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Thread: Lenvik Alpha 2 Gets Ready For Unigine Heaven

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    Default Lenvik Alpha 2 Gets Ready For Unigine Heaven

    Phoronix: Lenvik Alpha 2 Gets Ready For Unigine Heaven

    As of this morning the second alpha release for Phoronix Test Suite 2.4 "Lenvik" is available for PC benchmarking and testing. Phoronix Test Suite 2.4 Alpha 2 brings many changes, including but not limited to, GTK GUI improvements, test result merging improvements, new command options (analyze-image-delta and analyze-linear-tracker), support for soon-to-be-announced Phoromatic features, and many enhancements to bilde_renderer (our image rendering library that's used for generating the JPG/PNG/SVG/SWF graphs) and in particularly vastly improving the SVG renderer back-end. Outside of pts-core, new test profiles carried forward in this alpha release of Lenvik is vdrift-fps-monitor, which produces a line graph showing the vDrift frame-rate performance over the course of the test's run, etqw-demo-iqc for performing image quality comparisons with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (see NVIDIA Anti-Aliasing, Linux and Lenvik), improvements to the tiobench test profile, an fs-mark test profile for greater disk testing, and the unigine-heaven test profile is now present...

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

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    So, OpenGL3.2 should be able to do all that pretty stuff DX11 does (at least on the demo)?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melcar View Post
    So, OpenGL3.2 should be able to do all that pretty stuff DX11 does (at least on the demo)?.
    When the drivers don't bug out, yep.

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