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8-Way Linux Distribution Benchmarks On The Intel Core i9 9900K - One Distro Wins 67% Of The Time

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by mblm View Post
    <i>Processor Details</i>
    <i>Clear Linux 25720: Scaling Governor: intel_pstate performance</i>

    All other distributions: <i>Scaling Governor: intel_pstate powersave</i>
    Yes that is each distro's out-of-the-box config.

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  • dungeon
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    Originally posted by M@yeulC View Post

    I agree, and that was the reason I didn't read the article. It was clear to me that Clear Linux would be the title, the title would have been waay better making this explicit.
    How about

    One Gaming Console Wins 67% Salles and That Isn't One nor This One or One of Two, But One Who Will Soon Be Above Three
    Last edited by dungeon; 26 October 2018, 05:36 AM.

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  • M@yeulC
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    Originally posted by etam View Post
    "One Distro Wins 67% Of The Time"

    Clickbait is Literally Hitler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4tuDZ4m0lc
    I agree, and that was the reason I didn't read the article. It was clear to me that Clear Linux would be the title, the title would have been waay better making this explicit.

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  • dungeon
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    Originally posted by deant View Post
    true that but Clear beats on all fronts...
    Not on all, but on majority of benchmarks here.

    Well, Debian supports 10 official and 10 unofficial architectures, obviosly that does not aim to be just next ultimate Playstation So, if Buster currently rolls like this on average it is great for what it is. Even this is greater than expected to me

    Originally posted by deant View Post
    they must be doing something better than everyone else.
    What? You asked for games and here in 3 games tested it is better about 5% more fps on average, is that difference you care much about?

    You can optimize kernel build for Desktop and to gain these 5% but also to lose 5% somewhere else - so that is nothing
    Last edited by dungeon; 26 October 2018, 03:51 AM.

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  • deant
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    Originally posted by dungeon View Post
    Debian kernels are optimized more for servers, so i am surprised that beats anything on the Desktop... so that is why i said Buster The Great, i expecting Debian to be optimal, so always somewhere in the middle, but instead it won silver medal here
    true that but Clear beats on all fronts ... they must be doing something better than everyone else.

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  • dungeon
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    Debian kernels are optimized more for servers, so i am surprised that beats anything on the Desktop... so that is why i said Buster The Great, i expecting Debian to be optimal, so always somewhere in the middle, but instead it won silver medal here

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  • deant
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    2 things:
    1. Vray on linux? - how?
    2. so now Clear dominates also the game segment in linux? Its time for debian and the others to pick this intel optimisation, because they fall behind badly.

    debian fan+user here.

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  • dungeon
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    Great Buster perf, only that it must Freeze during next winter/spring season, but at least summer will be harassment free for everybody again
    Last edited by dungeon; 26 October 2018, 02:34 AM.

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  • ermo
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    I'd be interested to know why the boot times of Fedora 29 and Ubuntu 18.10 are so high out of the box? We're talking 25 seconds vs. half that for the Ubuntu LTS and a tenth of that for e.g. Clear Linux? What gives?

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  • mblm
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    <i>Processor Details</i>
    <i>Clear Linux 25720: Scaling Governor: intel_pstate performance</i>

    All other distributions: <i>Scaling Governor: intel_pstate powersave</i>

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