GCC 5 Brings Some Performance Improvements For Intel Broadwell Systems
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 4 February 2015. Page 3 of 3. 1 Comment

In other tests, GCC 5 was just ever so slightly faster with this Intel Broadwell system.

FLAC and MP3 encoding times regressed slightly with the GCC 5 generated binaries.

HINT and Apache saw significant performance improvements with GCC 5 in its current stage of near-final development.

More of these benchmark results can be found via OpenBenchmarking.org. Coming soon will be tests from other hardware as the GCC 5 release approaches.

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