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Thread: Mesa 9.0 vs. Mesa 9.1-devel On Intel Sandy Bridge

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    Default Mesa 9.0 vs. Mesa 9.1-devel On Intel Sandy Bridge

    Phoronix: Mesa 9.0 vs. Mesa 9.1-devel On Intel Sandy Bridge

    For those Intel "Sandy Bridge" CPU owners with integrated HD 2000/3000 graphics, here are some benchmarks showing the performance of the current Mesa 9.1-devel Git code compared to the stable Mesa 9.0 release. There are a few performance improvements to be found for this open-source Intel Linux graphics driver.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=18225

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    hey better something than nothing. I'm sure there were more benefits than just increased performance.

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    Can we have SNA/Glamour tests? pls pls pls

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    Default How to Enable OpenGL 3.x?

    Hi.

    I'm generally curious: as a Fedora user (18 beta), how could I enable OpenGL 3.x support in Mesa for Intel HD 4000 graphics? For some reason I cannot enable it with the default packages provided, and I'm somewhat unsure of how to build Mesa from source over my existing installation. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Most likely you did not install s2tc (or s3tc) packages.

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    I'm sure there were more benefits than just increased performance.

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