A Rolling Battle: Antergos vs. Clear Linux vs. openSUSE On Four Systems
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 5 September 2018. Page 2 of 5. 17 Comments

Kicking off this comparison with the CompileBench test, Clear Linux on all four systems was ahead of Antergos and openSUSE. Antergos was faster than openSUSE Tumbleweed on the Intel systems while on the Threadripper box the performance between these two distributions were very close. As a reminder, with this round of tests openSUSE is using EXT4 like Clear and Antergos.

Running some basic graphics benchmarks on the systems with Radeon graphics, Clear Linux had a small but noticeable lead followed by Antergos and then openSUSE. Stability issues in the graphics tests were also observed with openSUSE on the i9-7960X system.

The Golang tests were fairly mixed with Clear Linux leading in the HTTP sub-test, Antergos doing the best with the build test, and the other Go tests yielding similar performance between distributions.


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