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Old 12-09-06, 06:11 PM   #25
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Default Re: Fillrate tester

Just for the heck of it

Fillrate throught generations :

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Display adapter: RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition
Driver version: 6.14.10.6614
Display mode: 1600x1200 R5G6B5 75Hz (4xAA,16xAFHQ)
Z-Buffer format: D24S8
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FFP - Pure fillrate - 3562.920166M pixels/sec
FFP - Z pixel rate - 3949.288330M pixels/sec
FFP - Single texture - 2986.764648M pixels/sec
FFP - Dual texture - 2240.569580M pixels/sec
FFP - Triple texture - 1643.251831M pixels/sec
FFP - Quad texture - 1195.036133M pixels/sec
PS 1.1 - Simple - 3428.685059M pixels/sec
PS 1.4 - Simple - 3432.392334M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Simple - 3428.978516M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Simple - 3429.248535M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer - 2001.362427M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer - 2001.323364M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer 4 Registers - 1612.315552M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer 4 Registers - 1612.308594M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Per Pixel Lighting - 580.466125M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Per Pixel Lighting - 580.476074M pixels/sec
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Display adapter: Radeon X1900 Series (X1900XTX)
Driver version: 6.14.10.6631
Display mode: 1600x1200 R5G6B5 75Hz (4xAA,16xAFHQ)
Z-Buffer format: D24S8
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FFP - Pure fillrate - 7354.971680M pixels/sec
FFP - Z pixel rate - 4889.094727M pixels/sec
FFP - Single texture - 5653.980957M pixels/sec
FFP - Dual texture - 4280.959961M pixels/sec
FFP - Triple texture - 3013.406250M pixels/sec
FFP - Quad texture - 2269.812012M pixels/sec
PS 1.1 - Simple - 4790.038574M pixels/sec
PS 1.4 - Simple - 4790.141113M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Simple - 4789.361328M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Simple - 4789.667480M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer - 4785.512207M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer - 4785.383301M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer 4 Registers - 4141.881348M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer 4 Registers - 4141.928711M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Per Pixel Lighting - 1823.830322M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Per Pixel Lighting - 1824.152344M pixels/sec
Quote:
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Display adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX
Driver version: 6.14.10.9702
Display mode: 1600x1200 R5G6B5 75Hz (4xAA,16xAFHQ)
Z-Buffer format: D24S8
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FFP - Pure fillrate - 5376.002441M pixels/sec
FFP - Z pixel rate - 17612.314453M pixels/sec
FFP - Single texture - 5355.395996M pixels/sec
FFP - Dual texture - 5354.366699M pixels/sec
FFP - Triple texture - 5007.378906M pixels/sec
FFP - Quad texture - 3894.129639M pixels/sec
PS 1.1 - Simple - 5356.603027M pixels/sec
PS 1.4 - Simple - 5357.187012M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Simple - 5356.648438M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Simple - 5356.415527M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer - 5354.126953M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer - 5355.157715M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Longer 4 Registers - 5354.355957M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Longer 4 Registers - 5354.577637M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 - Per Pixel Lighting - 3534.434814M pixels/sec
PS 2.0 PP - Per Pixel Lighting - 3534.602051M pixels/sec
(seems theres something wrong with the pure fillrate measurement for the 8800).
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