Performance hit if switching from x86_64 to arm64?

For a few years, we’ve been running self-hosted Influx 1.x on an EC2 instance in AWS. This is currently on an R5a.2xlarge instance with 64GB of RAM (and an AMD x86_64 processor), and runs nicely. In order to save on hosting costs, we’re considering switching to one of the newer R6g-class instances, which run on AWS’s ARM-based Graviton2 processors.

Would arm64 be appropriate for hosting a relatively high-performance instance of Influx?

In my experience with other applications, arm64 works very well, but not sure whether that’s also likely to also be the case with Influx. Thought I’d ask here before making the jump. Thanks in advance for any pointers!