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  • Turnip Vulkan Driver Picks Up Geometry Streams To Support DXVK's Direct3D 10.1

    Phoronix: Turnip Vulkan Driver Picks Up Geometry Streams To Support DXVK's Direct3D 10.1

    We haven't heard much of traditional Linux gaming on any ARM-powered Qualcomm notebooks as it would rely on the likes of Hangover for running Windows x86_64 games on ARM, but the Turnip Vulkan driver within Mesa has a necessary feature for now being able to run DXVK with the Direct3D 10_1 (v10.1) feature level...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...y-Streams-DXVK

  • #2
    How is the android support for those open-source drivers?

    AFAIR that graphicsfuzz (before being purchased by google) didn't find any issue with open-source drivers, a thing that didn't happen with the closed source one

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    • #3
      Why do I think ugh.... TurnIP? TURNIP? Turnip?
      Why do I always think it is a network driver for Qualcomm SoCs when I hear that name?

      Maybe because TURN is a NAT traversal technique and IP means Internet Protocol?

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      • #4
        i think you'll get low-power gaming with hangover, as in "low fps"

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