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jsheedy 12-18-02 03:25 PM

Performance problems
 
I have had some issues with Nvidia card performance. I have three different systems with Nvidia cards in them. A dell inspiron 8200 640MBDDR (geForce 4 go), Pent 3 733Mhz 512 MB pc133(goForce 2 MX 400), and an AMD 1333 Mhz 256MBDDR (Geforce 4 440 MX, Geforce 2 MX400). Now the performance on the Laptop and Pent 3 systems seems fine, but on the AMD the performance seem to be sub-par. I have tried both the 3123 and 4191 drivers on the AMD system, and don't seem to get any improvement. The geForce 4 440 upgrade only seems to get me about 8 more frames per second over the geForce 2. Even though I enabled FastWrite on GeForce 4 and never did for geforce 2.

here is a link to benchmark test results, and system setup for all three system.

http://www.mtco.com/~jsheedy/files/benchmarking.txt

Any help would be great.

J

how 12-19-02 12:50 AM

same with me. I have Athlon-xp 1800+ geforce2 mx 400. performance is bad. I swap the card and is still the same.

Wolfman [TWP] 12-19-02 06:42 AM

At what resolution were the Q3A test done on??

jsheedy 12-19-02 09:43 AM

Test at 800x600
 
All tests were done 800x600 on all systems.

Wolfman [TWP] 12-20-02 09:05 AM

Hmm, those benchmarks are slower than I thought.

I get 153.x fps @ 1280x1024 32Bit everything maxed out.

:confused:

jsheedy 12-20-02 10:05 AM

Hmm
 
That sucks for me. I wonder what my issue is. I guess I will try to remove all packages, and make sure all GL, and glx files are removed from the system, then I will reload and mess with XF86Config-4 file

Wolfman [TWP] 12-20-02 10:27 AM

Hmmm... I've just realised too... That I'm running a GF4 Ti4600 (128MB)...(NOT overclocked)

I seem to read about alot of performance issues with GF4 MX's etc regardless with it be with Linux or Windows...

I don't know what else to suggest... :confused:

There must be an answer some where, I'll keep and eye out...


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