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Benchmarks: Dual Core Linux Performance

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AMD dual-core CPU's vs. Intel dual-core CPU's under Linux...
Today's benchmarking will be a little different than Linux benchmarks we have done in the past. While we are still keeping strict usage controls and assuring that our benchmarks are 100% replicable, we are also looking more at the quality of performance rather than just the raw numbers. A fluid experience on a Linux machine that is slightly slower than a sporadic Windows alternative would be a design win for Linux - at least in our opinion. Naturally, since we have some very nice processors from Intel and AMD, we can do a slightly more traditional comparison of each of those processors against each other in the various scenarios.
 read more | mail this link | score:7554 | -Ray, July 5, 2005 (Updated: October 26, 2005)
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