One of the advantages of multiphase machine is the capability of fault tolerance. Variety of post-fault control methods based on hysteresis, proportional-integral (PI), proportional resonant (PR) and model predictive controller (MPC) have gradually been developed. Due to simple structure and decoupling of reduced-order matrix, it is used as an alternative to the Clarke matrix in the healthy mode when the fault happens. Although a lot of control methods adopted a reduced-order matrix as the basic derived technology, the performance of controllers is different, and they need to be compared in term of specific applications in fault tolerance. For this propose, the paper deals with the steady-state and dynamic performance of four current control methods, hysteresis control, PI control, PR control and model predictive control in open-circuit fault. The results shows that the PR control method has low torque ripple, copper loss and derating in healthy and post-fault stage, and the MPC control method has low torque ripple in fault stage and fast response capability after applying fault-tolerant methods.