Kuwait Linux User Group

AMD Venice v. San Diego Core Performance tested on Linux
Date: Monday, September 19, 2005 @ 23:35:25 EDT
Topic: hardware

Venice performed better than San Diego across the board, and it isn't too difficult to conclude that the extra speed offered no advantage in terms of file archiving and extraction; hard drive RPM and cache are the influencing factors that determine the speed of these actions. When compiling using GCC was really the only benchmark that decisively showed the San Diego as the clear winner over the Venice

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