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Intel Gallium3D Driver Performance Is Looking Good With The Core i9 9900KS

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    Phoronix: Intel Gallium3D Driver Performance Is Looking Good With The Core i9 9900KS

    With Mesa 20.0 expected to ship the "Iris" Gallium3D driver as the default Intel OpenGL Linux driver for Broadwell hardware and newer, I've been ramping up my testing of this open-source driver in recent weeks. For adding to the various generations of CPUs tested, here are some numbers of the latest code when using the UHD Graphics 630 off the high-end Core i9 9900KS processor...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Gallium3D-Perf

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    Without testing against Windows driver those numbers means nothing.

    Because last time when you tested it against Windows driver Iris was getting smacked by Windows driver.

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      Could this be expanded with the various schedulers, based on the recent findings that intel gpu sometimes perform better on powersave ? so pstate, vs the older schedulers? Would be quite nice. Thanks!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Leopard View Post
        Without testing against Windows driver those numbers means nothing.
        They mean nothing if you're only concerned about how it compares to Windows, that isn't the point here. The point is to see how it compares to the older driver. If you care enough, you could find some benchmarks between i965 and the Windows Intel driver, then multiply the i965 scores by the percentages found in this article to get a shoddy idea of the performance difference between Iris and Intel on Windows.

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