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    Default Intel HD Sandy/Ivy Bridge Linux Graphics Performance On Ubuntu 13.10

    Phoronix: Intel HD Sandy/Ivy Bridge Linux Graphics Performance On Ubuntu 13.10

    With most of the exciting Intel Mesa open-source Linux graphics driver updates being now about Haswell or Bay Trail (Valley View), it's been a while since last publishing any benchmarks of previous-generation Intel "Sandy Bridge" and "Ivy Bridge" graphics results with the latest open-source driver code. Changing that, today are benchmarks of several different Intel Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors when running Ubuntu 13.10 with the Linux 3.11 kernel and Mesa 9.2.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=19167

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    What about some AMD comparisons, like Kabini? For example, this looks interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg16 View Post
    What about some AMD comparisons, like Kabini? For example, this looks interesting.
    I don't have many AMD setups at all aside from those I purchase. I only have a couple APUs at all. From Intel it's easy to get hardware where as of lately from AMD it's basically been impossible.

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    Hey Michael

    How about adding some browser benchmarks? Maybe shipping V8 and some js benches for CPU. And use some lib with webkit for rendering benchmarks. Or just packaging node.js with some available benchmarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talvik View Post
    Hey Michael

    How about adding some browser benchmarks? Maybe shipping V8 and some js benches for CPU. And use some lib with webkit for rendering benchmarks. Or just packaging node.js with some available benchmarks.
    So far I haven't found a good way to automate it completely.. There's been a few different projects for trying to automate tasks within web browsers for unit testing, but nothing that I've been happy with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    So far I haven't found a good way to automate it completely.. There's been a few different projects for trying to automate tasks within web browsers for unit testing, but nothing that I've been happy with.
    Instead of using the browsers, just go directly to the engines. v8, node.js, QtWebEngine... could be easy to package.

    One example, octane running on node.js:
    https://github.com/dai-shi/benchmark-octane
    Output:
    Code:
    % git clone https://github.com/dai-shi/benchmark-octane.git
    % cd benchmark-octane
    % node run.js
    Richards.Richards x 288 ops/sec 10.28% (45 runs sampled)
    DeltaBlue.DeltaBlue x 186 ops/sec 9.87% (49 runs sampled)
    Crypto.Encrypt x 155 ops/sec 9.77% (48 runs sampled)
    Crypto.Decrypt x 7.99 ops/sec 14.10% (26 runs sampled)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    So far I haven't found a good way to automate it completely.. There's been a few different projects for trying to automate tasks within web browsers for unit testing, but nothing that I've been happy with.
    I also like this solution seems more versatile, http://src.chromium.org/svn/trunk/sr...mark_runner.py

    It runs the browser with the benchmark address as argument, and then listens for the results to be posted from the benchmark.
    It only takes a couple of lines of python script, and requires maybe only one line change to the benchmark.

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