DRM update for testing
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Tue Dec 20 01:43:37 PST 2005
Eric Anholt <eta at lclark.edu> wrote:
> Oliver Fromme wrote:
> > Freddie Cash <fcash at ocis.net> wrote:
> > > Running glxgears at 1024x768x16 gives me a decent 35 fps, compared
> > > to the 1 fps I used to get. :)
> > Uhm. Are you sure that you're running hardware-accelerated
> > OpenGL glxgears?
> > I get 48 fps at 1400x1050x32 -- in software, without any
> > hardware 3D acceleration. (It's a 1.6GHz Centrino notebook
> > with shared i915 graphics. 2D acceleration is enabled, of
> > course.)
> glxgears is not a benchmark.
That's right. I was not suggesting to use it as a real-
world benchmark, but rather as a rough indication whether
hardware acceleration is enabled at all or not.
If someone gets 1 fps (!) out of glxgears, something
is _seriously_ wrong, even with software rendering.
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