Trinitycore Compile Time in AMD / Intel

Hi guys, I’m going to buy new hardware for reducing compile time in Trinity core. I have heard about Ryzen, it had more core and threads but haven’t tested its performance. I just want to ask anyone have Ryzen CPU can share compile time? :smiley:

It takes about ~5 minutes on my 6700K. Just for your interest.

Are you compiling a recent 3.3.5 or master?

A recent 3.3.5.

About the same on Ryzen 5 1600. 5-6 minutes for 3.3.5.

A small summary:
i7-6700K 4GHz 4cores 8threads 5min
Ryzen5 1600 3.20GHz 6cores 12threads 5-6min
i5-3570K 3.40GHz 4cores 4threads 8min
Intel Xeon E3-1231 3.4GHz 4cores 8threads 5min
i7-2820 QM 3.4GHz 4cores 8threads 5-6min

for building 3.3.5

I was actually expecting a larger difference.. hm.
mmap extraction probably shows a lot bigger difference. But guess that isnt as helpful.

Also OS AND compiler can make big differences.

mine was win 7 ssd with:

i7-2820 QM : 5.5 minutes

Xeon-1231v3: 4.75 minutes

i wonder how strong ryzen series with 8 cores 16 threads, is it possible can go for 2 minutes for fresh compile? ( with ssd and dedicated Ram for sure ).

what OS and compiler can give the fastest compile? :smiley:

Debian 9 with clang.

Thank you for the information, i’m trying Debian 9 to compare with Ubuntu 17 18 :smiley:

I just finished my new test server build;

Windows Server 2016
i9-7900x 10 cores 20 threads @ 3.3GHz: 2 minutes 54 seconds
3.3.5 branch

damn, is that dedicated server :smiley:

Primarily using it for virtualization, so not entirely dedicated, but you could call it my own physical VPS test rig

Yo, can you tell me how to compile in Debian 9 with clang, in document page was only introduce compile with gcc :smiley:

you need new glasses, since months ago tc wiki is using clang to compile tc.

https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/tc/pages/10977288/Linux+Requirements

you are damn right :smiley: