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Intel® Graphics for Linux*
Industry-leading, open source Linux* 3D drivers for Intel® Graphics
The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
Intel® Graphics for Linux*
Versatile, powerful drivers for premium 3D graphics on your favorite Linux OS
The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
Intel® Graphics for Linux*
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Intel® Graphics for Linux*

Intel® Graphics for Linux*

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Author: 
ickle

Søren Sandmann Pedersen, maintainer of the pixman library that is at the heart of the software rasteriser in Cairo and X, argues that with all things being equal an integrated graphics processor should never be able to outperform the main processor for rendering Cairo.

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Author: 
ickle

The Nvidia ion GPU was released a few years back to cater for the low power netbook market as a substantial upgrade for the anemic Intel GMA950 (or 945gm as it is better known to us) that shipped as the integrated graphics processor in the first Atoms.

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Author: 
pzanoni

So now I finally have a blog!

The plan is to write about my adventures on the Intel Linux graphics drivers. I hope I will be able to share a little bit of my knowledge, making people understand our challenges and also maybe influencing them to contribute.

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Author: 
ickle

As is always the case, everytime you try to compare implementations, you find completely unexpected bugs. The idea was simple: look at the performance of the last few generations and see how we’ve been improving.

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