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3900x - Windows 10 1809 vs Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS Testing

So I have an interesting one for you guys... I posted this in another thread, but it got buried, and I realized it probably wasn't the best place to post it anyways. I am hoping some of you find this interesting as well.

This was inspired by @Keith Myers . Him and I are over in the ASUS Forums, and we wanted to run Benchmarks that could be comparable across platforms. He is on Ubuntu 18.04, and I am on Windows 10. He is clocked 100Mhz Lower than I, but was SMOKING me in the same tests. This was across Geek Bench, and Blender Benchmark.

So I RUFUS'd Ubuntu on a USB, installed it to a Spare SSD, got all my drivers set up, then Ran my Benchmarks again, and I ended up pulling ahead. Its a DRASTIC Difference. I always knew Linux had an edge, I just didn't expect it to be so BIG.

Anyways, I have run Geek Bench 4 and Blender Benchmark. Same exact version, with the same Overclock, same everything, just One On Ubuntu, and One on Windows. Also Keep in mind, this is a pretty sanitized Windows Installation but there are still services and HWinfo running during the Benchmark run, but GeekBench/Blender is in High Priority mode to counter that a bit. Also keep in mind there could be a performance uplift to going to 1903 due to the AMD "Windows Scheduler Fix" supposedly in 1903. I plan to test that theory soon in a different post, so you might be able to get higher scores than I in Windows at the same settings, but I still thought this was a pretty interesting test...

Check out this MASSIVE difference, especially in the Interger Score...

4225Mhz All Core OC / 3800 Mhz CL16 Ram / 1900 Mhz IF - On Both Benchmarks

Windows 10 Enterprise 1809:
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14279386

Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS
https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14272021

Blender Benchmarks, Same Settings. Not as drastic of a difference, but still decent.

Windows 10 Enterprise 1809:
https://opendata.blender.org/benchma...f-8ee951d4128b

Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS:
https://opendata.blender.org/benchma...c-47bc1b65d633

Thats a 18% Uplift for Ubuntu Over Windows in the Classroom Benchmark... Any Thoughts?

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So I have an interesting one for you guys... I posted this in another thread, but it got buried, and I realized it probably wasn't the best place to post it anyways. I am hoping some of you find this interesting as well.



This was inspired by @Keith Myers . Him and I are over in the ASUS Forums, and we wanted to run Benchmarks that could be comparable across platforms. He is on Ubuntu 18.04, and I am on Windows 10. He is clocked 100Mhz Lower than I, but was SMOKING me in the same tests. This was across Geek Bench, and Blender Benchmark.



So I RUFUS'd Ubuntu on a USB, installed it to a Spare SSD, got all my drivers set up, then Ran my Benchmarks again, and I ended up pulling ahead. Its a DRASTIC Difference. I always knew Linux had an edge, I just didn't expect it to be so BIG.



Anyways, I have run Geek Bench 4 and Blender Benchmark. Same exact version, with the same Overclock, same everything, just One On Ubuntu, and One on Windows. Also Keep in mind, this is a pretty sanitized Windows Installation but there are still services and HWinfo running during the Benchmark run, but GeekBench/Blender is in High Priority mode to counter that a bit. Also keep in mind there could be a performance uplift to going to 1903 due to the AMD "Windows Scheduler Fix" supposedly in 1903. I plan to test that theory soon in a different post, so you might be able to get higher scores than I in Windows at the same settings, but I still thought this was a pretty interesting test...



Check out this MASSIVE difference, especially in the Interger Score...



4225Mhz All Core OC / 3800 Mhz CL16 Ram / 1900 Mhz IF - On Both Benchmarks



Windows 10 Enterprise 1809:

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14279386



Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14272021



Blender Benchmarks, Same Settings. Not as drastic of a difference, but still decent.



Windows 10 Enterprise 1809:

https://opendata.blender.org/benchma...f-8ee951d4128b



Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS:

https://opendata.blender.org/benchma...c-47bc1b65d633



Thats a 18% Uplift for Ubuntu Over Windows in the Classroom Benchmark... Any Thoughts?
My friend, where csn I get the Rufus ubuntu usb to do the same? Can you submit ubuntu run scores on hwbot?

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My friend, where csn I get the Rufus ubuntu usb to do the same? Can you submit ubuntu run scores on hwbot?

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Well this is going to sound funny, but I have never used HWbot, lol. I am sure I can though.

So go to this Link: http://releases.ubuntu.com/18.04/ubu...ktop-amd64.iso

Thats the Direct Download Link for Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

Then Go To This Link: https://github.com/pbatard/rufus/rel.../rufus-3.6.exe

Thats the Direct Download Link for Rufus.

Get yourself a USB Thumb Drive, at least 8GB is Preferable, make sure you are comfortable deleting everything on it, if you aren't, make sure you back everything up first. Then Follow these directions:

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Hi,
1809 isn't a good build
1709 was that I know of benchmarked the best.

But yes linux doesn't have near as much interference as windows 10
Just windows defender alone can be a real pain then you get into all the other resource sucking apps platform crap in the way

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