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Thread: Mac OS X 10.8 vs. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Performance

  1. #11
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    Default sna?

    How does this compare when using a more updated Mesa stack (rc2 is nice, but using git feels really up-to-date) and the --enable-sna flag for the intel driver? Looking at previous articles, it seems that it would squeeze a few extra fps, but not much. Still might be interesting.

    +1 to the battery benchmarks.

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    I'm waiting for a benchmark with Ubuntu 13.x with Wayland and Intel Graphics jeje.

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    Quite strange Nexuiz was so slow. I remeber an article in 2011 where intel linux graphics was almost on par with windows..... but not with sandy bridge if i remeber well. Would be very nice to have a Win vs Linux benchmark with intel sandy bridge IGP (on a PC not on apple hw).

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    Default OpenSSL performance

    I would like to know why Phoronix keeps placing OpenSSL benchmarks if OpenSSL is deprecated in OS X.

    http://ludovicrousseau.blogspot.com/...d-openssl.html

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...acos-10-7-lion

    Not surprisingly, OpenSSL has a very low performance on OS X. Is there a chance the Phoronix Test can be updated with Common Crypto?

    So we could see the security libraries Apple is working on and not the ones which are being phased out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidSan View Post
    I would like to know why Phoronix keeps placing OpenSSL benchmarks if OpenSSL is deprecated in OS X.

    http://ludovicrousseau.blogspot.com/...d-openssl.html

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...acos-10-7-lion

    Not surprisingly, OpenSSL has a very low performance on OS X. Is there a chance the Phoronix Test can be updated with Common Crypto?

    So we could see the security libraries Apple is working on and not the ones which are being phased out?
    I would like to know why there are compile benchmarks. OS X is using llvm and it is known it compiles faster, but the end result is much worse. Such tests are meaningless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraftman View Post
    I would like to know why there are compile benchmarks. OS X is using llvm and it is known it compiles faster, but the end result is much worse. Such tests are meaningless.
    The end result was also tested.

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    Plzz Battery life Benchmark!!!!

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