In working on the ia64/Win32 port a few weeks ago, I realized I hadn't completed the CPU Detection nor released an x86/Win32 client in over a year. New since the last release is the complete cpu detection and now uses the common code base across all of the platforms. Result uploading will be coming in the big 0.9 release (hoping for next month).

In general though, I hope to add more platforms to my ever expanding list and offer a quick way to download the client for the platform you wish to test. The existing jcBENCH page was a carry over from the WordPress page I created a very long time ago now - look for that also to coincide with the 0.9 release.

In general I have current native ports for the following platforms:
-x86/Win32
-sparc/Solaris
-mips/NetBSD
-mips3/IRIX
-mips4/IRIX

And older (need to recompile and update) the following:
-x86/Linux
-ia64/Linux
-ppc/MacOS X
-x86/MacOS X
-arm/Windows Phone 8
-arm/Android

With ia64/Win32 and alpha/Win32 releases coming this month - just waiting on obtaining VC++ 6.0 for Alpha and some quirks in ia64/Win32 CPU Detection.

I'm looking to add x86/FreeBSD and Windows Store to the list sooner than later.

For those looking for the x86/Win32 release click here.