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Old 06-06-19, 01:28 PM
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As a direct comparison here is my now old 1600

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Old 07-06-19, 11:59 PM
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You won't go in depth because you don't really understand it. Lol. Just like linus. Sure he created linux. But it seems he stopped evolving and can't keep up with the times.
And he said that years ago about geekbench3. Don't be a sheep that blindly follows and spouts the same unfounded claims just so you would look smart on the interwebz

By your linux having a better gb score than your windows score just means linux used the hardware better or it has better performance/programming/interpreter than windows. Cross platform means it can run on multiple os without changes to its code...just like java.

Just as long as it is not programmed for a specific brand then it should be no problem.

Originally Posted by Gothmoth View Post
only problem is that geekbench is pretty useless.

not going into depth here but linus torwald and others wrote about it.
you can find it on reddit.

only one thing.. geekbench is meant as cross platform benchmark.

yet my TR has double the performance under linux (compared to windows).

most of the test are said to fit into the L3 cache.

there is so much wrong about geekbench i would not even know where to start.
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