Python 3.11 Performance Benchmarks Show Huge Improvement

Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 25 October 2022. Page 3 of 3. 41 Comments
Python 3.11 Benchmarks
Python 3.11 Benchmarks
Python 3.11 Benchmarks
Python 3.11 Benchmarks
Python 3.11 Benchmarks
Python 3.11 Benchmarks

Python 3.11 has performance optimizations around its start-up time, various frame optimizations, inlined Python function calls, and much more as outlined in the 3.11 release notes.

Python 3.11 Benchmarks

From the testing I've done on Python 3.11 with the Ryzen 9 5950X on Ubuntu 22.10, Python 3.11 was coming in at 32% faster than the prior releases with the set of Python benchmarks utilized.

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