Windows 10 vs. Linux Performance On The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3970X
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 29 November 2019. Page 8 of 10. 21 Comments

For the libjpeg-turbo benchmark that is threaded, the Windows 10 performance was basically the same as the five Linux distributions under test.

Windows 10 did record a rare first place finish for the Optcarry Ruby benchmark.

Clear Linux and Ubuntu were running the Python benchmark the fastest while Windows 10 was a short distance behind CentOS/RHEL 8.

Windows 10 came in second to the last for the NeatBench proprietary video editor benchmark.

With the popular cross-platform GeekBench 5, the multi-core performance was about 10% faster on Linux while the single-threaded performance was generally less than a 2% difference.

The proprietary Novabench with its RAM metric saw the Windows 10 performance the same as Linux.


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