Intel Core i9 11900K: Five Linux Distros Show Sizable Lead Over Windows 11
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 26 October 2021. Page 3 of 5. 30 Comments

In some benchmarks like the TSCP chess program, Windows 11 could at least tango with Linux.

With the open-source LuxCoreRender rendering software, Windows 11 did pick up two wins for scenes that tends not to scale as well as the others, while the rest of the time was in last.

The dav1d AV1 decoding performance on Windows does tend to be similar to that of Linux thanks to the relentless hand-tuned Assembly code worked on by the VideoLAN developers.

For video encoding workloads, Intel's Clear Linux OS performs very well thanks to its aggressive default compiler flags, performance governor tuning, and various other default optimizations.

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