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Solus Borrows From The Clear Linux Playbook For AVX2-Optimized Gaming

One of the approaches Intel's Clear Linux distribution uses for achieving greater performance is by shipping AVX2 (and even now AVX-512) optimized libraries with their OS that are then automatically used if the detected host CPU is AVX equipped. Solus is making use of this approach now for striving for better Linux gaming performance.

12 November 2017 - AVX2 Libraries - 9 Comments
Trying Out The Intel Vulkan Driver With F1 2017 On Linux

With Feral Interactive's port of F1 2017 to Linux, only Radeon via RADV and NVIDIA are supported for this racing game that's making use of the Vulkan graphics API under Linux. For those curious about if Intel graphics can squeeze by for this game with the open-source "ANV" Intel Vulkan driver, I tried it out.

4 November 2017 - Intel ANV Vulkan - 14 Comments
The Interesting Banshee Game Engine Now Officially Supports Linux

We previously covered Banshee as one of the interesting Vulkan-based projects with this open-source game engine supporting OpenGL / Direct3D 11 and as of January added Vulkan support. They had been planning to firm up Linux support for Q4 and they have managed to strike that goal.

1 November 2017 - Banshee Engine - 8 Comments
F1 2017 On Linux Will Support Vulkan

To little surprise considering all of Feral's Vulkan driver help recently, their racing game port announced earlier today, F1 2017 for Linux, will use the new graphics API.

27 October 2017 - F1 2017 - 25 Comments
The Talos Principle VR Launches With Linux Support

Croteam has just released The Talos Principle VR, the virtual reality edition of their award-winning The Talos Principle puzzle game. SteamOS/Linux with the HTC Vive is supported alongside Windows.

17 October 2017 - The Talos Principle VR - 11 Comments

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