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NVIDIA's Dead Open-Source Driver Gets Updated

Back in March an announcement came out of NVIDIA as they were getting ready to launch the GeForce GTX 400 "Fermi" graphics cards that they would be dropping support for the xf86-video-nv driver. The xf86-video-nv driver really didn't provide much of a feature set and was far behind the Nouveau...

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LLVMpipe Still Is Slow At Running OpenGL On The CPU

Two months ago we published our initial benchmarks of LLVMpipe, the Gallium3D driver that accelerated commands on the CPU rather than any GPU and unlike other Linux software rasterizers is...

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Benchmarks Of The Latest Nouveau Gallium3D Driver

In recent weeks we have published a number of benchmarks showcasing the ATI Gallium3D driver that supports the R300-R500 graphics processors as this open-source driver has been maturing at such an exciting rate with impressive changes and measurable performance gains over a...

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Malicious Code on Lenovo Driver Download Page

Various Lenovo download pages carrying an embedded IFrame pointing to...

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Kernel Mode-Setting With The Glint Driver

Earlier this month we reported on the ATI R300 GLSL compiler improvements being worked on as part of a Google Summer of Code...

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