Geekbench - cross-platform benchmark

Information
2007-Jan-04

Start64!Geekbench is a cross-platform benchmark suite for Mac OS X, Windows, Solaris, and Linux. Geekbench is designed to measure the performance an average application can expect from both the processor and the memory subsystem.

Geekbench’s benchmarks are written in platform-neutral C++, and have no platform-specific optimizations. Geekbench is compiled with what we consider the de-facto standard compiler for each platform, with the compiler switches suggested by the compiler vendor for release code.

Download:



  • Mac OS X (Universal Binary, 32-bit)
  • Mac OS X (Universal Binary, 64-bit)
  • Windows (32-bit)
  • Windows (64-bit)
  • Solaris (x86 32-bit)
  • Solaris (x86 64-bit)
  • Linux (x86 32-bit, Fedora Core 4 or Ubuntu 6)
  • Linux (x86 64-bit, Fedora Core 4 or Ubuntu 6)
  • Linux (PPC 32-bit, Fedora Core 4)
  • Linux (PPC 64-bit, Fedora Core 4)

Geekbench - x64

Geekbench - x64