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Thread: Intel's Open-Source Broadwell Driver Claims OpenGL 3.3

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    Default Intel's Open-Source Broadwell Driver Claims OpenGL 3.3

    Phoronix: Intel's Open-Source Broadwell Driver Claims OpenGL 3.3

    Intel's open-source Linux graphics driver for supporting Broadwell is continuing to move along ahead of the availability of the new Intel processors in a few months time...

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

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    And still no Gallium3d support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackStar View Post
    And still no Gallium3d support.

    why should intel driver turn to gallium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackStar View Post
    And still no Gallium3d support.
    If Intel delivers good opensource drivers and support for it without joining to Gallium club, let it be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrecorreia View Post
    why should intel driver turn to gallium?
    Less duplication of effort...eventually.

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    There is intel 'ilo' gallium driver (however I known it's not supported by Intel, it's slower, bugged, experimental, with less features and less hardware support, but just to let you know).

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    The "Gen 8" Broadwell support doing GL 3.3 on Linux puts it on par with current-generation Haswell graphics.

    Lol what a nonsense. Haswell supports OpenGL 4.2 with newest windows drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkl View Post
    Lol what a nonsense. Haswell supports OpenGL 4.2 with newest windows drivers.
    I'm sure Broadwell does 4.2 on windows too, but this was obviously talking about linux.

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