A Look At How The AMD EPYC Linux Performance Has Evolved Over The Past Year
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 11 June 2018. Page 2 of 5. 13 Comments

First up was the NAS Parallel Benchmarks' embarrassingly parallel synthetic test. The flagship EPYC 7601 processor was 6% faster with the latest Linux software and similar gains as well on the two smaller EPYC processors.

The Parboil OpenMP scientific workloads were faster in some tests while in other cases were roughly the same as the Ubuntu 16.04.4 stack.

The Java Gradle Build performance was about 7% faster with the latest software stack all while OpenJDK 8 was the version that was deployed on both versions of Ubuntu.

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