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ChaosLord 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 24-Nov-2012 16:23:39
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Why no MOS test results?

Why no Classic 060 + Radeon 128MB results?

I am pretty sure Hollywood is multiplatform.

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Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 24-Nov-2012 20:21:18
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On a 1200PPC/mediator/Radeon 9250 :
vsync on : 58 fps
vsync off : 70 fps

(4 fps on a 16 bit screen)

X1000 Radeon X1950 Pro
vsync on : 60 fps
vsync off : 994 fps

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wawa 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 24-Nov-2012 20:50:56
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i wonder why ever benchmark the gfx with vsync on? what dou you expect the results to be guys??

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Fairdinkem 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 2:51:20
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@Spectre660

Interesting that there was no change with a different GFX card?

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ChaosLord 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 6:48:22
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@davebraco

Quote:

davebraco wrote:
On a 1200PPC/mediator/Radeon 9250 :
vsync on : 58 fps
vsync off : 70 fps


What CPU?

If I never hear back from you I will have to assume 25Mhz 040

How much ram is available to your Radeon 9250?
(Many people foolishly disable most of the ram in their PCI gfx cards to use as (slow) main memory)

What gfx mode was your test done in? 1280x1024?
What bit depth? I assume 32-bit. 32-bit is the most logical.

Quote:

(4 fps on a 16 bit screen)

So it dropped from 58fps to 4fps by switching to 16-bit gfx. I have told everyone for many years to ditch 16-bit gfx. 32-bit gfx 4ever!

They don't make a PPC Classic version of Hollywood do they?

Does Hollywood support Alphablitting?

Gamec0derz demand answers

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davebraco 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 8:50:22
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@ChaosLord

It was under OS4.1, PPC@233mhz, Radeon with 128mo , 1024x768 screen size.


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KimmoK 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 15:02:17
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@wawa

1) it is interesting to see what is needed to get vsync speed
2) for real life needs vsync on is more sane & interesting (beyond 60FPS is useless on normal LCD)
3) it is interesting to see how much free CPU cycles you have after reaching vsynced speed

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KimmoK 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 15:06:25
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SAM667Mhz-mini+M9-16bit-compo-noHWacc (1920x1080,60hz)
36FPS vsync off (100% CPU)
29FPS vsync on (82% CPU)

32bit
8FPS vsync off
7FPS vsync on
second try: (out of VRAM situation!!)
26FPS v off
20FPS v on

hmmmm.....................................

After retry...

Funny, if I start IB before the 2D test, I get 300% better results.
How is that possible?


(+Clearly 32bit wb with compositing is not usable on M9. run out of VRAM too fast.)

More
32bit, 1280x720x60hz (no HW acc, but anyway HW acc enabled)
Now the spash still says no HW acceleration is supported, but window titlebar says HW acceleration is enabled.
60FPS v on
151...161FPS v off

16bit, 1280x720x60hz (no HW acc, no HW acc)
30FPS v on
36FPS v off


hmmmm.....................................
Need to upgrade my system from 1920x1080x16 to 1280x720x32.

Anyway: @Fingus
SAM440ep-mini+M9 performs silly, but I get up to 161FPS and HW acceleration ... by accident?

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fingus 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 25-Nov-2012 20:58:07
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Thanks for your answers.

I need the results for science, because i want to bring a new game to AmigaOS, MOS..etc

Specially the VSync-On-Situation is very important to bring a stable Framerate to the user.
There will be a demoversion of the game to find out if your Amiga-System is fast enough to bring the smooth gaming experience. This will take surely some month.

It's wellknow by some benchmarks that MOS offer minimum the same speed or is a bit faster, so i do not need to make a test on every system.


So i end this Test now and thank all attenders for their posts.

Last edited by fingus on 25-Nov-2012 at 09:01 PM.

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Spectre660 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 26-Dec-2012 16:00:13
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@fingus

535 With Sam460ex and Radeon HD 6670.

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Panthro 
Re: Hollywood performance test
Posted on 26-Dec-2012 23:39:05
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@ChaosLord

isnt this a PPC only test?

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