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The WireGuard / Linux networking stack stress test is one of our newest test profiles and works on the latest Linux distributions shipping a supported kernel and also packaging the WireGuard Tools. Interestingly, Intel's Clear Linux performs very well for this test and was much faster than the other Linux distributions being benchmarked.
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When it came to the graphics performance with the Radeon RX 5500 graphics, on the Linux distributions supporting the Navi graphics, Clear Linux was delivering easily the fastest gaming performance.
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VIDEO

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When it came to AV1 video decoding with dav1d, Clear Linux and Fedora were delivering much stronger performance than the other distributions.
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SVT-AV1 video encoding meanwhile was led by Clear Linux but Fedora was delivering less competitive results here.
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Fedora did pop back up behind Clear Linux when the SVT-VP9 video encode performance.
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COMPILAZIONE

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CentOS Stream did pull out a very slight lead with the OpenVKL Open Volume Kernel Library developed by Intel.
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DATABASE

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For the LevelDB database workload, Clear Linux again was delivering much faster performance than these 2020 Linux distributions with the default compiler flags on each. CentOS Stream did rack up a few wins as well.
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PYTHON

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Fedora, openSUSE, and CentOS had noticeably lower Python performance than the others.
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Clear Linux was generally delivering the fastest Python performance.
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LIBRE OFFICE

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Clear Linux's GMIC was also the fastest of those tested.
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LibreOffice meanwhile had a slight performance lead on the Arch-based EndeavourOS.
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The RawTherapee RAW photography software was running the fastest on Fedora.
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FORTRAN

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CentOS and Fedora were picking up some leads with the Polyhedron Fortran benchmarks.
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But Tumbleweed also did well in some of the Fortran benchmarks.
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CONCLUSIONI

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In total 240 benchmarks successfully were run on each of the eight Linux distributions under test. Coming in first place the most was Clear Linux at 107 wins or 45% of the time followed by openSUSE Tumbleweed at 17% and then CentOS Stream at 10%.
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Coming in last place the most was openSUSE Tumbleweed at 23% followed by Ubuntu 20.04 at 16% and then Fedora Workstation at 15%.
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Ubuntu sempre molto performante,sto giro han fatto dei passi da gigante,clear e manjaro molto bene,ottimo lavoro
Debian la madre sempre grande..............

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Hai capito!!!!!

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Passi da gigante alcune distro.......

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