It is really too broad question. Better for what usage case? What you need from such RDBMS?
You can compare performance as single statement running explicitly or multimple statements one by one, simple queries or complicated one, multiple connections with one statement, multiple connections with multiple, multiple connections with multiple but totally random statements.
You can compare time taken, numer of queries, resources used...
You can also compare how easy it is to use, configure and admin it.
You can compare in wihich other scenarion you can use some DB as eg. Firebird Embeded.
And other comparision…
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