While the ATI Radeon HD 5000 "Evergreen" graphics cards launched last September, the proprietary Catalyst driver supported the new GPUs since they began appearing in retail channels, and Evergreen KMS support has been available since February, the open-source 2D/3D acceleration support for these newest ATI graphics cards have been non-existent. Fortunately, however, that is finally changing...
Hmz... Today is my last exam. After that I really have to get into pulling and compiling and such. I have to make a backup of my system anyway for Fedora 13 so I might as well hack and slash up my system...
Iiinteresting, sounds like it might be time to buy that passively cooled 5750 I've had my eye on.
It's the one sold out
On the side of my passive 4670 (err... some number like this) and my flat panel with multiple inputs, it should be nice to play fool with evergreen code. Read the r6xx-r7xx 3D programming doc. Hope will have brain time to spit some code. Is there any updated doc for evergreen to be released soon?
For instance the VGT block has many sub-blocks, we may have an overview of the way they manage together like the schema of the overall architecture, like a zoom.
Maybe microcode tuning for specific chip with new super CP packets! Imagine... on open source 3D engine that has backends done by fan people down to custom microcode! YEAH!