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    Ubuntu 21.04 generally faster than Win10 on Ryzen 5500U

    Phoronix has been doing more benchmarks. This time the same hardware with Win10 and Ubuntu 21.04 are compared.

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...0-ubuntu&num=6
    Ubuntu 21.04 and other Linux distributions continue working out fairly well with the Ryzen 5 5500U / Lenovo IdeaPad 3 15. Not a bad 6 core / 12 thread laptop at all for $450 USD, if the 8GB RAM is enough for you.
    It wasn't a blowout. A composite of the benchmark scores shows that Ubuntu is about 2% faster overall, but in the "win" comparison, Ubuntu won 63% of the time.

    For me personally, the Ryzen 5 CPUs are the sweet spot for price/performance/watts. I've been limiting my CPU purchases to 65W or less the last 5 yrs and my power bill has shown those choices. Ryzen 5700 is a 95W desktop CPU. The Ryzen 5600 is a 65W CPU and about as fast as the 1st-Gen Ryzen 9 CPUs. CPU performance really has progressed for both Intel and AMD the last few years.

    Just imagine how much faster Xubuntu would be than Win10 on this same hardware!

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    Re: Ubuntu 21.04 generally faster than Win10 on Ryzen 5500U

    I run an 8th gen i5 and say Windows is slightly faster at some things, Ubuntu slightly faster at other things, it's pretty even. Ubuntu is ran as a guest in vbox. I suppose if I dual boot Ubuntu would have a advantage. With multi core machines everything is fast and yes I'm happy with 8G of ram. I split guest and host resources 50/50.

    My processor has a max draw of 25 watts and typical is 15. Mobile technology is amazing. I only run Intel because everyone knows change is bad I want my next desktop computer powered by i7/i9; 6 or 8 core. i7 + 6 core = good price

    I shortly ran Budgie a guest session. And yes it was fast, but when comparing fast with faster the difference does not seem to matter that much to me.

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