Part6: GPU-VDI deep dive – Tools to measure GPU performance

GPU Caps Viewer
GPU Caps Viewer is an OpenGL and OpenCL graphics card utility. To download go to http://www.ozone3d.net/gpu_caps_viewer/ . Run the DirectX 9 (The fuzzy cube), on software 3D you should not get more then 2-3fps, on vSGA you should get 29-30fps.
 
Reference: http://communities.vmware.com/thread/445180
 
GPU-Z
You can confirm that GPU acceleration is occurring using a third-party tool such as GPUZ. Download link – http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/
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Predominantly based around Virtualization, but will include other technology related information and anything else I find interesting and feel the need to share with you. I also use this Blog as both a place to store useful information that I think that will come in handy to me at some point in the future, and also a place to help aid my learning. I find a great way to learn about something is to research about it and then write it up in my own words. I'm Pushpal Ray, from India. As a certified VCP3/4/5 professional, I am currently working as an Independent Consultant. Over 10 years of IT-industry experience, currently focused around the Desktop Virtualization(End-User Computing). I also have extensive experience in Windows Administration, Datacenter Migration, Workload profiling & benchmarking. At my leisure, I enjoy hiking, running, photography, spend hours in my fav coffee shop & spend quality time with my wife. Occasionally, catch up with few friends for a drink!
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