UnixBench

UnixBench is the original BYTE UNIX benchmark suite, updated and revised by many people over the years. The purpose of UnixBench is to provide a basic indicator of the performance of a Unix-like system; hence, multiple tests are used to test various aspects of the system's performance. These test results are then compared to the scores from a baseline system to produce an index value, which is generally easier to handle than the raw scores. The entire set of index values is then combined to make an overall index for the system.

Single Core Machines

These results were produced from our Single Core package, along with comparable machines from competitors.

All machines had 1 CPU Core, 1GiB RAM and 30GiB Storage space, running Ubuntu.

The Critical Hosting machine shows 97% greater benchmark scores compared to the nearest competitor alone, on average giving over 2.5x the performance of all competitors.

Dual Core Machines

These results were produced from our Dual Core package, along with comparable machines from competitors.

All machines had 2 CPU Cores, 2GiB RAM and 50GiB Storage space, running Ubuntu.

The Critical Hosting machine shows 75% greater benchmark scores compared to the nearest competitor, on average giving 2.3x the performance of all competitors.

Quad Core Machines

These results were produced from our Quad Core package, along with comparable machines from competitors.

All machines had 4 CPU Cores, 4GiB RAM and 100GiB Storage space, running Ubuntu.

The Critical Hosting machine shows at least 85% greater benchmark scores compared to the nearest competitor alone, on average giving 2.3x the performance of all competitors.

8 Core Machines

These results were produced from our 8 Core package, along with comparable machines from competitors.

All machines had 8 CPU Cores, 8GiB RAM and 200GiB Storage space, running Ubuntu.

The Critical Hosting machine shows 59% greater benchmark scores compared to the nearest competitor, on average giving over 1.8x the performance of all competitors.

12 Core Machines

These results were produced from our 12 Core package, along with comparable machines from competitors.

All machines had 12 CPU Cores, 12GiB RAM and 300GiB Storage space, running Ubuntu.

The Critical Hosting machine shows at least 64% greater benchmark scores compared to the nearest competitor. Linode and DigitalOcean only have 15 points between them, whilst our machine is over 2000 points ahead of both.