If you follow us on Twitter, you’ll notice that I put a call out earlier today for people who’d benchmarked their Raspberry Pi 2 – I wanted to be able to share some benchmarking results with you this afternoon.
— Stewart X Addison (@sxaTech) February 5, 2015
— Dan Robinson (@TheDanRobinson) February 5, 2015
@Raspberry_Pi Very unscientific but “Minecraft server on a Pi1 = adequate, Minecraft server on a Pi2 = awesome”
— Martin O’Hanlon (@martinohanlon) February 5, 2015
(Get well soon, Martin!)
Our old friend Dave Hunt (click on that link – it’ll take you to some of Dave’s projects, which are among the most beautiful we’ve seen made with a Raspberry Pi) has done some thorough benchmarking against a range of other devices. Click on the table to learn more and to see some very illuminating graphs.
The good folks at Adafruit have also been busy benchmarking, this time against the B+, and they also found themselves coming up with some really impressive results (a 7x improvement in some cases); click on the image to learn more.
Finally, here’s a really nice side-by-side comparison of the browser experience of the old B+ and a shiny new Pi 2. I recognise that second website Marco Barisione visits.