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10/26/09 08:55:24 (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #5294 – Description

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    1 I have Dell Latitude E6500 with P8600 CPU. When I run my Windows XP guest on VirtualBox OSE without virtualization VT-x option inactive it runs much faster than in the case I turn it on. It is really visible - with VT-x on I even see how screen flickers during the boot process. 
     1I have Dell Latitude E6500 with P8600 CPU. When I run my Windows XP guest on !VirtualBox OSE without virtualization VT-x option inactive it runs much faster than in the case I turn it on. It is really visible - with VT-x on I even see how screen flickers during the boot process. 
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    33I did Peacekeeper tests in Firefox and I got these results: 
    4 1) VT-x off, 3D support off - 1596 
    5 2) VT-x off, 3D support on - 1679 
    6 3) VT-x on, 3D support off - 900 
    7 4) VT-x on, 3D support on - 1314 
     4 1. VT-x off, 3D support off - 1596 
     5 2. VT-x off, 3D support on - 1679 
     6 3. VT-x on, 3D support off - 900 
     7 4. VT-x on, 3D support on - 1314 
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    99Google Chrome behaves even more strange - with VT-x off it runs faster than Firefox, while with VT-x on it runs *VERY* slow but looses no frames in graphic tests and it finally gets about 8800 points. 

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