"Over at openbenchmarking.org/linux I have been experimenting
with some improvements to OpenBenchmarking.org for the past few
weeks. What's shown at the user-interface level is quite simple:
it's serving as just a directory of Linux hardware (right now the
public version just shows motherboards and processors, but the
graphics card category will be enabled next).
It's similar to the OpenBenchmarking.org Performance Index where
it lists all detected hardware components of a certain type, as it
discovers new hardware from the crowd-sourced benchmarking process.
From there you can explore the product, find benchmark results,