CPU Compile Speed Benchmarks

Thanks to all for the bench results! I will manage this overview results table…

Desktop Ryzens 7600/7700/7900 WANTED - do you have one?

CPU OS LLVM Commit User Time CPU Mark Max TDP
Apple M3 Pro OSX Sonoma 18 2b0b506 jgaskins 2m25s 24270/4714 30W?
Apple M1 Max OSX Sonoma 17 2b0b506 jgaskins 3m10s 22009/3840 30W?
Apple M1 Pro OSX Sonoma 17 2b0b506 self 3m16s 21793/3812 30W?
Intel i9-14900K Linux 6.7.9 17 2b0b506 Blacksmoke16 3m20s 61057/4773 250W
Apple M1 Pro (*1) OSX Sonoma 17 2b0b506 daliborfilus 3m50s 21793/3812 30W?
Intel i7-14700KF Linux 6.1.0 17 2b0b506 daliborfilus 3m59s 53464/4489 250W
AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS Linux 6.7.9 17 2b0b506 zw963 4m32s 29045/3799 54W
AMD Ryzen 7 7735HS Linux 6.5.0 17 2b0b506 weirdbricks 6m3s 24245/3370 54W
Intel i7-1165G7 Linux 6.6.15 16 9d60848 Xen 6m58s 10304/2826 28W
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Linux 6.6.10 17 2b0b506 daliborfilus 10m7s 12282/2066 65W
Intel i7-3615QM (*2) OSX ? 17 2b0b506 vlazar 10m58s 5223/1714 45W
AMD Ryzen 7 3700U Linux 6.5.0 17 2b0b506 pfischer 12m42s 7449/2025 25W

Notes:

  1. This Apple M1 Pro from daliborfilus was tested on MacPorts and a few workarounds were needed - M1 Pro by self and M1 Max by jgaskins was tested on more common homebrew - maybe it makes some difference in compilation times
  2. MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2012)
  • Nice battle here between top Intels with single core turbo frequency 6GHz and Apple M1 CPUs with frequency 3,2Ghz, pretty impressive.
  • On OSX, homebrew is frendlier than MacPorts for building Crystal.
  • Top Intel CPUs are also pretty good heaters (14900KS has 320W TDP - MHz wars ended)
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