Regardless of the two years the processor from 4 core to 8 or even 16 core situation, from the CPU performance alone, it is generally believed that the past few years CPU is in the squeeze toothpaste upgrade, the reasonis is understand. The question is, if it spans ten years, how much better CPU performance is today than it was in 2009?
针对这个问题，国外播主What’s a Creel?使用K10架构的Phenom II 810处理器与酷睿i7-8750H处理器做了对比，前者是09年发布的，4核4线程，2.6GHz频率，后者是去年发布的，6核12线程，频率2.2-4.1GHz，前后加起来跨度正好十年了。
The test he used was Phenom II Benchmark, which is already open source on Github and downloaded here. This test does not involve memory speed, no GPU, no OS system, no PCI or other peripherals, basically is a pure CPU instruction performance test software, the result of the test is the number of instructions executed by the CPU per second, the benchmark is the Phenom II 810 processor.
From the results of the last part of the video, the CPU performance of the Pheonom II 810 processor is 41.361 billion instructions per second, and the Core i7-8750H processor is 315.8 billion instructions per second, which is 7.633 times the performance of the former.
Considering that the 8750H is still a 45W laptop processor, 10 times performance should be similar if it were a desktop version of the 95W processor.
In the reader’s comments below, the results of other processors have also been posted, with core i9-9900K overclocking to full-core 5Ghz processors performing 562.2 billion times per second, 14 times the Phenom II 810 processor, and the 32-core Ryzen TRTR The 3970X processor delivers 1627 billion instructions per second, 39 times that of the Phenom II 810 processor.
In short, in 10 years of this node, how much CPU processor performance improved? Regardless of the relong TR such a platform, the mainstream market compared to ten years ago the core number has doubled, improve at least 10 times the performance is no problem, this is the CPU core number and frequency on the double crushing pressure to do, if the comparison with the same frequency core, it is estimated to be a little disappointed.