TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen 3 Continues Running Well As A Powerful AMD Ryzen 7 Linux Laptop

Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 2 April 2024 at 11:00 AM EDT. Page 4 of 4. 16 Comments.
7-Zip Compression benchmark with settings of Test: Compression Rating. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.
Speedb benchmark with settings of Test: Sequential Fill. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.
Speedb benchmark with settings of Test: Random Fill Sync. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.
RocksDB benchmark with settings of Test: Random Fill. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.
Stockfish benchmark with settings of Chess Benchmark. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.
OSPRay Studio benchmark with settings of Camera: 1, Resolution: 4K, Samples Per Pixel: 32, Renderer: Path Tracer, Acceleration: CPU. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.

Across a wide variety of workloads the TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen 3 was proving to be very capable.

CPU Power Consumption Monitor benchmark with settings of Phoronix Test Suite System Monitoring.
Geometric Mean Of All Test Results benchmark with settings of Result Composite, TUXEDO OS Laptops Pulse 14 Gen 3. TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 was the fastest.

When operating at its full TDP, the Ryzen 7 7840HS within the TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen 3 was running at around 1.53x the performance of the Acer Swift laptop with the common Ryzen 7 7840U SoC albeit at 2.31x the power overall. Granted within the TUXEDO Control Center you can easily alter your power/performance preference. Those wanting to dig through more TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen 3 benchmarks can find them here.

TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 Linux laptop

Thanks to TUXEDO Computers of Germany for allowing this testing to happen. Those wanting to learn more about the Pulse 14 Gen 3 AMD laptop can do so at TUXEDOComputers.com.

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