On 7/12/06, Lars Noschinski <cebewee@gmx.de> wrote:
* Eric Juppeaux <eric.juppeaux@safe-river.com> [2006-07-12 19:08]:
>On 6/29/06, Lars Noschinski <cebewee@gmx.de> wrote:
>>I'm just trying to get 3d acceleration working for my laptop with i915
>>and Pentium M 1.73GHz. DRI works somehow, but there still seems to be
>>something wrong.
>>I know it works somehow because glxinfo reports direct rendering,
>>glxgears gets an noticable boost from 50 to 300 fps and ppracer runs
>>faster than with software rendering. Also the xorg log looks ok:
>I got a pentium M 1.6 Ghz, with integrated  i915 graphics, DRI enabled under
>xorg-x11 7.1 and glxgears runs at around 1300 fps (with 35% cpu load)

Yeah, I read similar numbers while googling. Maybe I should add another
data point: Display resolution is 1400x1050, the games were test with
800x600 or 640x480 (as X discards all resolutions besides 1400x1050  and
1280x1024, real resolution was 1400x1050 and a big, black border).

The glxgears numbers were taken at 1400x1050, at 1024x768 its
approximately 50% faster.

that's it ! I have a native resolution of 1920x1200 but have run glxgears at it's default resolution (no command line option), when I resize glxgears's window at full resolution I have  fps numbers comparables to yours