OpenCL benchmarks on Windows 10 (build 1803) vs Ubuntu Linux 18.04LTS.

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  1. Vasudev

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    It didn't work. I'm stuck at NV and Neo doesn't work in Intel or NV only GPU modes using prime-select.
     
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    Can you retest the build step(s) on Ubuntu 18.04LTS?
     
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    But intel did test them with ubuntu 16 as test setup. I think I'm missing something.
    I will be rebuilding it tomorrow from scratch. Yesterday after upgrading cmake using pip did make installation faster. I feel cmake didn't make necessary changes since it was very old.
    I'll let you know.
     
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    Alright, test and report back on your findings.
     
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    You should use MATE or LXDE instead of whatever the heck Ubuntu packages by default if you're doing any type of rendering tests. If you're looking for raw power instead of bells and whistles you'll notice a difference. MATE gives me an easy additional 10-15fps (probably 10% speed difference, based on feel) vs Cinnamon in most OpenGL games on older hardware. I can't imagine the default ubuntu DE is really that quick.

    Edit: Also going to chime in that in my experience 18.04 can feel like molasses compared to the 17 releases. Tons of broken dependencies as well.
     
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