Nouveau Kepler Re-Clocking Is Working A Lot Better On Linux 4.4

Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 20 November 2015. Page 3 of 3. 11 Comments
Nouveau 4.4 RC GTX 780 Ti
Nouveau 4.4 RC GTX 780 Ti
Nouveau 4.4 RC GTX 780 Ti

For some of the synthetic OpenGL tests in GpuTest the results were greater as at 0a they were limited by the GDDR5 video memory speed.

Well, those are the initial results to share today for a re-clocked GTX 780 Ti under Linux 4.4. Stay tuned for more Kepler Nouveau Linux 4.4 tests this weekend followed by a fresh comparison to the Radeon GPUs on their open-source driver as well as a latest open vs. closed-source driver comparison.

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