Initial Benchmarks Of Fedora Workstation 34 Beta On AMD Ryzen + Radeon
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 31 March 2021. Page 5 of 5. 23 Comments

OpenSCAD as packaged in Fedora is running marginally faster with Fedora 34.

In the web browser tests using the packaged Firefox builds, Fedora 33 updates and Fedora 34 Beta both on more recent versions of Firefox tended to perform slower in various browser benchmarks compared to the state of Firefox when Fedora first shipped.

Out of some 90 benchmarks carried out with Fedora on this particular system, Fedora 34 Beta came in first place around 39% of the time. It was also often about timed with the Fedora 33 updated configuration that came in first place 43% of the time. When taking the geometric mean of all 90 results, Fedora 33 Updates and Fedora 34 Beta were about 10% faster than the initial state of Fedora 33 on this AMD Ryzen + Radeon GPU system. See all the benchmarks in full over on OpenBenchmarking.org.

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