Are Your Desktop Effects Slowing You Down?
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"Whenever I perform a 3D benchmark in Linux one of the first
questions I get asked about the results is:
"Where your desktop effects turned off?
"For those who are not aware, desktop effects are the "flash"
that is enabled by default in many popular Linux distros (namely
Ubuntu and it's derivatives) such as the wobbly windows, desktop
cube, and sleek sliding effects. Something that has always been
questioned is whether or not desktop effects slow down your 3D
performance in other applications and if so, how much do they slow
it down by?
"I am going to use Unigine Benchmarks on Pinguy OS (for Gnome)
and Chakra (for KDE) with and without desktop effects enabled. Both
systems are clean, fully up to date installs with the nVidia 260
beta driver installed. Gnome will be using Compiz for it's desktop
effects and KDE will be using Kwin."