The standard CMake build process will generate the binaries in the testing subdirectory, they are simply not included in the distribution package because each of the tests produces a separate statically linked binary, making the size of the distribution very large.
However, since you have requested them, I will create a separate package for you that includes the binaries in timing, linked against static MKL BLAS libraries. I will send you information about where you can download it in a separate message. You can use these binaries to get an idea of the performance on your platform.
As an example, in subdirectory timing
will give you details on how to setup the timing run. For example
time_cgesv --threads 4 --n_range=1000:5000:1000 --nb=200
The nb paramter refers to the tile size used by the computation. In future, this value will be auto-tuned for the hardware, but for the moment it is assigned to a default value of 128. This parameter can have a strong effect on the performance, so try nb=140, 180, 200, 220 to get a feel for the performance for your problem.