Difference between revisions of "Single Board Computers"
Latest revision as of 14:07, 30 August 2012
Specs of some of the small-ish SBC's (Single Board Computers) I've used.
|Model||CPU||Speed||BogoMips||nbench MEM||nbench INT||nbench FP||Power Usage|
|LinkSys NSLU2||ARM Intel XScale-IXP42x Family rev 1 (v5l)||133MHz||132.71||0.284||0.351||0.004||3.5 - 3.9 Watts|
|Marvell SheevaPlug||ARM Marvell Kirkwood Feroceon 88FR131 rev 1 (v5l)||1.2GHz||1192.75||3.408||4.988||0.351||2.3 - 7.0 Watts|
|Raspberry Pi||ARM1176JZF-S (armv6k)||700MHz||697||2.140||2.924||0.230||3.5 Watts|
Baseline (LINUX) : AMD K6/233*, 512 KB L2-cache, gcc 18.104.22.168, libc-5.4.38
nbench is an old school benchmark program made by BYTE. It is used to test the CPU's memory access, integer and floating point speed. It is useful to benchmark the Sheeva Plug with nbench because the nbench webiste has a large collections of results from computers long ago (Intel 486DX/33!).