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  • jorgepl
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    Why hasn't this been accepted in upstream yet? Is there any particular reason?

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  • kpedersen
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    in order to improve the desktop experience when needing to force the GPU to ramp up its performance state to get ahead in the rendering speed.
    I do similar for my CPU to ramp up its performance state and get ahead in processing speed. I wrote the code myself:

    Code:
    while(1)
    {
      // Keep busy
    }

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  • phoronix
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    Dynamic Triple Buffering Hopefully Will Land For GNOME 44

    Phoronix: Dynamic Triple Buffering Hopefully Will Land For GNOME 44

    For over two years Canonical has been working on dynamic triple buffering for the GNOME desktop with the Mutter compositor. This triple-buffering-when-needed can dramatically boost the desktop performance especially in cases like Intel integrated graphics and Raspberry Pi boards. The triple buffering work hasn't been upstreamed yet but the hope is that it may finally be ready for upstream inclusion with GNOME 44...

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