Glmark2 performance chart accross available OS's

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Glmark2 performance chart accross available OS's

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Hi, made a comparisson chart for glmark2 scores for available Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora based distros, fully updated.

EDIT: I screwed up and did not run glmark2-es2-wayland on some of them, correcting the numbers. Thanks tobetter, you rule!

EDIT2: To be clear, the intention of this test was to show performance "out-of-the-box". I only installed each image and did a full update. The tobetter images I obviously had to install Gnome desktop. Other than that no tweaking was done. I have not done a roundup of EVERY OS available yet, such as Twister or Arch on Arm.

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OS		Desktop Kernel     glmark2	Audio   Notes
Ubuntu 22.04	Gnome	5.15	     1615	Both	Built from tobetter image, my daily driver OS
Ubuntu 20.04 	Gnome	5.13	      935	Both	Built from tobetter image
Armbian 22.04 	Gnome	5.10	     1601	HDMI	Everything works except WiFi
Armbian 22.04	Plasma	5.19	     1570	HDMI	Very broken system settings
Armbian 22.04   Gnome	5.19	     1650	HDMI	Best Armbian has to offer
Armbian 22.04 	XFCE	5.19	      620	HDMI	Slow but complete and solid
Fedora 22.04 	Gnome	5.19	     1102	HDMI	still buggy but getting nice *ty usual user!*
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I think you made wrong figures for the image of mine, specifically Ubuntu 22.04. What's the output of echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE in the Gnome terminal, and max CPU freq and governor?

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performance governor, 2400 mhz clock
the output is wayland

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Psiborg wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 6:58 pm
performance governor, 2400 mhz clock
the output is wayland
What is the base image?

EDIT: only glmark2, not glmark2-es2-wayland?

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base image is from linuxfactory, 22.04, kernel 5.15

http://docs.linuxfactory.or.kr/install/ ... image.html

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huh, my post disappeared. yeah i forgot to run glmark2-es2-wayland, fixing that now, thanks!!!!!!!

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Here is the scores of glmark2 and glmark2-es2-wayland on Linux kernel 5.15.51 I test just now, they marked 701 and 1587 respectively. As long as the kernel version is after 5.10 and GPU driver is Panfrost, their performance will be very close regardless of OS distributions now and the factor which changes the performance and less UX glitch is now up to the version of Mesa. Different scores less than 100 is no meaning, it can be always be higher or lower whenever you run the benchmark tool. IMO, your benchmark figures could mislead that Armbian offers better GPU or desktop performance than other OS, I believe other OS like Debian, Manjaro and Twister OS will offer the similar performance. :D
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I fixed the score
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Fedora can do better, see various logs of my aging deployment for reference:
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I agree but sadly I can't get this version to work better yet. I love Fedora, but glmark2-es2-wayland won't install and I had an xrandr problem that I think I fixed. The latest update broke it for me :(

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Psiborg wrote:I can't get this version to work better yet.
I just aproved that fc37 has everything out-of-the-box except the kernel. If you throw in a suitable kernel, you're ready to go. See here for a brief description.

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