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Windows 10 vs. Ubuntu 19.10 vs. Clear Linux Performance On The Dell Ice Lake Laptop

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  • #11
    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post
    Michael, it would be interesting to see a benchmark of Clear vs Arch with the unofficial Clear Linux kernel (available from AUR or a 3rd party repo) as well. Been using that for some time now and Arch is buttery fast and smooth now.
    Wait!
    So Arch wasn't fast & smooth before?

    The reason for the improved feeling is down to the higher kernel ticks of Clear's kernel vs. Arch's: 1000 Hz against 300 Hz.

    Now, if you were to use Canonical's "lowlatency" kernel (1000 Hz + PREEMPT) and combine that with some basic tweaks [performance governor & kyber IO-scheduler & swappiness=1 & nowatchdog & irqbalance & triple-buffering & some more I can't remember right now] your mind probably wouldn't even be able to handle all the awesomness!

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Linuxxx View Post

      Wait!
      So Arch wasn't fast & smooth before?
      Arch was, but Plasma and Vivaldi (on every DE) weren't. Sorry, should've clarified that.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Etherman View Post

        7z bench is only in ram. It doesn't create files.
        The OS shouldn't even be a difference then, perhaps 7z is performing memory allocation inside the hot path (since that differs between OS:es) or it's the change in compilers as danger suggested.

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