LLVM Clang 13 Performance Is In Great Shape For Intel Xeon "Ice Lake"
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 26 August 2021. Page 3 of 3. 5 Comments

Clang 13's performance overall certainly continues moving in the right direction. Similar to the recent AMD EPYC compiler benchmarks, Clang 13 on Intel's latest-generation Xeon Platinum 8380 "Ice Lake" is also looking like a pleasant six month upgrade for this widely-used, open-source compiler stack.

97 different benchmarks were carried out for this Ice Lake + Clang 11/12/13 compiler testing. From the geometric mean of all the C/C++ benchmarks carried out on this Intel Ice Lake Linux server, Clang 13 on average was around 3.5% faster than Clang 12 that was just released this spring.

Look for the LLVM/Clang 13.0 official release to happen around the end of September with more benchmarks still to come on Phoronix.

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