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  • FireBurn
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    Because there is nothing else like that on the net... It's just a tease till end of month when the heatmap to be explained
    I'm sure there are lots of meaningless graphs on the net Michael

    I'm almost sure this is showing where the performance is relative to other cards. If the red line is on the right does that mean it's the best card benchmarked?

    Trying to figure out what the black lines mean though

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by mattst88 View Post
    Neat article. I'm not sure how to interpret the last (OpenBenchmarking.org) graph though.
    Because there is nothing else like that on the net... It's just a tease till end of month when the heatmap to be explained

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  • mattst88
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    Neat article. I'm not sure how to interpret the last (OpenBenchmarking.org) graph though.

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  • mattst88
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    Goodness. 12-self-referencing links in six consecutive paragraphs. This is a record to my knowledge, even for phoronix.

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  • Kano
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    That does not exist, maybe a P8H67-M PRO? Did you try booting via UEFI, that's what i would have done.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Kano View Post
    How did you test integrated graphics with an ASUS P8P67-M PRO board? P67 has got no graphics support at all.
    Err P8PH67.

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  • Kano
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    How did you test integrated graphics with an ASUS P8P67-M PRO board? P67 has got no graphics support at all.

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  • gamesfan
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    Comparison with current-gen Intel IGP?

    Michael, would be great if you could do a comparison with current Core IronLake IGP to have a better idea what to expect when upgrading from current gen to SandyBridge.

    With my Core i7 920 (IronLake), I noticed a HUGE improvement between 4x and 10x in some GL apps after upgrading to Mesa-git compared to Mesa 7.9.

    Tip for mesa-git adventurers: if not building in /usr/lib, don't forget to set LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH otherwise the older DRI driver will still get loaded by the newly built libGL (which works but do not give *that* big performance increase).

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