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Re: Why x86 doesn't need to die
Posted on 14-Apr-2024 20:34:55
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@Karlos

QEMU graphic card emulation for now is stuck at 16bit and has issues with composition.

If look at benchmarks they look good but realize it only half of data in 16bit compared to X5000 benchmark results that is 32bit screen modes typically.

3D performance is really bad like 3 fps, when X5000 has +100 fps in some games.

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