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This section will collect automated results of Benchmarks collected by Supportdata2. Currently only the RAM benchmarking tools in Proc-Filesystem are used, and the dhrystone tool. Unfortunately dhrystone was removed in 7.39+ Labor. Further methods will be added here as Supportdata2 evolves.

Benchmark-Results[edit]

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Benchmark-Methods[edit]

This is an automatically generated list only covering data which could be gathered from tools in FRITZ!OS.

Daily updated index of all benchmark methods found scanning Supportdata2 probes. Last update: 2023-01-31 05:13 GMT.
The label (bench) in the Benchmark column shows there are other objects in this wiki using this name.
The Mod column shows the amount of models using the respective method. Click the column header to sort by this number.

Dhrystone-Collection[edit]

This is a handcrafted list of Dhrystone MIPS results also covering some models which do not contain dhrystone.

The MIPS column shows the single core performance measured by dhrystone.
The Total column shows the computed result for all cores.

Model Fw. Total MIPS Cores MHz SoC Comment
5590 7.29 9292.4 2323.1 4 2200 Hawkeye
4060 7.30 9217.2 2304.3 4 2200 Hawkeye
7530ax 7.51 4412.1 1470.7 3 1500 BCM63 r102589
7530 7.29 2569.6 642.4 4 717 Dakota
7520v2 7.29 2566.8 641.7 4 717 Dakota
7530 7.50 1364.8 341.2 4 717 Dakota
7590ax 7.39 1213.6 606.8 2*2T 1000 Seale r101117
6490 7.29 494.1 494.1 1*2T 1200 Puma6 ATOM side
6490 7.39 486.5 486.5 1*2T 1200 Puma6 ATOM side, r101859
4020 7.01 356.2 356.2 1 750 Dragonfly requires symlink
6490 7.29 341.6 341.6 1 450 Puma6 ARM side
6490 7.39 341.2 341.2 1 450 Puma6 ARM side, r101859
7390 6.04 332.1 332.1 1 500 Fusiv
6430 7.29 331.7 331.7 1 450 Puma6 ARM side
7272 6.88 315.7 315.7 1*2T 500 AR10
7412 6.87 307.3 307.3 1*2T 500 VR9
6430 7.29 249.3 249.3 1*2T 600 Puma6 ATOM side
7240 6.06 224.2 224.2 1 360 UR8
7490 7.29 214.4 214.4 1*2T 500 VR9
7430 7.29 214.4 214.4 1*2T 500 VR9
5490 7.29 214.4 214.4 1*2T 500 VR9
7490 7.39 135.1 135.1 1*2T 500 VR9 r102214
22 benchmark tests

The ATOM of the Puma6 is single core with hyperthreading only, see cpu-cores and flags.
Note that all tests used Freetz which builds an own libc.so and libm.so.
Also note that Labor and Inhaus firmware may not be optimized for performance yet.

  • The 7530 lost 47% single core integer performance with the 7.50 update.
  • The 7490 lost 37% single core integer performance with the 7.39 labor.
  • The 6490 pretty much stays the same with the 7.39 labor.

This does not necessarily affect Kernel performance. See the System-Research NAS benchmarks.

CPUinfo-Properties[edit]

Daily updated index of all cpuinfo values found scanning Supportdata2 probes. Last update: 2023-01-31 05:13 GMT.
The label (cpuinfo) in the Property column shows there are other objects in this wiki using this name.
The Mod column shows the amount of models using the respective property. Click the column header to sort by this number.
For comparability all properties have been converted to lower case. Space was replaced by a - hyphen.

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Excerpt from the proc(5) man page:

/proc/cpuinfo

       This is a collection of CPU and system architecture
       dependent items, for each supported architecture a
       different list.  Two common entries are logical processor which
       gives CPU number and bogomips; a system constant that is         # also named BogoMIPS
       calculated during kernel initialization.  SMP machines
       have information for each CPU.  The lscpu(1) command
       gathers its information from this file.

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