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Intel Graphics Mature Greatly With The Linux Kernel

Michael Larabel

Published on 27 August 2012
Written by Michael Larabel
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Nexuiz is also climbing higher, mostly due to the Linux 3.4 kernel improvements for the Intel i965 DRM driver.

Even the far-from-demanding OpenArena 0.8.5 game is up 25% in terms of frame-rate over the tested Linux kernel releases from the Core i5 Sandy Bridge Apple hardware.

The newest OpenArena release that takes advantage of GLSL and other improved visual effects is also up higher.

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