A Game Developer's Perspective On Linux Driver Quality
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 12 May 2014 at 01:07 PM EDT. 43 Comments
After writing about the many problems with OpenGL, Valve's Rich Geldreich has written a new blog post about his perspective on the different major Linux drivers.

Rich covers the major OpenGL drivers on Windows and Linux from all the major vendors. Rich doesn't name the vendors directly, but any long-time Phoronix reader should be able to easily figure out Vendor A, B, C, and D... If you don't, you better read our hundreds of Linux graphics driver articles and graphics card reviews to get updated on the current Linux GPU/driver situation...

You can read Rich's OpenGL driver post via his Blogspot.

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