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    Default Intel Mesa Driver Ups Counter-Strike Performance

    Phoronix: Intel Mesa Driver Ups Counter-Strike Performance

    A patch to mainline Mesa yesterday from Intel has resulted in a ~7% performance boost for Sandy Bridge "GT2" graphics when running the video stress test for Valve's Counter-Strike: Source...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTE0ODc

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    Next port after L4D2?

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    Did they test performance of CSS on Wine or do they have access to native version?

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    i think that i will ditch my nvidia card and use only the intel HD3000 with my intel core i5 2500k processor. Shame that the intel Ivy Bridge i5 3570k is a bit pricey atm.

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    The Ivy GPU indeed looks like it has top performance in Linux compared to others (running open source drivers, obviously). Personally, I hope Intel will leave the GPU in there for the next "E" CPU line

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    intel has to make a gpu which will be able to handle the soon to be released OpenGL version. the i5 2500k is unfortunately stuck @ OGL 3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fazer View Post
    Did they test performance of CSS on Wine or do they have access to native version?
    I think this was with Wine, sorry. Matt had been working with CS:S long before Valve ever announced any Linux plans. Still, the change should help regardless!

    Quote Originally Posted by Setlec View Post
    intel has to make a gpu which will be able to handle the soon to be released OpenGL version. the i5 2500k is unfortunately stuck @ OGL 3.0
    The i5 2500k (Ivybridge) hardware can handle at least OpenGL 4.0, as far as I'm aware. It's purely software that limits it to 3.0.

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