Wolfe Blackburn Posted February 24, 2020 Share Posted February 24, 2020 I am in the process of finally migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I have a dual boot installation. So I can directly compare performance under Windows 7 and Windows 10 on one and the same machine. The problem is: under Windows 10 the fps is about 30-40% of what I get under Windows 7. My system is a AMD FX-4350 with 16 GByte of ram and an AMD HD-7750 graphics board. Both Windows 7 and Windows 10 have the current graphics drivers from AMD installed. The problem is not viewer dependent; it happenes with the LL viewer as well as Firestorm. Graphics settings in the viewers are identical under Windows 7 and Windows 10. I run the same power profile settings under Windows 7 and Windows 10. I tested OpenGL performance using GFXBench and the results are slightly better! in Windows 10 than Windows 7. I am on a 100 MBit synchronous internet connection (wired). What I have noticed: ping times are greatly fluctuating under Windows 10. This is not a problem of the network connection; we all know meanwhile that when the viewer reports 100ms of ping time it simply means that it pings the server every 100ms because that's the time it takes to complete a frame. Ping time is basically the inverse of the fps value. It simply looks like Windows 10 is dragging its heels. Thanks for any advice! Wolfe. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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