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    Default LLVMpipe rocks :)

    This is openarena@640x480 with lowest settings on my shitty Intel gma45:
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    niko2@laptop ~ $ openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 14.0 seconds 60.0 fps 6.0/16.7/57.0/3.0 ms
    Obiouvsly it's capped at 60fps by vsync.

    And this is with LLVMpipe on my *1.4Ghz* Core 2 duo ULV:
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    niko2@laptop ~ $ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 35.6 seconds 23.6 fps 22.0/42.3/794.0/15.0 ms
    Not bad for an 1.4GHz cpu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano
    Why don't you use timedemo 1 mode? Look at PTS.
    I don't want to use PTS. How can I use timedemo 1 mode without it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkbasic View Post
    Not bad for an 1.4GHz cpu
    I'm not wearing a red sweater at the moment, so that's impressive.

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    i get 216 points in 3dmark03 and the ARB shader backend in wined3d on a phenom 955 (the new glsl compiler crashs with game test 4)

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    Uhm... neverball seems to be buggy.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZT-semd9HU

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    With highest settings and 1280x800 resolution it is even more interesting:

    niko2@laptop ~ $ openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 16.7 seconds 50.3 fps 7.0/19.9/65.0/7.2 ms
    niko2@laptop ~ $ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 179.0 seconds 4.7 fps 116.0/213.1/2029.0/37.7 ms

    It means it can easily reach 30fps with an high end core i7 while an Intel gma4500 can do only 50fps. ROTFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkbasic View Post
    With highest settings and 1280x800 resolution it is even more interesting:

    niko2@laptop ~ $ openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 16.7 seconds 50.3 fps 7.0/19.9/65.0/7.2 ms
    niko2@laptop ~ $ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 openarena +exec anholt 2>&1 | egrep -e '[0-9]+ frames'
    840 frames 179.0 seconds 4.7 fps 116.0/213.1/2029.0/37.7 ms

    It means it can easily reach 30fps with an high end core i7 while an Intel gma4500 can do only 50fps. ROTFL
    Impressive. It is stable? I mean, if you use it for say KWin effects you get an usable desktop? Thanks

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    Maybe you can, but don't you have more interesting uses for your CPU? Any application stressing the CPU would be instantly noticeable in the GUI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whizse View Post
    Maybe you can, but don't you have more interesting uses for your CPU? Any application stressing the CPU would be instantly noticeable in the GUI.
    Jit compiling shaders is done on the soundcard?

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    Well, I just tested llvm in a kvm virtual machine (with cpu=native smp=4) and got 10fps in OpenBve (fullscreen@1024x768, anisotropic filtering 16x 100 to 400m viewing distance). The CPU is a Phenom II x4 940 BE@3.5 Ghz.

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