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Default Ubuntu 12.10 Is Faster On Intel Hardware

According to Phoronix, if you plan on running Ubuntu 12.10, you should probably do it on Intel hardware. While benchmarks have already indicated ARM performance improvements in Ubuntu 12.10, early testing of this "Quantal Quetzal" release has also revealed that Intel hardware is benefiting too from performance optimizations for this Linux operating system update due out in October.

http://www.hardocp.com/news/2012/08/...ntel_hardware/
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