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Author: 
ickle

Lots of numbers from running cairo-traces on a i5-2500, which has a Sandybridge GT1 GPU (or more confusingly called HD2000), and also a Radeon HD5770 discrete GPU.

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Author: 
ickle

The introduction of KMS and GEM into the i915 driver broke the i830/i845 chipsets, and a lots of hearts. But fear not! A decade after its introduction, we finally have a driver that is not only stable, but capable of accelerating firefox.

The problem?

Blog
作者: 
Rodrigo Vivi

Daniel Vetter has written, on his blog, a very nifty i915/GEM Crashcourse. It is divided in 4 parts and all of them are transcripted here.

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作者: 
Rodrigo Vivi

Daniel Vetter has published a short writeup and his slides.

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Author: 
Robert Bragg

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