Intel HD 4000 Ivy Bridge Graphics On Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 24 April 2012. Page 4 of 12. 96 Comments

When kicking things off with cairo-perf-trace for some 2D graphics benchmarks using the popular Cairo graphics library, Ivy Bridge 2D is even an improvement over the Sandy Bridge HD 2000/3000 graphics. The Poppler Cairo test was the fastest with the i7-3770K and was even faster than the AMD A8-3870K with Catalyst. The Radeon Gallium3D stack was by far the slowest in these Cairo tests.

With the Firefox canvas test, Ivy Bridge improved the situation again over the Sandy Bridge graphics and there was no threat posed by the AMD Fusion APU with either driver under Linux.

The Ivy Bridge HD 4000 graphics pull forward again...


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