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I've been searching, asking and looking for any good, free CPU benchmarking programs for GNU/linux. A variant of SPEC, Dhrystone and/or Whetstone would be great. In short, I'd like something ...
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    Benchmarking the CPU in GNU/Linux?


    I've been searching, asking and looking for any good, free CPU benchmarking programs for GNU/linux.
    A variant of SPEC, Dhrystone and/or Whetstone would be great. In short, I'd like something to measure raw IPS (Instructions Per Second) and raw FLOPS. Does something like this exist for GNU/Linux? If so, what is it called, where can I get it?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    Thanks, but surely there must be something to measure plain FLOPS and IPS too?

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