Intel News Archives
Intel OpenGL Shader Cache Revised Once More

The long ongoing work to implement an OpenGL/GLSL shader cache for the Intel Mesa driver has been revised once more with 32 new patches hitting the mailing list today.

19 October 2017 - i965 GLSL Shader Cache - 7 Comments
Intel Announces Early 8th Gen Core Processors, Coffee Lake

Intel has rushed up the announcement of their 8th Gen Intel Core desktop processors following a recent leak. We can now confirm that these new Intel CPUs are en route to retailers, they have already arrived for testing, and will be benchmarked under Linux on Phoronix once that secondary embargo expires.

24 September 2017 - Coffee Lake Launch - 34 Comments
The State Of Intel's GPU Virtualization Pass-Through On Linux

Wrapping up our XDC2017 coverage for this annual X.Org developer event that took place this past week in Mountain View, Zhenyu Wang of Intel presented on their ongoing work for mediated GPU virtualization pass-through support on Linux, Intel GVT.

24 September 2017 - Mediated GPU Pass-Through - 24 Comments
Intel's Linux Driver & Mesa Have Hit Amazing Milestones This Year

Kaveh Nasri, the manager of Intel's Mesa driver team within the Open-Source Technology Center since 2011, spoke this morning at XDC2017 about the accomplishments of his team and more broadly the Mesa community. Particularly over the past year there has been amazing milestones accomplished for this open-source driver stack.

21 September 2017 - Intel 2017 - Add A Comment
Clear Linux & Their Love For FMV + dl_platform/dl_hwcap In The Name Of Performance

For those mesmerized by the numbers whenever posting a cross-distribution comparison like the recent Core i9 7900X vs. Threadripper 1950X On Ubuntu 17.10, Antergos, Clear Linux with showing Intel's performance optimizations done on Clear Linux, Intel engineer Victor Rodriguez presented this week at the 2017 Open-Source Summit North America about some of their Linux performance boosting work.

15 September 2017 - Intel Performance - 19 Comments
New Intel DRM Code For Testing, Material For Linux 4.15

Intel developers have published a new round of drm-intel-testing updates for those developers or enthusiasts wishing to begin testing this in-progress code for the Intel Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) driver with this code eventually being queued for the Linux 4.15 cycle.

7 September 2017 - i915 DRM - 2 Comments
Intel Cache Quality Monitoring Gets Rewritten For Linux 4.14

Intel Cache Quality Monitoring (CQM) has been present in recent Intel Xeon CPUs as a way to allow a process or processes to be tracked for their CPU cache usage. This is part of Intel's modern quality of service (QoS) features for helping developers fully leverage modern Intel CPU architectures. With Linux 4.14, CQM has gone through a rework.

6 September 2017 - Linux 4.14 CQM - 1 Comment
Android Support For Intel's ANV Vulkan Driver

Chad Versace, the former Intel Linux graphics driver developer now working at Google, has posted a set of 23 patches for bringing Android support to the Intel open-source Vulkan driver.

2 September 2017 - Android ANV Vulkan - 1 Comment
Intel OpenGL/Vulkan Developers Join #intel-3d

For those having issues with the "i965" OpenGL or "ANV" Vulkan drivers within Mesa, Intel open-source developers have now setup the #intel-3d IRC for discussions around these Intel Mesa 3D drivers.

23 August 2017 - #intel-3d IRC - 15 Comments
Intel Gets Back To Working On Their OpenGL Shader Cache

Prior to joining Valve to work on the Linux graphics stack where one of his first objectives was working on the Gallium3D/RadeonSI shader cache, Timothy Arceri had been working for Collabora where he was tidying up the Mesa on-disk shader cache with a focus on the Intel i965 OpenGL driver. That has yet to be merged with Intel support but now there are developers back to working on this support.

19 August 2017 - i965 Shader Cache - 2 Comments

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