overheats to +80°C.
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    Benchmarking CPUs

    @tkaiser Every time I get this message with the RPi 3B+. It takes between 3/7 minutes before it starts the Benchmarks. "System too busy for benchmarking: 17:45:11 up 1 min, 1 user, load average: 0.60, 0.18, 0.06" First results. RPi 3B+ No OC No fan RPi PSU http://ix.io/1iGM RPi 3B+ No OC No fan Crappy 2.5A PSU Undervoltage when maxed out in 7zip http://ix.io/1iH0 RPi 3B+ OC 1570 No Fan Rasp PSU http://ix.io/1iGz RPi 3B+ No OC No fan 2A PSU (not a bad one) http://ix.io/1iHb RPi 3B+ No OC With Fan+heatsink RPi PSU http://ix.io/1iHr RPi 3B+ OC 1570 With fan/heatsink RPi PSU http://ix.io/1iHA RPi 3B No OC No fan with heatsink RPi PSU http://ix.io/1iHI RPi 3B No OC With fan/heatsink RPi PSU http://ix.io/1iHV Raspbian Stretch 2018-03-13 No OC No Fan http://ix.io/1iI5 <--- @tkaiser Very interesting ! ! ! You are right More to come on the RPi. Also RPi 3B with good and bad PSU. Tomorrow I'm going to make the video about it, so I need as much info as possible.