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  • Mesa's Virgl Code Lands Optimization For Lowering Memory Use

    Phoronix: Mesa's Virgl Code Lands Optimization For Lowering Memory Use

    It is not too often getting to talk about performance optimizations for Mesa's Virgl code that along with in conjunction with related "Virgil" components allows for hardware-accelerated 3D/OpenGL running within virtual machines. Hitting Mesa 22.0 this week though is some Virgl code improvements for allowing lower memory use within virtual machines...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...Reduce-Mem-Use

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    a directx driver for virgl would be so great

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    • #3
      Originally posted by flower View Post
      a directx driver for virgl would be so great
      I don't think this would be any good. AFAIK virgl only works with linux guests and no linux application make use of directx.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jonix View Post

        I don't think this would be any good. AFAIK virgl only works with linux guests and no linux application make use of directx.
        a directx driver is basically a gpu driver that includes directx support.
        so... well... what i want is a windows driver that is able to use my host gpu. without me having a second gpu (that's my current setup)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by flower View Post
          a directx driver for virgl would be so great
          Imagine.... VirX
          Or VirtualX or IndirectX

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