- Jul 23, 2011
- 1,582 (0.49/day)
- Kaunas, Lithuania
|System Name||my box|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 7 2700X|
|Motherboard||ASRock Taichi x470 Ultimate|
|Cooling||NZXT Kraken x72|
|Memory||2×16GiB @ 3200MHz, some Corsair RGB led meme crap|
|Video Card(s)||AMD [ASUS ROG STRIX] Radeon RX Vega64 [OC Edition]|
|Storage||Samsung 970 Pro && 2× Seagate IronWolf Pro 4TB in Raid 1|
|Display(s)||Asus VG278H + Asus VH226H|
|Case||Fractal Design Define R6 Black TG|
|Audio Device(s)||Using optical S/PDIF output lol|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX1200i|
|Mouse||Razer Naga Epic|
|Keyboard||Das Keyboard Model S Ultimate|
|Benchmark Scores||118405.21 BogoMIPS|
Indeed.Give it a couple of years, everyone will
I see that the minimum FPS is slightly better on the Linux side while the max goes the other way around. More love for Pilediver on the free side?
Benchmarks I did (unpublished publicly) shows both Bulldozer and Piledriver get much more love under Tux' wing. And as *better not tell who* commented, that this is also related to microcode issues that are taken care of while on Linux, along with the "usual" Win7 scheduling issues. Also, there's one more possible BD&PD-related issue on Windoze I'd better not speak about.
P.S. On Win7, CPU scheduling is simply horrible when it comes to switching between active tasks.