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As stated in another thread, I am building and will experiment with OC'ing for the first time ever. So my question is this:

It seems most of the benchmark/status software is Windows based. After I complete my build, I want some Linux love! Is there any good benchmark/testing/status software I can be experimenting and becoming familiar with while I wait oh so impatiently to finish this build?

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Edited by LinuxHack3r - 4/15/11 at 11:42am
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http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/

the only option afaik
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Well it looks pretty interesting. Is it full featured or are Linux users kinda screwed in the testing/benchmark field?

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After experimenting with this software, I'm pretty impressed. I have never used any benchmark software for Windows, but feel pretty confident that this software is pretty robust for what it is. I plan on running a long list of tests on my current setup, then run my new setup against them when I'm finished. I only wish that more people would test using their hardware; It would also be nice if you could search on the global site a bit easier by using pulldowns. What I'm talking about is adding criteria by pulling down a CPU menu, selecting the 2600k, and then be able to filter those results by pulling down more pull downs according to which tests have been done on that hardware. The search feature works ok though. I hope this helps anyone that hasn't heard of this software or would like to know more about it.
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Originally Posted by LinuxHack3r View Post
After experimenting with this software, I'm pretty impressed. I have never used any benchmark software for Windows, but feel pretty confident that this software is pretty robust for what it is.
Thank you, I have been looking for a solid stress test for Linux for a few weeks, from the screen shots, this looks to be perfect.

I had some issues installing it, it did NOT automatically install the tests so when I slected "SELECT A TEST" it just sat there. I got it to install (somehow) by hitting esc in the terminal and then enter....LOL Would love to get the GUI version working but the CLI based one is good enough for now.
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