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  • brosis
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    Was surprised to see CentOS be fastest on Nexuiz, considering it focus on server and stability.
    Khem,.. 2.6.x kernel; 2.1 Mesa; couldn't antialias properly and was just skipping, unlike more modern competition that did their homework. BSD can't game at all. No surprises here.

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  • qlum
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    Originally posted by MaxToTheMax View Post
    Why are you still using Nexuiz? It's an obsolete version of the same engine as Xonotic, and is consistently outperformed by Xonotic. Not very interesting.
    Indeed, there is no good reason for using Nexiuz anymore. On a related note I wonder why Mint scored significantly worse in xonotic then Ubuntu.

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  • Cthulhux
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    Last time I checked, people didn't choose their preferred operating system because of some milliseconds for specific tasks.

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  • malkavian
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    Originally posted by oleid View Post
    @Michael: Instead of testing both Ubuntu and Linux Mint - which are practically identical library-wise, I'd have rather seen results for Debian. I'd be interesting whether the good overall performance comes from the mother distribution, or is home made.
    +1

    For a reasonable comparison, Debian testing could be used, wich is the recommended for desktop/non-critical use.

    Debian loves you, why don't love Debian Michael? XD
    Last edited by malkavian; 05-27-2013, 04:42 PM.

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  • oleid
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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: Eight-Way BSD & Linux OS Comparison

    [...]The contenders for this performance roundabout include PC-BSD 9.1, DragonFlyBSD 3.4.1, Ubuntu 13.04, Linux Mint 15 RC, CentOS 6.4, Fedora 18, Mageia 3, and openSUSE 12.3. [...]
    @Michael: Instead of testing both Ubuntu and Linux Mint - which are practically identical library-wise, I'd have rather seen results for Debian. I'd be interesting whether the good overall performance comes from the mother distribution, or is home made.

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  • uid313
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    CentOS fastest on Nexuiz

    Was surprised to see CentOS be fastest on Nexuiz, considering it focus on server and stability.

    Too bad DragonFly BSD was missing from many tests...

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  • david_lynch
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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: Eight-Way BSD & Linux OS Comparison

    Being benchmarked today at Phoronix is a comparison of eight different BSD and Linux operating systems. The contenders for this performance roundabout include PC-BSD 9.1, DragonFlyBSD 3.4.1, Ubuntu 13.04, Linux Mint 15 RC, CentOS 6.4, Fedora 18, Mageia 3, and openSUSE 12.3. Which of these operating systems are the fastest and slowest for a variety of different workloads? Read on to find out.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=18742
    How unfortunate that centos was not included in the apache benchmark, seeing as how centos is an extremely popular web platform on the internet. Was centos excluded so that BSD could secure a win in this category?

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  • smitty3268
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    Originally posted by BO$$ View Post
    So Ubuntu is pretty much at the top (along with Mint). It's gonna be fun to see the Canonical haters spew some more horseshit about how shitty Ubuntu is.
    It finished basically identically to all the other linux distros - which makes sense, because they're all using the same software under the hood.

    Anyway, i thought you were trolling for MS now? Weren't you just going on about how much linux sucked? Now you're back to being pro-Ubuntu again, i guess?

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  • GreatEmerald
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    This benchmark was quite interesting to me. Particularly the anomalous Mageia position. Why would setting the scheduler to performance lower the performance, as opposed to ondemand? That doesn't make much sense to me...

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  • droidhacker
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    Originally posted by MaxToTheMax View Post
    Why are you still using Nexuiz? It's an obsolete version of the same engine as Xonotic, and is consistently outperformed by Xonotic. Not very interesting.
    News flash: Benchmarks are NOT INTERESTING. PERIOD.

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