I've been working on compiling a little "white" paper of sorts with comparing Origin 300 (R14k) and Origin/Onyx 350s (R16k) to the last 3 years of AMD cpus (C and A series, Phenom II, Opteron etc). Not only in a simple speed match, but in how they scaled with multi-threaded applications (especially numa based architectures). This was to both help me in my day job where I've been writing multi-threaded C# applications/web services on various architectures and to see how multi-threading in C using POSIX compared to the Task Parallel Library that Microsoft put out for .NET programmers.
That being said, thanks to recondas I was able to get several R16k results in, but having a 1ghz R16000 to add to my results would help out a lot. The benchmark doesn't take long to run and could help me out immensely, thanks in advance!
8x1.4ghz Itanium 2/8GB
4x700mhz R16k/8GB/V12/DCD/SAS/FC/DM5 (2x)