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 3 of 5. 13 Comments

The TTSIOD 3D renderer saw significant gains as well with the latest software advances over the past year. The EPYC 7601 processor came in at 9% faster while the EPYC 7351P was about 7% and the EPYC 7401P saw the most significant difference at 14%.

The 7-Zip compression benchmark came in slightly faster with the newer software stack.

While the Stockfish and asmFish chess engine benchmarks were of the few cases where using the 2018 Linux/open-source components were a tiny bit slower.

The ebizzy benchmark that tries to model server workload performance saw huge improvements with the latest code, though keep in mind the test itself is synthetic and doesn't directly map to a given web server program.


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