AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Performance On Windows 10 vs. Six Linux Distributions
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 26 June 2020. Page 3 of 8. 25 Comments

With the LeelaChessZero AI chess benchmark, Windows 10 did lose out to the Linux operating systems tested but wasn't too far behind Manjaro, the slowest of the distributions tested. Ubuntu 20.10 in its current development state paired with Linux 5.7 led to the strongest performance when using the chess program's Eigen back-end.

To some surprise, Windows 10 had a narrow win over the Linux distributions for the NAMD performance -- should you be wanting to run NAMD on a budget laptop is another story.

The MrBayes molecular biology program meanwhile is a different story with its Windows 10 performance being very poor when using its official binaries.

With the BLAKE2 crypto program, Windows 10 and Ubuntu were running slower than the rest.

The Golang performance continues to be in the same running as the Linux distributions.

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