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Aside from the performance benefits of Broadwell, particularly in having greater graphics capabilities, laptops and ultrabook designs are much more power efficient than former Haswell products. Here's some quick tests I did today comparing the Broadwell-based Core i7 ThinkPad X1 Carbon to my former Haswell-based Core i7 ASUS Zenbook ultrabook.
25 January 2015 - Zenbook vs. ThinkPad - 10 Comments
Intel has already landed a lot of new DRM graphics code for the Linux 3.20 kernel but there's more in store for drm-next before calling it a week.
24 January 2015 - Intel DRM-Next 3.20
Longtime X developer Keith Packard has left Intel and their Linux graphics work in favor of picking up a gig at Hewlett-Packard.
20 January 2015 - Keith Packard - 15 Comments
While Intel's Open-Source Technology Center has publicly had Broadwell Linux GPU driver code to post public since the end of 2013 and they've already started on Skylake enablement, there's still yet-to-be-mainlined patches for the Linux kernel to benefit Broadwell graphics performance.
14 January 2015 - HiZ Performance
Ben Widawsky of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center rolled out a new experimental tool aptly called intel_frequency for manipulating the Intel GPU frequency under Linux.
12 January 2015 - intel_frequency - 12 Comments
Intel RealSense is a Kinect-like 3D camera. The Intel RealSense 3D camera is intended to have a variety of applications from 3D scanning to "immersive collaboration" to gaming, but sadly its Linux support isn't yet up to scratch.
10 January 2015 - RealSense - 4 Comments
While it didn't make it for the Linux 3.19 kernel merge window, an Intel developer is still working on the Imagination PowerVR VPU.
8 January 2015 - IPVR - 1 Comment
Hitting the Intel DRM tree this week was the much anticipated Haswell performance patch that was previously talked up by LunarG for benefiting Valve's OpenGL games on Linux. I've ran a few quick benchmarks today of the new Linux kernel code.
6 January 2015 - OpenGL Performance - 5 Comments
Along with many other announcements out of Intel this week for the Consumer Electronic Show, Intel officially lifted the lid on their new Broadwell NUCs!
6 January 2015 - Broadwell NUC - 4 Comments
Back in November I wrote about a Major Performance Breakthrough Discovered For Intel's Mesa Driver due to testing done by LunarG and uncovered with the help of Intel. That performance-boosting patch has been queued up for drm-intel-next thus meaning it will be present with the next major kernel cycle -- the Linux 3.20 kernel.
6 January 2015 - Haswell Performance Boost - 2 Comments
On Sunday I posted some benchmarks looking at Intel Haswell HD Graphics performance between 2013 and 2014, but for users of older "Ivy Bridge" graphics how does the performance comparison? In this article are Intel HD Graphics 4000 benchmarks between 2012 and 2014.
30 December 2014 - HD Graphics 4000 - 3 Comments
The Intel X.Org driver (xf86-video-intel 3.0) driver has been in pre-release form since September 2013 and now after having gone through many development revisions, xf86-video-intel 3.0 might be on final approach.
21 December 2014 - xf86-video-intel 3.0 - 4 Comments
Intel's open-source team on Friday released intel-gpu-tools 1.9 as the latest version of this collection of tools used generally for testing and debugging purposes.
13 December 2014 - Skylake
Intel's Edison Module is a development platform for prototyping wearable computing devices and IoT devices. Here's some Linux benchmarks with the Intel Edison running on Debian.
5 December 2014 - Intel Edison - 1 Comment
Intel developers have added the necessary code for the Video Acceleration API (VA-API) to offer support for decoding H.265/HEVC content.
4 December 2014 - VA-API - 8 Comments
The Linux 3.19 kernel that's a few weeks out still from officially being under development is quite heavy on the changes.
28 November 2014 - drm-intel-next 3.19 - 12 Comments
While we've been quite excited to get our hands on Cherry Trail hardware after the great encounters with Bay Trail on Linux, it looks like we'll be waiting a few more months.
25 November 2014 - Cherry Trail - 11 Comments
For those wondering whether there will be any exciting improvements with the Intel DRM graphics driver in the Linux 3.18 kernel, here's some OpenGL performance benchmarks.
22 November 2014 - HD Graphics - 3 Comments
After two years of development by the Intel Open-Source Technology Center China crew, Beignet 1.0.0 was released this week for providing open-source OpenCL support on Linux.
15 November 2014 - Beignet 1.0 - 11 Comments
Intel has sent in another round of graphics driver changes to be queued up in DRM-Next for the Linux 3.19 kernel.
14 November 2014 - Linux 3.19 Kernel
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