14-Way Intel/AMD Benchmarks On Ubuntu 17.04 + Linux 4.10
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 28 February 2017. Page 1 of 7. 20 Comments

In preparation for Ryzen tests coming up in the near future, I've been running some fresh benchmarks across a range of Intel and AMD x86_64 Linux systems. For those curious about the current performance of Ubuntu 17.04 daily with the Linux 4.10 kernel, here are benchmarks from 14 of the systems.

For your viewing pleasure today are results from 14 different processors, all of which were running Ubuntu 17.04 20170226 with the Linux 4.10 kernel and GCC 6.3.

The software stack remained the same. All of the processors were tested at their stock speeds. The graphics cards varied, due to not being able to easily swap them in the racks, but for this testing all of the tests were CPU-focused and thus the GPUs didn't play a role in the testing. There will be AMD Ryzen tests with different graphics cards across different systems, but for today's article anyhow is just putting out these results for 14 different systems for reference purposes and out of curiosity sake. The Ryzen tests will also include more processors than just the 14 featured in this comparison, it was simply due to the hardware I had tested so far this week with the new Ubuntu 17.04 snapshot.

- Athlon II X3 425
- Phenom II X3 710
- A10-7850K
- FX-8150
- FX-8370E
- FX-8370
- Core i7 990X
- Core i5 4670
- Core i7 4790K
- Core i7 5775C
- Core i7 5960X
- Core i5 6600K
- Core i7 6800K
- Core i7 7700K
- Xeon E3-1245 v5

All of these Intel/AMD Linux CPU benchmarks were carried out in a fully-automated and reproducible manner using the open-source Phoronix Test Suite benchmarking software. Enjoy!



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