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  • asdfblah
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    It might be due to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH hell with getting CS:GO to run properly outside of Steam with PTS, still playing around.
    try: http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showt...765#post441765

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    It might be due to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH hell with getting CS:GO to run properly outside of Steam with PTS, still playing around.
    CS:GO seems to ship its own libgcc_s.so and libstdc++.so so removing them allows the game to start.

    NOTE: you dont' have to remove the ones in the steam runtime but the libs shipped by CS GO!

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
    Really? On my system (HD 7950) radeonsi is on par with Catalyst: http://www.linuxsystems.it/2014/09/c...-par-catalyst/
    It might be due to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH hell with getting CS:GO to run properly outside of Steam with PTS, still playing around.

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    On Mesa 10.2 and 10.4-dev with my latest configuration, CS:GO is failing to start for Radeon :/
    Really? On my system (HD 7950) radeonsi is on par with Catalyst: http://www.linuxsystems.it/2014/09/c...-par-catalyst/

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  • clavko
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    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    Can you name some examples of such good benchmark sites?

    Anything with Flash charts or JS overuse is definitely not responsive or usable. Tom's nowadays hogs cpu like nothing else. Anandtech charts are certainly color-coded, but they are static, and you can't get at the data.

    Phoronix has the advantage of a repeatable test suite that almost no other site has, too, which lets many viewers overlook the looks.
    I think Phoronix is great. And PTS is also great. But I'm a geek, programmer and will never click on a single
    ad, nor will I turn off my adblocking software. It just ain't gonna happen, it's nothing personal. People who
    are going to click on ads are the people that want colors, fancy charts, stuff they can understand and use.
    This is not me bashing Michael, exactly the opposite - it's easy for him to do better, it's not high science to
    create such charts and he should just do it, because it's the right thing to do. Or he could take offense, say
    that he doesn't like graphics/UI, say that he'll take patches or just plainly say - No, I don't give a f...
    But that's not reasonable, wise nor professional. You even might say it's a bit childish.

    Regarding benchmark sites, I consider information presentation on TechReport, AnandTech, Ars Technica and
    TomsHardware clearly superior to Phoronix. And it's not even a design thing, I'm saying this from a useability
    perspective. To paraphrase Pulp Fiction: "so pretty please, with sugar on top, clean the f...ing charts..."

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  • Michael
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    On Mesa 10.2 and 10.4-dev with my latest configuration, CS:GO is failing to start for Radeon :/

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  • asdfblah
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    @Michael: Please, include AMD's Evergreen and/or NI hardware in your open source benchmark. Thanks!

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  • curaga
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    Originally posted by clavko View Post
    One of these days Linux will seize enough ground to become interesting to
    big publishing players, and they will have performance sorted charts, color coding, decent
    responsive web design and similar. Where will Phoronix be then, it's up to you.
    Can you name some examples of such good benchmark sites?

    Anything with Flash charts or JS overuse is definitely not responsive or usable. Tom's nowadays hogs cpu like nothing else. Anandtech charts are certainly color-coded, but they are static, and you can't get at the data.

    Phoronix has the advantage of a repeatable test suite that almost no other site has, too, which lets many viewers overlook the looks.

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  • okias
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    Wine version with Nine

    Radeon HD 6570 around 30fps?

    By looking at version running under wine, with HD 6550D, Nine + DRI3 support (experimental, not finished yet) I getting around 40 fps...

    I expected better optimization for OpenGL...

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  • clavko
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    To me the data is not confusing... In terms of ugliness, any patches to better the graph's visual presentation are welcome; graphics/UI are an area I hate.
    Look, I don't mean to be a prick. Software development is a hard business and people will
    always be whining about stuff they get for free. On the other side, PTS is your child and
    it really is in your best interest to develop it according to users feedback. It might be open
    source software, but I (and I presume many alike) certainly will not click on OpenBenchmarking
    to play with charts and/or dive into xml parsing just to be able to see regular performance
    sorted results. One of these days Linux will seize enough ground to become interesting to
    big publishing players, and they will have performance sorted charts, color coding, decent
    responsive web design and similar. Where will Phoronix be then, it's up to you.
    As a fellow enterpreneut to another, I sincerely wish you best of luck

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