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NVIDIA Is Working Towards Open-Source Re-Clocking Support On The Tegra X1

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A new open-source driver patch series was published today by an engineer at NVIDIA.

Alexandre Courbot of NVIDIA who has been working on most of the open-source Nouveau enablement for newer Tegra SoCs along with the signed firmware support for the GTX 900 series is the one responsible for this latest patch series.

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