What Do You Hope To See Out Of Today's Expected Catalyst Linux Update?
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 7 July 2015 at 12:12 PM EDT. 42 Comments
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It's expected that today AMD will be releasing an updated Catalyst (v15.20) Linux graphics driver. Aside from Radeon Rx 300/Fury graphics card support, what do you hope is part of this new driver series?

According to prolific Phoronix Forums contributor and AMD employee, John Bridgman, there's supposed to be out a new driver update.

With this Catalyst update we should finally see support for the new AMD GPUs that started surfacing a few weeks back. However, the changes beyond that aren't currently known... Hopefully some new Linux kernel support, bug fixes, and more Linux gaming optimizations? What do you hope is in the new driver? Any big features? Share your hopes by commenting on this article in our forums. Stay tuned to Phoronix as we should have all the details in the hours ahead.
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