There were recently some benchmark tests done. Some claim gcj produced code is native-complied GCJ modules are almost always about 30-40% faster than other implementations (at least on real world code). Others have micro-benchmarks that show that there are cases where gcj isn't as fast at all. But in the end you have to be careful about what you benchmark, or GCJ will just optimize away all non-used code :)
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