As I understand it, 4.6 is a very good overclocking of the AMD processor.sushi_eater wrote: ↑Tue Oct 06, 2020 9:46 pm
The result is 94 without huge pages. I'm using Factorio 1.0, Kernel 5.8.13, PDS scheduler, performance governor. There is a HUGE amount of TLB misses with standard pages (around 12'000'000/s with standard pages vs. 1'000'000/s with huge pages).
The CPU boosts to 4.625GHz.
94 versus 85 is also an excellent result!
Immediately the question is - are kernel tweaks possible only for Ryzen processors, or is there a comparable result for Intel processors too? And the second - if this is so good - why is it not in the main kernel, but must be enabled forcibly? However, these are rhetorical questions.
My main question is as follows.
The test map is very small and unpretentious. It works quite well even on 8 GB of RAM, maybe that's why there are few misses with large pages.
Could you please check my "little sandbox" on your system. True, you have only 32 GB of memory, this is too little
My map works with 48 GB of memory, the timings are really low due to the large volume) 19-19-19-38 @ 3333 MHZ, but at the same time it produces 37-38 UPS, it is still playable, but it is impossible to develop further: ((Or an offline script check, well, or at least run, and see the UPS in a few minutes, even while in one place.
A link to saving is in the topic about the sandbox in the topic about megabases, but I can also make a fresh save, the current one.
If not difficult For the truth. Vanil.