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    Phoronix: Intel's Initial Graphics Updates For Linux 5.11: More DG1, Integer Scaling, Async Flips

    There's still more than one month to go until the Linux 5.11 merge window kicks off but Intel open-source developers have already submitted their initial batch of kernel graphics driver updates to DRM-Next...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nux-5.11-First

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    Integer scaling? Does anyone know how to jump forward in time so I can have 5.11 NOW?

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    • #3
      Intel is investing so much in the Linux stack.
      I wish they'd made a dedicated graphics card for gamers that would match the performance of a rtx 3800 or the upcoming amd 6800 series.

      Having some high-end card would really justify the efforts they're putting into their drivers.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by vladimir86 View Post
        Integer scaling? Does anyone know how to jump forward in time so I can have 5.11 NOW?
        Just sit still. Time jumps forward automatically.

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        • #5
          integer scaling support for helping pixel art games and similar content
          Integer scaling is not just for pixel art or similar content, this is a myth and misconception. The main use case is scaling Full HD to 4K (and QHD/4K to 8K in near future) in modern 3D games for the purpose of increasing performance with no quality loss compared with a Full HD display of the same size.

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