* And having problems reporting meaningful BZ as the send bug report dialog simply hangs.
I'm really worried about Intel performance with Fedora 19. I tried Fedora 19 Beta today. Obviously it has got newer drivers than my current F18 install, but performance was poor (windows movement, animations). Intel performance has been great for me since Ubuntu 11.04, through Fedora 18. In the desktop everything have been 'flying', always better than both crp* radeon open-source driver and fglrx. Not so much with Fedora 19.
Well, I've been holding back with reporting bugs for F18 since F19 is not to far away. Looks like I'll have to step on it with F19.
But I haven't seen anyone else, anywhere, indicate any particular problem with 'Intel performance'. Are you sure you're not seeing something else, Bucic? Have you checked performance monitors to see if there's any obvious culprit? Perhaps you're running into one of the logging bugs, or the dconf bug, and something's running your CPU to 100%?
One more thing. It was all identical between the freshly installed TC6 and updated TC6.
I've just did a small test on the TC6-1 Live version, same I used for installation I mentioned earlier. Well, CPU load is easily below 5%, stable. When I bring the activities, back and forth the CPU load jumps to 20% and remains there until I stop poking activities view. Then it settles back below 5% CPU load.
I have to re-adjust my descriptions. I looked into it more carefully. It appears that everything is smooth in the desktop... except the Activities transition (in and out). Odly even the workspaces sidepanel animation within Activities is smooth! Scrolling in Firefox is also smooth on websites like this forums. Very weird but it has to be reported. Activities in/out animation is VITAL for desktop experience. It may well be the reason why I finally ditched Ubuntu - the main desktop elements there were slow to appear and fade away, with no perspective of improvement.Code:glxinfo | grep renderer OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Mobile Intel® GM45 Express Chipset