AMD Renoir Seeing Nice Uplift Moving From Ubuntu 20.04 To 22.04 LTS

Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 4 May 2022. Page 6 of 6. 11 Comments
OnLogic - Ubuntu 20.04 vs. 22.04

SQLite performance improved with Ubuntu 22.04 on both systems.

OnLogic - Ubuntu 20.04 vs. 22.04
OnLogic - Ubuntu 20.04 vs. 22.04

Redis performance was also better on both systems tested when using the new Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.

OnLogic - Ubuntu 20.04 vs. 22.04

It's contingent upon what workloads are most important to you, but overall Ubuntu 22.04 LTS was showing off some nice advantages on both systems. But in the case of the AMD Ryzen 7 4800U "Renoir" it tended to have the most to benefit from the new Ubuntu 22.04 LTS from the Vega graphics consistently showing better performance to various other system/CPU workloads enjoying nice gains over Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS.

OnLogic - Ubuntu 20.04 vs. 22.04

If taking the geometric mean of the dozens of different benchmarks carried out, the Ryzen 7 4800U OnLogic system was 8.6% faster going from Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS while the Core i7 10700T overall came out flat. On either system there weren't any big Ubuntu 22.04 performance regressions to worry about with the exception of the Comet Lake graphics that I'll be looking at more separately to see if that is a widespread Intel Gen9 graphics problem or not.

See all of the individual benchmarks in full via this result page.

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