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+ - Open Source AMD Driver Now Supports OpenGL 3.3 & Is Getting Faster->

An anonymous reader writes: With the latest open source Linux code published today the AMD RadeonSI Gallium3D driver supports OpenGL 3.3 and GLSL 1.50; this is the open source Linux graphics driver used for Radeon HD 7000 series and newer, including the new Hawaii GPUs. The OpenGL 3.3 support appeared in patches spread across Mesa and LLVM that should appear in their next releases. It was also found that the RadeonSI driver is becoming a lot faster and starting to compete with Catalyst, AMD's notorious Linux binary driver.
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Open Source AMD Driver Now Supports OpenGL 3.3 & Is Getting Faster

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