Mesa 9.2 Brings Better Performance To Intel Ivy Bridge
Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 13 April 2013. Page 4 of 4. 3 Comments

Xonotic with low quality settings doesn't appear to be any faster with the Git development code over using the Mesa 9.1 stable release.

With high quality Xonotic, the frame-rates are about stable if not a little bit higher.

So far, things are looking good for Ivy Bridge with Mesa 9.2-devel, even at a time when most Intel OTC developers are beginning to focus most of their attention on Haswell and Valley View. More benchmarks to come as the next Mesa release approaches.

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