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  • KDE Plasma Fixes A "Major Performance Issue" Seen With Intel Graphics On Wayland

    Phoronix: KDE Plasma Fixes A "Major Performance Issue" Seen With Intel Graphics On Wayland

    KDE developers finished out June on a high note with many features and new fixes landing for Plasma 6.0 development as well as refinements for later Plasma 5.27 point releases...

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    Regarding the Wayland fix, just skimmed through the MR, now it uses a cache for some framebuffer stuff instead of doing a roundtrip of getting the same thing from VRAM over and over again.

    From the comments, it seems that the fix should improve the smoothness of Wayland sessions

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    • #3
      Originally posted by andrei_me View Post
      Regarding the Wayland fix, just skimmed through the MR, now it uses a cache for some framebuffer stuff instead of doing a roundtrip of getting the same thing from VRAM over and over again.

      From the comments, it seems that the fix should improve the smoothness of Wayland sessions
      Interesting, I thought on Intel graphics VRAM is just the same as normal RAM.

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      • #4
        Michael

        Slight Typo:

        More details on the kDE changes this week via Nate's blog.‚Äč

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        • #5
          Originally posted by archkde View Post

          Interesting, I thought on Intel graphics VRAM is just the same as normal RAM.
          Could be a fix for Arc video cards?

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