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A Lot Of New NVIDIA Linux Benchmarks Are Coming!

A number of new NVIDIA GeForce graphics card reviews under Linux are underway along with many more Linux GPU driver analysis articles, etc. NVIDIA has just sent over to Phoronix a number of new high-end graphics cards...

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Intel X.Org Driver Released With New Stability Fixes

The xf86-video-intel 3.0 driver is still on the way and Intel OTC's Chris Wilson has put out today its latest development release that has stability fixes, including further TearFree updates...

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SUSE is Now Go-to-Market Partner for Servergy’s PowerLinux Cleantech Servers

Servergy’s customers will now benefit from SUSE’s PowerLinux expertise and support.

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AMD Lands Open-Source "Hawaii" GPU Driver Code

The Linux 3.13 kernel that is just entering mainline development stages already has Radeon DPM and HDMI audio by default. However, now there's another Radeon DRM-Next pull and it provides support for the brand new AMD R9 290 "Hawaii" GPUs!..

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NVIDIA Releases 331.20 Certified Driver for Linux

The latest stable driver from NVIDIA includes added support for NVIDIA OpenGL-based Framebuffer Capture (NvFBCOpenGL).

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NVIDIA Updates Legacy Driver For Decade-Old GPUs

NVIDIA released yesterday the 331.20 Linux graphics driver update that stabilizes the R331 Linux driver with new features like EGL, modern Linux kernel support, a new frame-buffer capture library, and plenty of other features. Following that, NVIDIA has now released an updated legacy driver for the GeForce 6/7 series graphics...

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