7-Way Linux Distribution Comparison For Summer 2016
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 23 June 2016. Page 2 of 5. 32 Comments

First up with the benchmark of the widely-used SQLite embedded database software, Clear Linux 8900 was in first place followed by Ubuntu and Debian. If this is your first time hearing of Clear Linux or not seeing any of our past distribution comparisons, Clear Linux ships with aggressive compiler defaults and other performance optimizations not often seen by other mainstream Linux distributions.

Clear Linux was also leading when it came to other disk benchmarks. Some other differences with Clear Linux is that they use the CPUFreq scaling driver by default rather than P-State and relevant to this disk testing is that it set a stripe=256 mount option by default.

Ubuntu 16.04 led for the Intel Skylake graphics performance out-of-the-box with the Tesseract game.

With the Xonotic benchmarking, Debian Testing and Antergos 16.6-Rolling were leading.

Antergos and Debian Testing were also out in front of the Intel Skylake testing with GpuTest.

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