GPUs & Beryl: What is Needed?
Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 27 May 2007. Page 5 of 8. Add A Comment

Intel GMA 3000 (Q965)

While there are only open-source drivers right now for Radeon graphics cards up to the R400 series, Intel's open-source drivers cover all of their integrated graphics processors and eventually their discrete graphics cards (once they are launched). The Intel IGP we had used for these Beryl tests was the GMA 3000 (@ 1280x1024) with the Intel Q965 Chipset. Along with the Q965 motherboard were an Intel Pentium D processor and 2GB of RAM running Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn.

When the desktop was idling and not seeing much action, Beryl Benchmark was hovering around 130 FPS. When we had started implementing some of the different intensive desktop effects the frame-rate would jump between 20 and 55 FPS. With the Intel X.Org driver and Beryl in our particular setup we ran into a bug where the windows would be disappear or lose control. Intel IGPs that are with the 9XX series Chipsets should have what it takes to handle Beryl quite well on the desktop. Other GMA 3000 benchmarks from Phoronix can be found here.

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