13 Lines of Code Boosts Intel Sandy Bridge Performance

Wednesday Mar 9th 2011 by Keith Vance
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Intel's Zou Nan hai committed 13 lines of code to the Mesa Git mainline and that commit dramatically boosted Sandy Bridge Linux performance.

According to Phoronix, a 13-line Git commit to the Mesa mainline dramatically boosts Sandy Bridge Linux performance.

Michael Larabel reports that it's this Git commit on March 1 by Intel's Zou Nan hai that made all of the difference.

"It is a relatively straightforward and simple patch," Larabel said, "but how it affects the OpenGL performance is dramatic."

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