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    Phoronix: GpuTest Now Runs On Mesa, Gallium3D Drivers

    Our friends at Geeks3D have updated their GpuTest program so that its OpenGL 3.x benchmarks will work under the Mesa and Gallium3D open-source Linux graphics drivers...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQxMDI

  • #2
    WARNING it doesnt extract in its own subdir

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pheldens View Post
      WARNING it doesnt extract in its own subdir
      hah thanks for the heads up.

      Anybody know how I can get this to work with crossfire?

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      • #4
        OpenBenchmark sucks

        http://openbenchmarking.org/s/Intel%...on%20HD%205000

        "Intel Athlon HD 5000 is a processor. This product is part of the Athlon series and is available from Intel. The Intel Athlon HD 5000 has been tested via the Phoronix Test Suite in the configurations listed below."

        LOL

        It is just random garbage shit data. Makes no sense at all.

        I'll use that with my Nvidia Radeon and my AMD GeForce card! LOL!

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        • #5
          What had to be changed in order for it to work?

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          • #6
            Quick not-real-benchmark conditions comparison of windowed tests on my notebook with amd enduro with open source radeonsi / prime xfwin4 compositing:

            Code:
            Test      | HD 7970M | Ivy Bridge 4000
            furmark         6               15
            volplosion      50              12
            piano           -               4
            plot3d       160-240            ~60
            triangle       600              2600
            on radeonsi piano either segfaults or gives
            Code:
            LLVM ERROR: Cannot select: 0x7fd709179780: ch = store 0x7fd709179880, 0x7fd7084eee10, 0x7fd708509ba0, 0x7fd7084eeb10<ST4[%580]> [ORD=661] [ID=580]
              0x7fd7084eee10: i32 = Constant<0> [ID=11]
              0x7fd708509ba0: i64 = add 0x7fd7084f0220, 0x7fd708509990 [ORD=405] [ID=84]
                0x7fd7084f0220: i64 = FrameIndex<0> [ID=20]
                0x7fd708509990: i64 = Constant<96> [ID=51]
              0x7fd7084eeb10: i64 = undef [ID=9]
            latest git code and random llvm 3.4 snapshot, so not unexpected.

            triangle might be skewed by prime.

            Rest doesn't work.

            Would be nice for driver developers if it was open source.

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            • #7
              Quick test with an A10 6800K:
              sb vs llvm
              http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...UT-1307139UT82

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              • #8
                Originally posted by AJenbo View Post
                What had to be changed in order for it to work?
                I know that the previous version used OpenGL 3.2, which meant you had to set a few environment variables in order for it to run:
                $ export MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE=3.2
                $ export MESA_GLSL_VERSION_OVERRIDE=150

                Other than that, it worked fine as far as I can tell - I remember running FurMark and Volplosion. Obviously, the geometry and tessellation tests didn't work since Mesa dosen't implement the required functionality yet.

                I'm guessing it just uses 3.0 or 3.1 now and thus works out of the box.
                Free Software Developer .:. Mesa and Xorg
                Opinions expressed in these forum posts are my own.

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                • #9
                  doesnt work on my debian i686.

                  works fine on ubuntustudio 64_86

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by canezila View Post
                    doesnt work on my debian i686.

                    works fine on ubuntustudio 64_86
                    I'm pretty sure it's 64-bit only, which would explain why it doesn't work on your debian setup. i686 is 32 bit.

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