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Intel VA-API Driver Gets H.264 Encoding Improvements For Broadwell

Version 1.3.2 of Intel's VA-API driver for open-source video encode/decode using modern Intel HD Graphics GPUs has been released...

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35-Way NVIDIA/AMD Proprietary Linux Graphics Driver Comparison

Last week with Phoronix turning ten years old I celebrated by testing 65 different GPUs with the open-source Linux graphics drivers from Intel, AMD, and Nouveau. I also followed-up with power efficiency and thermal benchmarks from all of the graphics cards that played nicely on the latest open-source drivers. 

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The Intel DRM Graphics Driver Improvements For Linux 3.16

Intel has lined up many graphics driver changes for Linux 3.16 and if you haven't been up to speed with all of our Linux 3.16 coverage, here's a concise overview of the Intel i915 DRM graphics driver changes for this next kernel version...

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Valve Funds Glassy Mesa Development For Better Driver Performance

Valve has funded work by LunarG on a project codenamed "Glassy Mesa" to deliver potential performance improvements on the open-source Mesa graphics driver stack...

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Nouveau On Linux 3.16 Will Allow You To Try Re-Clocking

The Nouveau DRM graphics driver for open-source NVIDIA support hasn't seen any fundamental re-clocking support breakthroughs for the upcoming Linux 3.16 kernel but the support can be easily enabled for select GeForce GPU models...

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