The Linux Performance For AMD Rome vs. Intel Cascade Lake One Year After Launch
Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 16 July 2020. Page 4 of 10. 7 Comments

With Intel's own oneDNN neural network library benchmark, the AMD Rome performance in some of the tests was recording better performance thanks to the Linux software improvements over the past year.

Similarly with Intel's OSPray that is also part of their oneAPI collection, the EPYC performance was recorded some improvements with the latest software stack while the Xeon Scalable 2nd Gen server performance was fairly flat.

Open Image Denoise as another oneAPI component saw a ~3% boost with EPYC but on Cascade Lake was just under 9% faster.


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