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NVIDIA Will Support Newly-Dropped GPUs On Linux Through 2019

Earlier this month we found out NVIDIA would be dropping pre-Fermi support from their mainline graphics driver on Windows and Linux. For Linux users, we have some good news about NVIDIA's Linux support plans...

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NVIDIA, AMD, Intel Explains OpenGL’s 15x Performance Gains

OpenGL reduces the driver overhead associated on the desktop system, where the driver overhead results in lower frame rates. The post NVIDIA, AMD, Intel Explains OpenGL’s 15x Performance Gains appeared first on Muktware.

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NVIDIA GeForce 700 Series: Stick To The Binary Linux Drivers

For current and potential owners of NVIDIA GeForce 700 series graphics cards that are curious about the graphics driver situation on Linux, under Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with the latest open and closed-source NVIDIA drivers with the latest "Kepler" and "Maxwell" graphics cards. Here's what you need to know now if...

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Intel 3.0 X.Org Driver Lands Yet More Changes

While there have been pre-releases of the xf86-video-intel 3.0 X.Org driver going back to last September, it's still not ready to be released, but a new feature update was made available...

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Catalyst 14.3 Beta Linux Driver Fixes OpenGL Performance Issues

AMD has released a new Windows and Linux Catalyst proprietary graphics driver. The Catalyst 14.3 Beta for Linux doesn't advertise any new features, but it comes with some bug-fixes...

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