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  • Aryma
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    so the old igpu is dead even in linux ?

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  • numacross
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    Originally posted by skierpage View Post
    What is GuC or HuC? Intel's own docs don't explain the term.
    They explain it here:
    The Graphics micro (µ) Controller (GuC) is designed to offload some of the functionality usually run on the host driver. This functionality includes:
    • Authentication of the HEVC/H.265 micro (µ) Controller (HuC)

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  • skierpage
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    What is GuC or HuC? Intel's own docs don't explain the term.

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  • Intel Working On Updating Its GuC, Still Aiming To Transition To This Firmware-Based Scheduling

    Phoronix: Intel Working On Updating Its GuC, Still Aiming To Transition To This Firmware-Based Scheduling

    In addition to a lot of movement right now within the Intel kernel graphics driver around memory management handling for local memory / discrete GPUs, another big and ongoing area is improving the job submission and workload scheduling by making proper use of its GuC firmware capabilities and also integrating the DRM scheduler...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...x=Intel-GuC-62
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