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Painkiller Linux Dev Recommends Non-NVIDIA Open Drivers

Earlier this week Painkiller: Hell and Damnation was released as the latest popular game title reaching Linux. Painkiller: Hell and Damnation is powered by the Unreal Engine 3 and its Linux porter has recommended an interesting choice of drivers...

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System76 Galago UltraPro Haswell Ultrabook

For the past month at Phoronix we have been busy benchmarking the System76 Galago UltraPro. This latest creation from the Linux-friendly System76 is an Intel Haswell ultrabook with Iris Pro graphics. Here's our look at this Linux-loaded ultrabook and the benchmarks we've run on this powerful yet lightweight system.

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Nvidia G-Sync Puts Processors Inside Your PC Monitor to Reduce Stutter and Lag

Stutter, lag, and tearing are "the bane of the existence of PC gamers," explains Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. Even with a powerful graphics card in your computer, you won't necessarily get a smooth image because that GPU and the monitor will rarely be in perfect sync. Today, the company's announcing...

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Lenovo Announces A10 Android Laptop Amid Slumping PC Sales

After unintentionally leaking its existence, Lenovo has today officially announced the A10 Android laptop. It's the first laptop from the world's top PC vendor to ship with Android 4.2 on board. As we learned before, the A10 features a 10.1-inch HD display, 1.6GHz process, up to 32GB of storage, and a...

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An Open Source Graphics Processor (GPU) is raising funds on Kickstarter

A challenging but interesting project: Complete Verilog implementation of a 2D/ 3D graphics processor capable of OpenGL and D3D w/ full test suite Help fund us to create the the first professional quality Open Source GPU and help Kickstart an Open Hardware revolution. The current aim is to finish the...

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LunarG Pushes Forward To Advance Open-Source Graphics

LunarG is a company focused upon 3D driver innovations that was also involved in the original Tungsten Graphics days, stewarding Mesa until its developers were acquired by VMware. For an update where LunarG is at today, its co-founder and executive director, Jens Owens, has provided an update for Phoronix readers...

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