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  • Raspberry Pi V3DV Driver Still Working On Vulkan 1.1 Conformance, More Performance

    Phoronix: Raspberry Pi V3DV Driver Still Working On Vulkan 1.1 Conformance, More Performance

    Iago Toral of Igalia kicked off the first day of the virtual XDC2021 developer conference today by sharing a status update on V3DV as the open-source Mesa Vulkan driver most notably used for Raspberry Pi 4 and newer...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...DV-2021-Status

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    Sorry for off-topic, but in mentioned video is very interesting part about https://libvf.io/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTZISTjqy9Q&t=23224s

    The sound is terrible, but if I'm not mistaken - they somehow managed to start VM with GPU passthrough on computer that have installed only one consumer GPU (and probably it is not related with Intel GVT-g)...

    If it is true then my dreams come true
    Last edited by Danniello; 15 September 2021, 04:33 PM.

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      Originally posted by Danniello View Post
      Sorry for off-topic, but in mentioned video is very interesting part about https://libvf.io/

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTZISTjqy9Q&t=23224s

      The sound is terrible, but if I'm not mistaken - they somehow managed to start VM with GPU passthrough on computer that have installed only one consumer GPU (and probably it is not related with Intel GVT-g)...

      If it is true then my dreams come true
      you are wrong, that is explicitly what it IS. you can think of it as a helper for the technology, (IE. MXgpu, Vgpu, GVT-g) that is explicitly why they said they are excited for the dg1. you will want to keep an eye out for qemu + venus support, as once that is merged it MAY become worthwhile for someone to port venus to windows. then you can use dxvk for many applications. but this will not help those on AMD gpus, as AMD gaming gpus don't physically support mxgpu. at least to my knowledge. (i could be wrong on this one, but have yet to be proven so, I really hope I am though)

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