Some Fresh Intel Core, AMD Ryzen Benchmarks On Ubuntu 17.10 + Linux 4.13
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 4 October 2017 at 07:14 AM EDT. 9 Comments
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For those wanting to see some fresh Linux CPU benchmarks with various AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors, here are some benchmarks with Ubuntu 17.10 paired with its Linux 4.13 kernel build.

I've been working on some tests as part of a larger comparison for our upcoming Intel Coffeelake benchmarks. For those just wanting to see how various Intel/AMD CPUs are running on Ubuntu 17.10, here are those numbers. This is also with the latest BIOS on all of the motherboards, including the most updated AGESA code, for those interested in the evolving Ryzen performance.

More benchmarks and more CPU tests coming up shortly on Phoronix in our Coffeelake reviews, so just take this as a teaser or however you wish.










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