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Hey there, quick question. I have my game engine running a single scene with 2 meshes Heres the framerates I observed: Geforce DDR: ~1700 TNT2Ultra: ~390 TNT1: ~260 Does this huge performance gap seem reasonable/correct? Thanks, Cel

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How many polygons are you rendering ?
How many pixels are you drawing (approximatively) ?
What is the state (texture enabled or not, nearest/linear texture filter, lightning, blending,...) ?

If you have rendered 2 polygons your FPS is very low...if you have rendered 1000 polygons your FPS is very high!

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what i think is more important is how are you rendering them. i dont have a geforce but i think they do display lists much quicker in proportion to other cards also the geforce has the vertex array range extension

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Well, my 2 meshes comprise approx 300 polys

they arent textured, just flat coloured

each mesh is stored as a display list

all my program does atm is call each display list

nothing more :/

i just cant believe that a geforce is THAT much faster than a TNT2Ultra

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