The new Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier development kit was recently rolled out. The Xavier platform is designed to power autonomous robots, vehicles and other independent systems.
The Jetson AGX Xavier has a computing module capable of 32 trillion operations per second and can operate at 10W, 15W or 30W.
Phoronix just tested the board using the Phoronix Test Suite and compared it to previous versions of the Jetson and other embedded systems. Here are the results.
The 8-core Carmel CPU seems to be performing quite well. The overall Tegra194 Xavier should have killer performance with its Volta GPU and accelerators.
You can also compare the performance of your Linux CPU to these ARM boards by simply installing the Phoronix Test Suite and running
phoronix-test-suite benchmark 1809248-RA-XAVIER22283.