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    Phoronix: Panfrost Gallium3D To Focus On Better Performance, OpenGL 3.1 Support

    With Mesa 20.3 that should be released as stable in December there is working Arm Bifrost graphics support for the open-source Panfrost Gallium3D while looking past that this Arm Mali driver is going to be focusing on better performance and desktop OpenGL 3.1 support...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nce-GL-31-Next

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    Typo: Mali G72 as Bifrost 3rd Gen.

    It should be Mali G76

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    • #3
      From a SELFISH point of view, it's unfortunate that from Mesamatrix it looks like work on OpenGL Embedded Systems has been sidelined in favour of desktop. I understand the attraction was always chromebooks etc so not complaining, just saying it's s unfortunate given the amount of TV boxes that go to landfill each year because of lack of updates from manufacturers /OEMs.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by In_Mint_Condition View Post
        From a SELFISH point of view, it's unfortunate that from Mesamatrix it looks like work on OpenGL Embedded Systems has been sidelined in favour of desktop. I understand the attraction was always chromebooks etc so not complaining, just saying it's s unfortunate given the amount of TV boxes that go to landfill each year because of lack of updates from manufacturers /OEMs.
        The truth is, you simply cant do much actually useful with those old TV boxes and their extremely restricted GPUs.

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        • #5
          Everytime Panfrost improves, devices like the Pinebook Pro get better. Glad to see the project well and alive!

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