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Grand Theft Auto Running On Direct3D Natively On Linux Shows Gallium3D Potential

As a follow on from today's Nouveau vs. NVIDIA OpenGL driver benchmarking results that were published earlier today on Phoronix, in the comments an interesting video was pointed out of Grand Theft Auto IV using Direct3D 9.x natively under Linux.
28 July 2014 - D3D9 - 78 Comments

MP Counters In Prototype Stage For Nouveau NV50

Samuel Pitoiset has shared another blog post on his excellent work for reverse-engineering NVIDIA hardware performance counters and implementing the functionality within the open-source Nouveau driver.
20 July 2014 - NV50 MP

Nouveau NVC0 Gallium3D Now Supports Indirect Drawing

Nouveau's NVC0 Gallium3D driver for supporting NVIDIA "Fermi" hardware and newer has picked up support for indirect drawing.
16 July 2014 - NVC0 - 10 Comments

NVIDIA Contributes Re-Clocking Code To Nouveau For The GK20A

One of the biggest challenges with the Nouveau open-source graphics driver for NVIDIA graphics hardware in recent times has been with regard to GPU / video memory re-clocking. As a minor step forward, NVIDIA has contributed re-clocking patches for the GK20A graphics processor.
11 July 2014 - Re-Clocking - 11 Comments

AMD's GL Performance Monitor Gets Wired Up For Nouveau

While two X.Org GSoC projects already failed this summer, student developer Samuel Pitoiset continues making great progress on his work for implementing performance counter support within the open-source Nouveau NVIDIA graphics driver.
5 July 2014 - GL_AMD_performance_monitor - 1 Comment

NVIDIA's Performance Counters Closer To Being Exposed By Nouveau

The work by open-source student developer Samuel Pitoiset taking part again in Google's Summer of Code is continuing to show signs of progress. Pitoiset is the one that's been working towards an open-source version of NVIDIA's NVPerfKit with exposing NVIDIA's performance counters on Linux using the open-source Nouveau driver.
26 June 2014 - Performance Counters

Nouveau Will Now Sync Buffer-Swaps To VBlanks By Default

In trying to reduce tearing and match the behavior of the Intel and Radeon drivers, the Nouveau X.Org driver will now sync buffer-swaps to vblanks by default.
21 June 2014 - GLXVBlank - 16 Comments

An Open-Source Version Of NVIDIA's NVPerfKit Continues Coming

As part of the this year's Google Summer of Code, a returning Nouveau developer is working on open-source, reverse-engineered performance counters support for NVIDIA graphics hardware that's implemented within the Nouveau driver stack and exposed to user-space in a similar manner to NVIDIA's NvPerfKit.
20 June 2014 - NVPerfKit

Nouveau Gains Support For The X PRESENT Extension

One day after the open-source Nouveau X.Org driver gained support for GLAMOR acceleration and the NVIDIA "Maxwell" hardware, the latest addition to xf86-video-nouveau is enabling support for the X.Org PRESENT extension.
20 June 2014 - xf86-video-nouveau - 2 Comments

Nouveau X.Org Driver Adds Maxwell & GLAMOR Acceleration Support

The Nouveau X.Org driver (xf86-video-nouveau) now has basic support for NVIDIA's newest Maxwell graphics processor. Related to that, there's also GLAMOR 2D acceleration support available within the Nouveau DDX.
19 June 2014 - xf86-video-nouveau - 12 Comments

Nouveau NVC0 Gets Close On Another OpenGL 4 extension

The latest OpenGL 4 extension being enabled for the Nouveau "NVC0" Gallium3D driver is GL_ARB_viewport_array.
15 June 2014 - OpenGL 4.1

The X.Org Foundation Is Funding Work To Improve Nouveau Re-Clocking

The X.Org Foundation has decided to fund an Endless Vacation of Code project to improve the support for the Nouveau driver's re-clocking of several generations of NVIDIA GPUs.
13 June 2014 - Re-Clocking - 18 Comments

KMSCUBE Now Runs On NVIDIA's Jetson TK1

The open-source driver stack for NVIDIA's Tegra K1 SoC continues to go well and their Jetson TK1 ARM development board has reached the "kmscube" milestone.
5 June 2014 - Open-Source - 1 Comment

Open-Source NVIDIA Changes Are Exciting For Linux 3.16

Besides being able to try out re-clocking with Linux 3.16, there's also several other changes lined up for this next kernel release cycle when it comes to the Nouveau driver providing open-source NVIDIA graphics support.
4 June 2014 - Nouveau - 1 Comment

Nouveau On Linux 3.16 Will Allow You To Try Re-Clocking

The Nouveau DRM graphics driver for open-source NVIDIA support hasn't seen any fundamental re-clocking support breakthroughs for the upcoming Linux 3.16 kernel but the support can be easily enabled for select GeForce GPU models.
4 June 2014 - Re-Clocking - 9 Comments

Nouveau 2D Rendering Is Much Slower Than Intel SNA

Besides Nouveau's 3D performance being very slow until re-clocking is figured out, the 2D performance of this open-source NVIDIA Linux graphics driver is also very slow.
28 May 2014 - xf86-video-nouveau - 7 Comments

NVIDIA's Tegra K1 Support Lands In Mainline Mesa

In continuation of the story earlier today about NVIDIA contributing Mesa patches to add "GK20A" support to Nouveau's NVC0 Gallium3D driver, the support has now landed within mainline Mesa.
27 May 2014 - GK20A

NVIDIA Performance Counters Continue To Be Reverse-Engineered

Last year Samuel Pitoiset took up a Google Summer of Code project for reverse-engineering NVIDIA's hardware performance counters on their GPUs so they could be supported by the Nouveau driver and exposed under Linux. After making much progress last year and sticking around the Nouveau camp after his summer term, Pitoiset is again working more on NVIDIA performance counters for Nouveau this year via another GSoC project.
18 May 2014 - Performance Counters - 9 Comments

Nouveau Re-Clocking Details Discussed Further

As a follow-up to yesterday's article about an NvReclock option for the Nouveau driver, the open-source developers have been discussing the specifics behind this on the mailing list.
17 May 2014 - Nouveau Re-Clocking

Nouveau Might Add A "NvReclock" Option

A patch has been proposed to introduce a NvReclock option for more easily enabling NVIDIA GPU core/memory re-clocking support by this open-source, reverse-engineered driver where supported. Initially this NvReclock option is only going to be enabled by default for select GPUs.
16 May 2014 - NvReclock - 4 Comments

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