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  • #11
    wow, it works 5fps with tesselation on but I was almost sure, that you can run it only on HD58xx hardware

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    • #12
      I got about 16 fps on a HD3870(fglrx) on standard settings. I'm more interested in the difference between Windows and Linux. I couldn't test on my windows partition as the stupid thing has de-registered because of a HD ID change and couldn't get internet and serial to work.

      On KDE the desktop messed up after exiting the demo. Fonts small and plasmoid-panels where changed. I have my desktop icons in a folder-view so I guess they would have been messed up too if they were placed at set positions on a desktop-view based desktop.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by 0e8h View Post
        I got about 16 fps on a HD3870(fglrx) on standard settings. I'm more interested in the difference between Windows and Linux. I couldn't test on my windows partition as the stupid thing has de-registered because of a HD ID change and couldn't get internet and serial to work.

        On KDE the desktop messed up after exiting the demo. Fonts small and plasmoid-panels where changed. I have my desktop icons in a folder-view so I guess they would have been messed up too if they were placed at set positions on a desktop-view based desktop.
        Go to the KDE settings app and change the resolution back and forth

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Melcar View Post



            can you test this on 64bit to?

            why is windows faster?????

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            • #16
              64 bit does not help much, at max i saw a diff of 0.5 fps in the minimum fps. Too low to really gain something visable.

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              • #17
                My Windows install is a bit "fresher" than my Ubuntu install, since I rarely touch it these days. That could be causing the slow numbers. Also, on Ubuntu the demo does tend to run a little choppy at times while on W7 it's "smooth" for most of the time.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                  why is windows faster?????
                  This drop in performance seems to be only effecting the ATI cards. On Nvidia cards the performance is almost identical.

                  http://techgage.com/article/unigines...linux_support/

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                  • #19
                    Hi,

                    I did some benchmarking

                    Config:
                    GTX 285 1GB
                    QX9650 @ 3 GHz
                    Archlinux 64bit

                    Tested at:
                    1024x768, window
                    1280x720, window, 8xAA
                    1280x1024, fullscreen, 8xAA
                    1920x1200, fullscreen
                    1920x1200, fullscreen, 2xAA
                    1920x1200, fullscreen, 4xAA
                    3840x1200, fullscreen

                    Screenshots below:
                    1024x768, window


                    1280x720, window, 8xAA


                    1280x1024, fullscreen, 8xAA


                    1920x1200, fullscreen


                    1920x1200, fullscreen, 2xAA


                    1920x1200, fullscreen, 4xAA


                    3840x1200, fullscreen

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                      This drop in performance seems to be only effecting the ATI cards. On Nvidia cards the performance is almost identical.

                      http://techgage.com/article/unigines...linux_support/
                      Not bad... much better than I expected.

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