Maybe you are right but that doesn't change the fact that this GPU is working as it should on Windows. From the point that they abandoned Linux blob support, they should have had a proper open-source driver if they respect their buyers.
Originally Posted by smitty3268
Personally for example I will NEVER buy AMD GPU again for that reason. I have a GTX 570 in my Desktop and it is working fantastic from Ubuntu 11.10 I first installed a Linux OS.
I can play any Linux supported Steam game without any single problem and with equal performance to Windows.
Not no support, but rather only basic support.
Originally Posted by IsacDaavid
Last edited by ArchLinux; 06-15-2014 at 01:35 PM.
Nouveau has full 3D/2D support except reclocking and lacks some more exotic functions like cuda and video acceleration.
Originally Posted by ArchLinux
IMHO, nouveau is anything but basic. nVidia's contributions to it's codebase is an argument in that direction.
I'm thinking about the results.
What's the reason?
Or may be that 2D isn't as "basic" feature as I think and need things like reclocking?
I think you misread that, because it was about Nvidia's support to Nouveau.
Originally Posted by Rexilion
What the OSS Radeon drivers where capable of 9 months ago.
Originally Posted by verde
That is outstanding. Really impressive. I did not know they were *that* far. There should be a Phoronix article about this. Something shiny instead of all those benchmark numbers.
Originally Posted by Kivada