[ut2003io] Linux Performance

Dan Trevino dantrevino at wrevolution.org
Thu May 29 21:23:52 EDT 2003

On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 19:46, Andy Mecham wrote:
> Certain chipsets won't work correctly without using NVAGP (the KT400, for
> example), so play around and see what works best for you.  Remember that
> most boards require a reboot if you change AGP drivers.

Thanks for the tip.  Setting Options "NvAGP" "1" and rebooting did,
infact, start X properly.  Performance was horrendous, though, when
compared to using AGPGART.  Heres the logs of the same benchmarks I ran
earlier, but with "NvAGP" "1" (FW=1,SBA=1):

            NvAGP "3"(AGPGART)    NvAGP "1"
botmatch    fps/fps/fps,score  fps/fps/fps,score
antalus     11/33/70,33         8/17/48,17
anubis      11/52/114,52        8/34/84,34
suntemple    2/44/118,44        2/29/97,29

phobos2     23/114/397,76       23/59/344,55
inferno      3/91/268,73        11/29/253,29
citadel      3/92/260,74        3/33/177,32
Life is short. Play naked.
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