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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Test Performance question

From: Jon Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Test Performance question
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 08:22:20 +0100
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Rich Heimlich wrote:

I have gotten several friends to try out the program and when I test
performance on most of their systems via the Test Performance feature, I
generally see 200fps as the result. In each case these users have had
systems that were substantially slower than my system. I then tested the
performance on my system and I'm getting, at best 100fps and generally
get around 90fps.

The general factors effecting 3d drawing speed are:
        shadows (on/off)
        board display size (+ screen resolution)
        graphics driver (opengl)

For example with a small window and no shadows I get 350 fps and with a
large window and shadows set I get 131fps.

Your monitor probably works at about 70fps, so anything above this makes
no difference.  It's possible that some of the code I wrote runs slowly
on your graphics card (as there are some unusual calls in there).


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