Tools de JeGX

Compétition d’overclocking GPU

Le site www.hardware.info propose une compétition d’overclocking de GPU et utilise le Fur Rendering Benchmark comme utilitaire principal (bon c’est ma version des faits vu que tout est écrit en néerlandais mais je ne dois pas me tromper de beaucoup – si quelqu’un comprend cette langue, merci d’avance pour un petit feedback de ce qui […]

Catalyst 7.9, Radeon 2900 and Surface Deformer

From oZone3D.Net Forums, the Catalyst 7.9 seems to unleash ATI Radeon 2900 GPU. The Surface Deformer benchmark is a benchmark that requires a lot of vertex processing horse power. With Catalyst prior to 7.9, the score of an ATI 2900 was around 8000 o3Marks (that was already high). Now with Catalyst 7.9, the 2900 gets […]

Fur Rendering Benchmark

I officially released the fur rendering benchmark 4 days ago. So let’s analyze a little bit the first feedbacks available on forums over the web. Homepage: www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/fur/ 1 – Fur rendering benchmark isn’t cpu dependent and this is a very good thing for a graphics card benchmark. No matter the cpu speed, the result for […]

Dynamic branching and NVIDIA Forceware Drivers

Several weeks ago, I posted on Beyond3D a thread on my dynamic branching benchmark. I wondered why dynamic branching performances on Geforce 7 were worse than ones on Geforce 6 or 8. I believe I’ve got the answer: Forceware drivers. Here are some new results where ratio = Branching_ON / Branching_OFF : 7600GS – Fw […]

Quick Review – GPU Caps Viewer

GPU Caps Viewer is the new I worked on these last days. It’s the successor of HardwareInfos. GPU Caps Viewer is based on the branch v3.x of the oZone3D engine (while HardwareInfos is an oZone3D v.2.x branch based tool). In addition to classic GPU/CPU information / capabilities, GPU Caps Viewer offers two cool features: – […]

Ambient Occlusion Generator

I’m currently working on a new algorithm for the ambient occlusion generator. The basic idea comes from smash, the main coder of Fairlight, a famous demoscene group (thank you mate!). My old AmbOccGen was (is still) really slow: calculating per-vertex AO term for a 40000-polys object with 1000 samplers could take many hours and even […]