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    Phoronix: Intel Haswell Linux Performance For Valve's Source Engine Games

    Earlier this week I delivered some 13-way AMD open-source Linux GPU benchmarks when tested against Valve's Source Engine powered Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Source games. Now up for testing from the Steam Linux client on Ubuntu is the Intel open-source Mesa graphics driver performance with Core i7 "Haswell" graphics.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=19338

  • bobwya
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    There really must be a big jump with the 3.12 kernel + Mesa 10.0. Will have to update my Arch install soon to test things out for my Radeon HD 4650M!!

    @Michael...
    Thanks for posting some Source Engine benchmarks. Really useful!!

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  • jmcharron
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    I want to see that i7-4770 vs a FX8350 shootout with all those new shiny Nvidia cards you now seem to have in your possession .

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  • devius
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    Holy crap! Intel named their GPUs by comparing their performance to the similarly named AMD products when running on the November 2013 open source drivers!! :O Amazing!!!!11!!!1

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  • iniudan
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    I don't have any Iris Pro hardware... Only had the System76 laptop for a few weeks.
    Ok, thank for the info Michael.

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  • Michael
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    I don't have any Iris Pro hardware... Only had the System76 laptop for a few weeks.

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  • scottishduck
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    Really could do with Iris (Pro) benchmarks as they are particularly impressive.

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  • iniudan
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    Do you still have the Iris laptop ? Would be nice to see result of it, even if rest of the hardware is not comparable.

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