wined3d performance patches
stefandoesinger at gmx.at
Mon Jun 6 18:26:30 CDT 2011
On Monday 06 June 2011 17:55:43 Stefan Dösinger wrote:
> Feedback is welcome. I'm also interested in test results, e.g. if the
> changes break a game, or the performance impact. If those patches cause a
> 5% performance increase I am happy.
Here are some results from my Radeon test machine: http://bit.ly/mi0i5J . It's
about a 1% increase in the real Windows apps, much less than I hoped for. I'll
test on Nvidia tomorrow, and manually test a few more (newer) apps for which I
don't have PTS tests yet.
For the curious, these are the URLs to my nightly trackers:
Watch out for the result ordering. Basically the results are ordered from
newest to oldest(left to right), but the Radeon test is a bit more confusing.
Openbenchmarking.org orders it in the order I uploaded the results. The Nvidia
box boots automatically, the Radeon box is booted manually. So I forgot about
the radeon box a few days and tested the older Wine versions a few days later.
This is something Michael Larabel and I still have to work on.
Also the uptick in the Radeon tests is the test I ran with my performance
patches applied. I forgot to change the result identifier, so OB.org picks it
up like a normal nightly test.
Note that the Unigine Heaven tests are using the opengl backend right now. The
other tests are D3D-based.
The source code for the d3d_clear, d3d_streamsrc and d3d_drawprim tests is
available at https://184.108.40.206/~git/perftest (This is a git repo). I hope
the server is stable finally.
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