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The Current RADV+ACO Mesa Driver Performance For February 2020

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  • The Current RADV+ACO Mesa Driver Performance For February 2020

    Phoronix: The Current RADV+ACO Mesa Driver Performance For February 2020

    As it's been a few weeks since last running a Mesa open-source driver comparison on AMD Radeon graphics hardware, here are some fresh Mesa 20.1-devel benchmarks just a few weeks so far after the Mesa 20.0 branching. These latest Mesa 20.1-devel benchmarks were also run a second time when enabling the RADV ACO shader compiler back-end that's been a focus by Valve developers in enhancing the Linux gaming experience. These results are compared to Mesa 19.2.8 as a baseline for the open-source driver support offered out-of-the-box by Ubuntu 19.10.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=28918

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    Thank you for the benchmarks and damn you for always making me want to be on bleeding edge software

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    • #3
      The current state of ACO: https://github.com/daniel-schuermann/mesa/issues/98

      Now we need only
      • Tesselation control shaders
      • Tesselation evaluation shaders
      I'm very excited for this!

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      • #4
        It'd be nice if some players of DOTA would find the regression, maybe it's an interesting one.

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        • #5
          Thank you for the benchmarks, but can you please also try it next time on windows with their drivers? Comparison with it can be interesting.

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          • #6
            Apart form the outlier that is bloody impressive. Big navi cannot come soon enough.

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            • #7
              ACO FTW!

              With Lutris, proton, Wine, DXVK there is almost no AAA game that one cannot play (except the ones that use ridiculous DRM schemes.)

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              • #8
                I wish that games would be tested in "highest"/"ultra" settings, as the games are mostly tested with these settings on Windows. This would tremendously help comparing performance between the platforms.

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                • #9
                  My wish would be to show always also the performance of of some APU as a reference. (2400g or 3400g for now)

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                  • #10
                    This is really cool. I hope we get to see ACO enabled by default soon, and ported to radeonSI too!

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