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  • AMD Polaris Support Lands In Mesa's RadeonSI Gallium3D Driver

    While AMD just open-sourced their next-gen Polaris graphics driver code this week, changes have already landed in LLVM and this morning the Mesa/Gallium3D modifications necessary have landed in mainline Mesa.

    RadeonSI Gallium3D driver now has the support changes for Polaris, the Radeon Rx 400 series hardware being released soon. Plus related changes in the hardware enablement of these new GPUs.

  • OpenSWR Improvements Land In Mesa

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