I just reran the Banana Pi benchmark with an SSD hooked up. Because most of the benchmarks only use the CPU, the result is almost the same. As soon as applications also rely on storage you will see a performance
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Do this only right after flashing the image on the SD-Card, so if anything goes wrong you do not lose any data. sudo fdisk /dev/mmcblk0 In fdisk: Press ‘p’ to print the partition table: Disk /dev/mmcblk0: 15.9
Update on 2014-12-28: a new and more extensive version is now available here Today I benchmarked another competitor of the Raspberry Pi, the HummingBoard. This board is available in three different flavours: HummingBoard-i1, HummingBoard-i2 and HummingBoard-i2eX. The last one (i2ex
I just finished benchmarking the UDOO Quad (running Linaro Ubuntu 12.04). It’s the first quad core ARM SBC I benchmarked and as expected it performs quite nice compared to its single and dual core rivals. It comes with
Cubietruck Benchmarks (with and without SSD): Cubietruck VS Raspberry Pi VS Banana Pi VS BeagleBone Black
I just benchmarked another board: the Cubietruck. It’s one of my favourite boards because you can easily hook up an SSD to it. To see if that makes any difference in performance, I ran all test with and without
Since I was running some benchmarks anyway I decided to add some extra competitors to the list. The first one I added is the BeagleBone Black revision B. The next boards on my list are: Cubietruck Wandboard (Quad) Radxa