How AMD Kaveri's Graphics Performance Has Evolved Under Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 6 January 2017. Page 5 of 5. 10 Comments

With these additional results, the OpenGL performance varied between Ubuntu 16.10 with Linux 4.10 and Mesa 13.1-dev being around the same speed as the older fglrx drivers to faster in a few scenarios. You can dig through more results via these OpenBenchmarking.org result files: 1701056-RI-KAVERI17416 and 1701054-RI-KAVERI28916.

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