Nvidia card 3D performance - Solaris

This is a discussion on Nvidia card 3D performance - Solaris ; Hi, Using Solaris11 with the latest nvidia driver I have one PCI_express PX6500 which produces 1730 glxgears FPS and one AGP 8X A400 GeForce 6800 which does 5700 glxgears FPS Yes the 6800 was twice the price of the 6500 ...

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  1. Nvidia card 3D performance

    Hi,

    Using Solaris11 with the latest nvidia driver
    I have one PCI_express PX6500 which produces 1730 glxgears
    FPS
    and one AGP 8X A400 GeForce 6800 which does 5700 glxgears
    FPS

    Yes the 6800 was twice the price of the 6500
    Both PC's have 2.4 Ghz Athlon 64 CPU's

    the 6500 is on an Nforce 4 chipset.
    the 6800 is on a VIA K8T800pro chipset.

    What FPS rates do you get from /usr/X11/demo/glxgears ?

    //Lars


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    tunla wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > Using Solaris11 with the latest nvidia driver
    > I have one PCI_express PX6500 which produces 1730 glxgears
    > FPS
    > and one AGP 8X A400 GeForce 6800 which does 5700 glxgears
    > FPS
    >
    > Yes the 6800 was twice the price of the 6500
    > Both PC's have 2.4 Ghz Athlon 64 CPU's
    >
    > the 6500 is on an Nforce 4 chipset.
    > the 6800 is on a VIA K8T800pro chipset.
    >
    > What FPS rates do you get from /usr/X11/demo/glxgears ?
    >
    > //Lars
    >


    81332 frames in 5.0 seconds = 16266.400 FPS

    AGP 8X, Quadro FX3000, Dual 2.4 gig (W2100z)


    Paul

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    "tunla" writes in alt.solaris.x86:
    | What FPS rates do you get from /usr/X11/demo/glxgears ?

    I am of course required to point out "GLXGEARS IS NOT A BENCHMARK" or
    X.Org will take away my secret modeline decoder ring and membership
    card.

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