Benchmarking NVIDIA's R310 Linux Driver Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 8 November 2012. Page 4 of 4. 37 Comments

With the more visually intense Xonotic image settings, the NVIDIA R310 Linux graphics driver continued to deliver definite performance gains from the driver upgrade. The performance of the NVIDIA 310 Linux graphics driver is definitely much better and so far I have yet to encounter regressions of any kind from this new driver that was optimized for Valve's Linux push.

Next will we see an optimized and bug-free Catalyst Linux driver?

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