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  • Intel Lands 20~40% Performance Optimization For Arc Graphics In Mesa 22.0

    Phoronix: Intel Lands 20~40% Performance Optimization For Arc Graphics In Mesa 22.0

    Intel's pixel pipeline optimization work focused on speeding up DG2/Alchemist graphics cards with their open-source graphics driver has managed to land in Mesa 22.0...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-Optimize-XeHP

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    Is this really worth reporting on if no consumer even has such a GPU yet? There's no baseline yet

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    • #3
      Originally posted by justinkb View Post
      Is this really worth reporting on if no consumer even has such a GPU yet? There's no baseline yet
      Michael has been doing that for as long as I remember. Announcing support for future GPUs, CPUs, etc.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by justinkb View Post
        Is this really worth reporting on if no consumer even has such a GPU yet? There's no baseline yet
        I guess it's some kind of indicator if we will have good day-1 support for Linux

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        • #5
          I think its nice knowing that the open drivers will probably be well optimized on release. We really need a good second player in the graphics card market with open source drivers.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Anux View Post
            I think its nice knowing that the open drivers will probably be well optimized on release. We really need a good second player in the graphics card market with open source drivers.
            if anything, it shows that those drivers so far were terribly unoptimized.

            only time will tell if there's some performance still left on the die.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by unic0rn View Post

              if anything, it shows that those drivers so far were terribly unoptimized.

              only time will tell if there's some performance still left on the die.
              Of course they were. The proper way to write software is "make it work" -> "make it good" -> "make it fast".
              Even so, this is good news for those considering an Intel GPU once they become available.

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              • #8
                What I find interesting is that Intel has been posting about how well these work with resolve and they aren't even released yet. A certain other graphics card company that has had their cards out for over a year now still can't get them to work with resolve on Linux

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MadeUpName View Post
                  What I find interesting is that Intel has been posting about how well these work with resolve and they aren't even released yet. A certain other graphics card company that has had their cards out for over a year now still can't get them to work with resolve on Linux
                  It's how Intel does things. Granted, their past drivers have been problematic before, but day 1 support was never an issue. The same goes for their CPUs, save for AL and its MIA thread directory support.

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                  • #10
                    Michael
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                    Michael : Typo Mordor not Morder .

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