NVIDIA 381 Linux Beta vs. Linux 4.11 / Mesa 17.1 Radeon Comparison
Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 18 April 2017. Page 5 of 5. 33 Comments

Similarly, the RadeonSI stack is still competing well with the Xonotic first person shooter game.

The RadeonSI Gallium3D driver could use some optimizations for making its Unigine Superposition performance more competitive.

For those wondering how the latest Linux/Mesa Git stack for Radeon is comparing to the latest NVIDIA 381 Linux beta driver, hopefully you found these OpenGL/Vulkan results useful. If you have any further test requests, feel free to let me know via the forums -- priority, of course, given to those supporting the site by being a member of Phoronix Premium. Coming up hopefully on Wednesday will be our initial Radeon RX 580 Polaris Evolved tests on Ubuntu Linux.

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