Install & Use Geekbench 4 on Linux

I always like to benchmark whenever I’m trying a new server or VPS. In this page I will share how to install Geekbench 4 very easily on Linux based operating system such as Ubuntu or Debian.

What is Geekbench?

Geekbench is a cross-platform processor benchmark tool, with a scoring system that separates single-core and multi-core performance, and workloads that simulate real-world scenarios. The higher Geekbench score means the better and faster CPU.

How to install?

You can install Geekbench 4 just by using few commands on Linux based operating systems such as Ubuntu or Debian. To install make sure you’re logged in on your server with privilege the of root. Then just use the following commands one by one.

wget http://cdn.geekbench.com/Geekbench-4.3.2-Linux.tar.gz
tar xf Geekbench-4.3.2-Linux.tar.gz

How to use?

Once you installed the Geekbench 4 you can simply use the tool by this commands.

cd Geekbench-4.3.2-Linux/
./geekbench4

Note: In this article I’ve installed the version 4.3.2, by the time you’re reading it, a new version might be available. In that case you just need to change 4.3.2 to the newer version on all the above commands. Simple as that.

You can check if any newer version available from the Geekbench official download page.

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