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Linux 6.0 Merges The AMD Performance Fix For The Old "Dummy Wait" Workaround

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  • kapqa
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    yes, hello , my computer runs windows 7 + ubuntu (zen3) and i have to admit , that windows 7 is quicker.
    but i still prefer linux, notwithstanding.

    only, the newer Linux seems a bit slow, to be fair. Benchmarks seems to suggest otherwise, but my guts dont agree.


    To be honest, if such a AMD fix exist, it should be incorporated into Ubuntu 22.04 LTS asap, now running 5.19, that should be not so difficult, or am i wrong?

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  • DareDevil73
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    Should be possibile to backport this patch to older LTS kernels such the most recent 5.15?‚Äč

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  • Sin2x
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    Originally posted by jorgepl View Post

    same browser version?
    Yes, the same.

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  • jorgepl
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    Originally posted by Sin2x View Post

    The most difference I noticed was when using the browser, so it's not exactly related to the distro.
    same browser version?

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  • Sin2x
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    Originally posted by jorgepl View Post

    maybe it's the animations or the graphics card. It shouldn't be in theory, AntiX is significantly lighter...
    The most difference I noticed was when using the browser, so it's not exactly related to the distro.

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  • jorgepl
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    Originally posted by Sin2x View Post

    I compared them on Intel U7300 1.3GHz ultramobile CPU -- Win7 32-bit is noticeably snappier in desktop use.
    maybe it's the animations or the graphics card. It shouldn't be in theory, AntiX is significantly lighter...

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  • Sin2x
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    Originally posted by jorgepl View Post

    I strongly struggle to believe Windows 7 runs better than AntiX
    I compared them on Intel U7300 1.3GHz ultramobile CPU -- Win7 32-bit is noticeably snappier in desktop use.

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  • TNZfr
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    That's what I saw ...
    But on my Ryzen 7 pro 5850U, 5.19.12 changed significativly the whole behaviour. I just can't wait to test it on my 5950x at home after leaving office.

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  • birdie
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    Not included in just released 5.19.12

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  • sinepgib
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    Originally posted by rob11311 View Post
    That's a very narrow attitude, Linux supports a huge vareity of processors, many of them that were never running desktops and kernel developers have benefited hugely over time by scaling well and NOT killing things for trivial reasons.
    By your own logic, Linux Kernel devs should drop "current PCs" entirely and focus on HPC, server & Android devices where they have the most market penetration, and simply leave the dying legacy Wintel desktop platform to Microsloth's WSL.
    Prioritizing something doesn't necessarily mean dropping everything else. It means, in case of conflicting needs, you bias in favor of your priority.

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