Benchmarking All My Single Board Computers

SBC List:
BeagleBone Black Ti-AM3358 Single Cortex A-8 @ 1GHZ
Raspberry Pi 2 v1.1 Quad Cortex A-7 @ 900Mhz
RoseApple Pi Quad Cortex A-9 @ 1.1Ghz
Raspberry Pi 2 v1.2 / Quad Cortex A-53 @ 900Mhz
NanoPC-T2 S5P4418 Cortex-A9 @ 1.4Ghz
Raspberry Pi 3 / Quad Cortex A-53 @ 1.2GHz
Banana Pi M64 Allwinner A64 Quad Cortex A-53 @ 1.2Ghz
Khadas Vim Amlogic S905X Quad Cortex A-53 @1.5Ghz
Jaguarboard Intel Atom Z3735G Quad @ 1.33-1.83Ghz
UP Board Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Quad @ 1.4-1.9Ghz

FFMpeg Bench: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZfJJxNyVzLgzscljK-z5g2WDIgrrXdyF4n65RUZat5E/edit?usp=sharing

Octane 2 Bench: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YP-8iyd2yOZazV4vx-IlNWcxTlSsND356-3usdExq5U/edit?usp=sharing

1 comment

  1. Now let’s get to the benchmarks, I will be comparing the X20 with the Hikey 960 as both of them lie in the same price point, the X20 coming in at $200 and the Hikey960 coming in at $239 and both of the prices are taken from seeed studio at the time of recording this video. Now that I’m done feeling like Linustechtips of the Single Board computers, let’s take a look at the series benchmarks which would be done against the hikey 960 and an air cooled x20 with an aftermarket heatsink and fan added on separately since the hikey 960 already had the heat sink pre installed.
    https://supersmashflash2.io

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