28-Way Linux CPU/System Comparison From Old To New
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 8 May 2018. Page 3 of 5. 15 Comments

This CPU-based renderer performance is also fun to see the progress with having used this CPU benchmark for many years and remembering when it would only run at dozens of frames per second.

The Assembly-written asmFish chess engine benchmark shows a great deal of performance evolution as well.

OpenSSL used to favor AMD CPU microarchitectures, but for current-generation hardware, Intel is running a fair amount faster.

Even 7-Zip compression will show a great deal of difference across the 28 systems tested.



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