Raspberry Pi (1) Model B+ basic benchmarks

hmmmm … I’ve made some simple and basic benchmarks on Roseapple Pi and Raspberry Pi 2, so here come the very late benchmarks(HardinfosysbenchPHP benchmark Script) on the first generation Raspberry Pi. Actually, I bought the Raspberry Pi Model B very early, and the experience about the performance of it is not so good, to do some benchmarks is just for understanding the performance difference.

I’m using Model B+ here, which has the same chip Broadcom BCM2835 as Model be does, although it has larger main memory than Model A+, due to the benchmarks are very simple, and focus on CPU, so I don’t expect a notable performance difference between model A+ and B+(or model B).

The post about Roseapple Pi benchmark:

https://www.peterdavehello.org/2016/02/roseapple-pi-%E8%93%AE%E9%9C%A7%E6%B4%BE-%E6%95%88%E8%83%BD%E7%B0%A1%E6%B8%AC-benchmark/

The post about Raspberry Pi 2 model B benchmark:

https://www.peterdavehello.org/2016/02/raspberry-pi-2-model-b-basic-benchmark/

In this post, the platform is Raspberry Pi (1st gen) model B+ using Raspbian Jessie.

The info of the Raspbian image I used:

Version: February 2016
Release date: 2016-02-09
Kernel version: 4.1

Here are the test results:

PHP benchmark Script using PHP 5.6.17:

PHP benchmark Script using PHP 7.0.3:

sysbench v0.4.12 single thread:
(Raspberry Pi 1st gen has only one core, so no multi threads benchmark here)

Hardinfo benchmarks:

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-CPU_Blowfish

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-CPU_CryptoHash

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-CPU_Fibonacci

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-CPU-N-Queens

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-FPU_FFT

RPi-Ver1-ModelB-Hardinfo-FPU_Raytracing Okay, that’s all!

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