OpenGL performance

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OpenGL performance

OpenGL performance can be tested using glmark2 program. It is available in most Linux distributions. In Debian derived distributions (like Ubuntu) it can be installed by issuing sudo apt install glmark2 from command line.

The data presented below was taken by running glmark2 without any additional options, i.e. with default settings, on an otherwise idle system.

By comparing your results with measurements taken on other similar systems you can verify if your hardware and software combination is performing as expected.

Integrated graphics

Intel i5-4310M @ 2.70 GHz (integrated Intel HD 4600 GPU)

glmark2 Score: 1668

Intel i5-6200U @ 2.3 GHz (integrated Intel UHD 620 GPU)

Remark: CPU clock boosted to 2.8 GHz during benchmarking

glmark2 Score: 1294

Discrete graphics card

Note: this section also contains hybrid configurations (e.g. laptops with dual GPU technology)

AMD FirePro M5950 + Intel i5-2520M

Remark: dual GPU technology laptop, no test details available.

glmark2 Score: 5600

NVIDIA RTX2060 6GB + AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core 4GHz

Note: one tests resulted in errors and finally a core dump. Another test on the same hardware, with different drivers, completed. Both test details are included.

glmark2 Score: 9537

AMD Tahiti XT [Radeon HD 7970 / R9 280X] + Intel Core i5-11600K @ 3.90GHz

glmark2 Score: 13781

NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB + Intel Core i5-11600K @ 3.90GHz, driver ver. 535.129.03

glmark2 Score: 11817

NVIDIA GTX-1060 6GB + AMD R7 3700X @ 4.2 GHz, 8 cores, HT off, driver ver. 460.91.03

glmark2 Score: 20641

NVIDIA Quadro K1000M 1GB + Intel Core i7-3610Q @ 2.3 GHz

Remark: during glmark2 testing CPU clock boosted to 3.3 GHz

glmark2 Score: 2754

NVIDIA GTX 750 + Intel Core i5-2550K @ 3.4 GHz

Remark: no test details available.

glmark2 Score: 9000

NVIDIA GTX 1060 + Intel Core i5-2550K @ 3.4 GHz

Remark: no test details available.

glmark2 Score: 19000