I would like to benchmark test my CPU and GPU. I have installed GB5 and successfully run the CPU testing from the command line using ./geekbench5. I was wondering if I could also run the GPU testing on the PC.
If you have multiple GPUs which support the same Compute API, you can differentiate between them with the platform and device ID numbers that appear before the GPU's name after running geekbench5 --compute-list. For example, if the output of geekbench5 --compute-list contains two devices under OpenCL, including 0 1 AMD Radeon VII, you can run the OpenCL benchmark on the Radeon VII with the following command:
After running the Geekbench 5.4.5 benchmark on an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X with 16 cores and 32 threads, it is becoming abundantly evident that AMD has a device capable of competing favorably with similar offerings from other manufacturers.
Thanks HurricanePootis, I applied you patch. Note that I did not add the _avx2 symlink, because the main geekbench6 binary automatically selects the correct version, on all modern machines this is already AVX2.
You can see which version it used on the results web page, it either says "6.0.0 for Linux AVX2" or "6.0.0 for Linux x86 (64-bit)". If anyone wants to run a specific version this is of course still possible, just start from /opt/geekbench/geekbench_avx2 or /opt/geekbench/geekbench_x86_64.
Hey, geekbench6 has two executables in it, one for normal x86_64 and one for avx2. Also, it has a new geekbench-workload.plar file. I have made a patch file to get the new stuff into the PKGBUILD, and in general for geekbench6
Added support for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and Gatekeeper. Added support for Retina Display. Added 'geekbench' tool to Geekbench for Linux. Improved support for Windows systems with more than 32 cores. Improved results display on iPhone, iPod touch, and Android. Improved handset and processor detection on Android. Fixed spurious high-resolution timer errors on older Windows systems. 041b061a72