GeoForce 7600 GS performance & random hang
Hi,
I recently installed a new ASUS EN 7600 GS (PCIE) in my Shuttle XPC
ST20G5 (AMD64 4000+, 1GB, FC6(2.6.191.2911), nvidia1.0.97467).
Beryl and OpelGL seems to work BUT the machine randomly hangs
and I'm curious about the performance.
Random Hang:
When I actively work on the system it doesn't seem to freeze. However when the system is idle for a couple of hours (overnight) it just freezes. Not log entries or errors found. Even under heavy 3D load, when running SPECviewperf/x11perf tests, the system says up.
Performance:
I'm also curious about performance, anyone here with a comparable system?
My Dell M70 (Intel M 2.0GHZ, Nvidia Quadro FX Go1400) outperforms the XPC.
(nvidiabugreports for xpc and m70 attached)
Here are some numbers:
"x11per all" test on XPC:
takes 196 minutes
"x11per all" test on M70:
takes 192 minutes
SPECviewperf9 tests on XPC:
3dsmax04 Weighted Geometric Mean = 9.640
catia02 Weighted Geometric Mean = 10.86
ensight03 Weighted Geometric Mean = 7.629
light08 Weighted Geometric Mean = 8.679
maya02 Weighted Geometric Mean = 25.06
proe04 Weighted Geometric Mean = 8.613
sw01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 15.47
ugnx01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 2.789
tcvis01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 3.547
SPECviewperf9 tests on M70:
3dsmax04 Weighted Geometric Mean = 15.31
catia02 Weighted Geometric Mean = 21.22
ensight03 Weighted Geometric Mean = 11.31
light08 Weighted Geometric Mean = 18.92
maya02 Weighted Geometric Mean = 31.14
proe04 Weighted Geometric Mean = 14.36
sw01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 21.03
ugnx01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 6.560
tcvis01 Weighted Geometric Mean = 4.727
glxgears on XPC:
15139 frames in 5.0 seconds = 3026.579 FPS
17027 frames in 5.0 seconds = 3405.303 FPS
17462 frames in 5.0 seconds = 3492.329 FPS
16892 frames in 5.0 seconds = 3378.302 FPS
16832 frames in 5.0 seconds = 3366.209 FPS
glxgears on M70:
28941 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5788.058 FPS
29206 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5841.178 FPS
28894 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5778.719 FPS
29168 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5833.531 FPS
28916 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5783.131 FPS
Alan
