Liquorix 3.8 Kernel Has Some Performance Wins Over Linux

Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 15 April 2013. Page 3 of 4. 24 Comments

There wasn't any real change with the computational fluid dynamics workload presented by Dolfyn. Liquorix kernels are largely designed to optimize gaming and desktop workloads.

The libvpx video encoding performance was slightly better on the Liquorix kernel.

There wasn't much to see out of the x264 results besides Linux 3.8.6 being faster than Linux 3.8.0.

The Linux kernel build time is largely the same when compared to Linux 3.8.6.

There isn't much to see out of C-Ray.

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