richba5tard Posted February 8, 2013 Share Posted February 8, 2013 (edited) Currently in alpha stage, but working pretty well on a wide variety of platforms. Same bench can be used to test your brand new i7, as your ARM based NAS, as your linux server, as your android phone, etc etc. The goal of the bench is twofold: - to serve as an example on how to use the HWBOT Data API and write your own benchmark - to provide a cross platform benchmark so we can compare and compete on linux, mac, phones, tablets, etc. To make this possible, the benchmark was written in java. While not the most sexiest of languages, it does run on many platforms. Features: - secure (encrypted data files) - save functionality - command line supported for headless systems - processor detection on all platforms - screenshot To be implemented: - hashing of data file for checksum - more robust hw detection The source code: https://github.com/frederikcolardyn/benchbot Includes everything to build hwbotprime, but the binary will not be able to communicate with the HWBOT server as the security module is private. Example submissions: http://hwbot.org/submission/2354252_richba5tard_hwbotprime_core_i7_3615qm_29sec_566ms (macbook pro) http://hwbot.org/submission/2353620_richba5tard_hwbotprime_arm926ej_s_35min_1sec_716ms (Netgear ReadyNAS MS2000 ARM based) http://hwbot.org/submission/2353479_ (raspberry pi) Binary (v.0.3.1): https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/hwbotdownloads/hwbotprime-0.3.1.zip Latest Android beta (29/03) - V1.02 APK: http://downloads.hwbot.org/downloads/benchmarks/org.hwbot.prime-102.apk Edited April 15, 2014 by Massman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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