And for french readers https://linuxfr.org/news/sortie-de-linux-3-13
Originally Posted by d2kx
'performance' power state still means more fps?
DPM is activated by default in the kernel 3.13. So, if I make use of the "radeon.dpm=1" thing, and if I use the "performance" power state (via sysfs), do I am still going to have more performance for games?
That use to help with kernel 3.11/12 (in my radeon hf4200), but now than it is enabled by default and the power state can not be choosen (in the defaul kernel), so I wonder if it still would mean more FPS in games, or if it is not necessary anymore.
Nice. Now to wait for LXQT to be released (probably won't be that long now) and for both to become stable-ish on Gentoo, and I can rid my netbook of Catalyst, making the startup faster and smoother.