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Vdrift won't start with r600c because I don't have fbos, it says. With r600g it runs between 4-30 fps.
Weird, vdrift runs fine here with both r600c and r600g. r600c is still faster on my evergreen though. avg of 58 vs 38 fps. Of course fps depends on resolution, camera angle, track and many more factors, but your 30fps max is most probably because of vblank/anti-tearing code.
Torcs and Trigger runs but torcs is _really_ low on fps.
Yeah torcs is also low on fps here, both on r600c and r600g. If you do a practice run you get good fps, but as soon as you start a real race it crawls.
Hmm, I can even play vdrift on my HD3200. Which is about the lowest end GPU supported by r600c/g. Performance is virtually the same there between r600c and r600g. It's not as smooth as on my evergreen but it's playable. But aside from the fps, yes vdrift is difficult to play and requires some skill to master and which car you choose matters a lot, because they all have different physics and behave differently.
Well, I've been using r600g for a day now. Oh, actually I just reverted back to stock Maverick because I got random X crashes when using Gambit (commercial mesh generation software) through ssh -XC. Nothing showed up in the logs. It died nicely i.e. it logged me out without saying a word then I could log back in but obviously all my unsaved work was gone.
I only found this in syslog:
[ 6390.539688] radeon 0000:01:00.0: ffff8800c24e1c00 reserve failed for wait