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NVIDIA, Intel, and AMD Join Forces to Improve OpenGL Performance Up to 15 Times

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NVIDIA, Intel, and AMD are not always rivals and they proved that by organizing a joint panel at the Game Developer Conference 2014 in San Francisco to explain to developers how they can unlock the amazing potential of OpenGL.

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I think I am confused. Is it

I think I am confused. Is it about better specs for future versions of OpenGL or are they asking game developers to write better code?

OpenGL

I later saw a couple more articles about it, namely:

It's possible that they optimise their hardware to take particular OpenGL directives and ask developers to adapt to these. Different cards' performance may depend on what commands are sent for rendering.

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