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    skeevy420
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    Nice. Especially since Schedutil was used with 21.10. Anecdotally, with games I tended to have better results (fps, frame time, feels) with Performance and OnDemand. On my old Xeons I found that Schedutil was more keen to both hold it lower and ramp it lower faster than OnDemand (acting more like Conservative). Since my Zen 2 desktop has adequate cooling one of my first tweaks is to install cpupower and switch to Performance. I wonder if that's less or not necessary now?

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  • lamka02sk
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    I think we need this kind of benchmark for kernel to see how the performance changed in the past few years.

    Also I think the regressions here mostly point to the Firefox itself than drivers. Mozilla really needs to focus on Firefox's performance, not bs.

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  • phoronix
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  • Ubuntu 19.10 To 21.10: AMD Zen 2 + Radeon Performance On Linux Over Two Years

    Phoronix: Ubuntu 19.10 To 21.10: AMD Zen 2 + Radeon Performance On Linux Over Two Years

    With Ubuntu 21.10 due for release this week I've been running various Ubuntu Linux performance comparisons across a variety of hardware and overall this new release is looking to be in great shape. One of the tests I recently carried out for curiosity is seeing how the AMD Zen 2 performance has evolved now over the past two years on Linux going from Ubuntu 19.10 to Ubuntu 21.10.

    https://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=30591
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