116 comparison tests: Intel Tostrengthen free speed 6% still not match AMD Dragon.

Phoronix recently conducted a grand test of Intel’s top-of-the-line Xeon Platinum 8280 (28 core 56 threads), as well as AMD’s top-of-the-line Dragon 7742 (64 core 128 threads), which formed a two-way system to see how their performance changed in the Linux environment a year ago.

One test system is Ubuntu 19.04, and one is the latest Ubuntu 20.10 Daily beta, which is based on the Linux 5.8 system kernel and the compiler is GCC 10.

116 comparison tests: Intel Tostrengthen free speed 6% still not match AMD Dragon.

With a total of 116 test projects, the results were surprising, with an average performance increase of 6% for Intel Xeon and a nearly 4% increase in AMD’s performance, and it looks like Intel is actually better in terms of systems, compilers, and software optimization, and can unlock more performance potential over time.

Embarrassingly, even so, Intel’s amd is still on average up to 14% behind AMD in all tests, and the hardware performance difference is not entirely formidable by software optimization.

116 comparison tests: Intel Tostrengthen free speed 6% still not match AMD Dragon.

116 comparison tests: Intel Tostrengthen free speed 6% still not match AMD Dragon.

116 comparison tests: Intel Tostrengthen free speed 6% still not match AMD Dragon.