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Ubuntu 2.6.22-9-generic Vs Ubuntu 2.6.22-9-My-architecture

In Ubuntu it is assumed a kernel for generic x86 support should be about as fast as a kernel suited for your arch. So lets see how true this is.
Interesting stuff:


Snappier? ….Yes
Faster? …….Yes
Is it worth the effort for the average user? No absolutely not, If I would use Ubuntu tomorrow with the generic kernel I probably would not notice the difference.
If you like tweaking, go for it.

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