A Few Windows 10 vs. Ubuntu Linux OpenGL Benchmarks With A Core i7 7700K
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 16 February 2017. Page 4 of 4. 20 Comments

Lastly are a few synthetic OpenGL micro-benchmarks with GpuTest.

The GpuTest results varied from Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.10 performing the same to Windows 10 Pro x64 having the advantage in Furmark and Triangle sub-tests.

That's the current OpenGL Windows vs. Ubuntu Linux performance figures for those curious with a Core i7 7700K with HD Graphics 630 (Kabylake GT2). If you didn't yet check them out, be sure to see our larger Radeon and NVIDIA comparisons from earlier this week.

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