Most Viewed Content:

Xiaomi Redmi X86 giant screen TV, 4K display + metal body RMB 4999

Xiaomi previously announced the Redmi X86 giant-screen TV. Xiaomi...

Sega says Sonic the Hedgehog series has surpassed 1.5 billion sales and downloads

Sega released the latest sales of its "Sonic the...

Intel Mesa driver integrates new patch to allow Arc Solo to run on non-x86 architecture devices

Intel today merged a new patch into the Mesa 23.0 driver to make it easier to run Intel OpenGL and Vulkan drivers on non-x86 / x86_64 architecture devices. The purpose of the driver improvement is to allow Intel Arc Solo to run on architecture devices such as AArch64, POWER and RISC-V.

Intel has spent the last few months working on improving Linux drivers on non-x86 architectures. Previous development efforts have focused on kernel drivers, while today’s combined patch provides OpenGL and Vulkan open-source driver support for non-x86 / x86_64 architectures.

While most open-source Linux graphics drivers work well on different CPU architectures, due to the nature of open source and the Linux community, they have traditionally not needed to care about non-x86 support in the case of Intel’s graphics driver stack.

In the days when integrated graphics support was offered, they were obviously tied to their x86 / x86_64 CPUs. But now that they’re getting into the discrete GPU game with Arc Graphics and their Ponte Vecchio / Max series, it’s a completely different paradigm.

With the possibility of installing standalone Intel GPUs on ARM64 servers, RISC-V desktops, and libre POWER9 desktops, their graphics drivers need to address the x86’isms that have been built up in their code base over the years.

Latest

Redox OS 0.8, an open-source operating system written in Rust released

After more than half a year of development, Redox...

Tesla to provide Dolby Atmos support for its cars

An upcoming software update from Tesla should bring a...

Samsung was granted a patent for a foldable notebook, large Galaxy Z Fold 4

With the success of the Galaxy Z Fold 4...

Samsung Galaxy S22 vs Google Pixel 7 camera comparison, who performs better?

Foreign technology media SamMobile recently released a new video...
spot_img

Newsletter

Don't miss

Redox OS 0.8, an open-source operating system written in Rust released

After more than half a year of development, Redox...

Tesla to provide Dolby Atmos support for its cars

An upcoming software update from Tesla should bring a...

Samsung was granted a patent for a foldable notebook, large Galaxy Z Fold 4

With the success of the Galaxy Z Fold 4...

Samsung Galaxy S22 vs Google Pixel 7 camera comparison, who performs better?

Foreign technology media SamMobile recently released a new video...

Samsung updates One Hand Operation + app: Adds show/hide taskbar feature

Samsung has recently updated the One Hand Operation+ application....
spot_imgspot_img

Global DRAM market size fell to $18.19 billion in third quarter, down to 28.9% from previous year

November 18 news, according to foreign media reports, by the decline in demand for consumer electronics products, the demand for memory chips has also...

Apple iPhone 14 Pro series shipping time extended again, queued to January next year

Apple’s official website in China shows that the iPhone 14 Pro series is currently under the order, and the delivery date has been queued...

Audio-Technica ATH-M50x 2023 limited edition color matching launched, will be available next summer

In the past two years, Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones have launched a limited edition color scheme every year. Previously, the official announced four candidate color...