[ut2003io] radeon 9700
sanepsycho at globaldialog.com
Sun Feb 2 18:22:27 EST 2003
Forgot to attach lowframerate.log
# The following were run at 800x600 running at 1.4Ghz
dm-antalus 7.151497 / 19.060423 / 198.962021 fps Score = 19.005754
dm-antalus 7.045561 / 19.024965 / 200.130707 fps Score = 18.971241
dm-antalus 7.279131 / 19.020136 / 197.573883 fps Score = 18.966326
dm-antalus 7.229214 / 19.028658 / 197.648331 fps Score = 18.974546
# The following were run 9% overclock
dm-antalus 7.972965 / 20.592411 / 213.711243 fps Score = 20.506861
dm-antalus 7.949393 / 20.594313 / 217.076340 fps Score = 20.508715
dm-antalus 7.846879 / 20.581722 / 215.759933 fps Score = 20.498671
dm-antalus 7.996288 / 20.584215 / 212.975662 fps Score = 20.499020
On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 17:19, Paul Berger wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 07:12, Lean Fuglsang wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I was wondering what other people got with the new ATI cards.
> > I just bought a 9500.
> > The drivers installed fine in debian, but there are some weird issues.
> > There doesn't seem to be any noticable graphic bugs in the ut2k3 demo,
> > but the game runs really slow. 2-5 fps.
> > My machine is a 950mhz athlon on a asus a7v (kt133) motherboard.
> I'm having similar issues, with an athlon XP 1600 I get 7fps min 20 fps
> average using flyby-antalus.sh benchmark. Changing resolutions don't
> appear to have a noticable change in FPS, but I get proportional speed
> boosts by over clocking my system.
> So from my experience it appears that *something* is chewing up CPU in
> the rendering pipeline someplace. The OpenGL render in UT2003 is known
> to be not terribly efficent at this point, but systems with similar
> specs running nVidia cards appear to get higher frame rates.
> I've been thinking of getting/borrowing a GF4-4200 (a roughly equivalent
> card to my 9000pro) and then run the benchmark to see how big of a
> difference it is.
> > But I have serious trouble in quake3, were some textures are invisible.
> > Have anybody tried one of these cards?
> > Does it have the same troubles?
> > It would be nice to know if my driver installation had gone wrong.
> > I have attached glxinfo, for your enjoyment.
> I don't run quake3, I want to test it on Descent 3, but don't have
> enough spare after loading UT2003 ::sigh:: need new hard drive. :^)
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