I have a Windows 10 SSD drive (for two games that would run some 3rd party add-ons under Linux) and a Manjaro Linux SSD drive for booting Linux (all Linux user data sits on a slower HDD). The Windows 10 side is not use for daily use so is a lot cleaner in terms of what (and how much) is installed.
That said, with the same graphics card and normal boot up with what auto starts, the Linux side shows a distinct edge.
Also, for comparison is the benchmark for my Core i7 CPU. The Big difference is the AMD has double the number of cores.