I received my AUS AM1I-A and AMD 5350 (Kabini) APU along with the rest of the components for my new firewall system last night (a detailed build write up will come tomorrow night). For those curious about the raw CPU Integer and Floating Point performance here are the results from my newly updated Linux port of jcBENCH.

[bash] jcBENCH 0.8.755.0504(x86/Linux Edition) (C) 2012-2014 Jarred Capellman CPU Information --------------------- Manufacturer: AuthenticAMD Model: AMD Athlon(tm) 5350 APU with Radeon(tm) R3 Count: 4x2046.077mhz Architecture: x86 --------------------- Running Benchmark.... Integer: 1.99601 seconds Floating Point: 8.44405 seconds [/bash] In comparison to my FX-8350, with a 4 threaded limit, the Kabini based APU is actually faster than my FX-8350 (3.02 and 11.67 seconds respectively). In single and dual threaded tests, I imagine the results are far different. More thorough results will come tomorrow.