Over the weekend NVIDIA released a fresh small update to their developer-focused Vulkan Beta driver.
NVIDIA has released two new Beta drivers for Linux recently, so here's your usual rundown of what's new and changed.
After working on it for a while, Collabora developer Moses Turner has announced that their "Mercury" hand-tracking for Monado, their open source XR runtime, is now ready for use.
Well, this is certainly fun to see. X-Plane 12 now makes use of the open source Zink driver, for doing OpenGL over Vulkan.
Mesa 23.0.0 has been released today upgrading open source graphics drivers for Linux. As usual you should wait for the first point release for stability.
A really small change to the Zink driver, that gives OpenGL support on top of Vulkan, has given an ~10x speed boost for DOOM (2016).
Seems like a future update of VKD3D-Proton that translates Direct3D 12 to Vulkan for Proton, for Windows games on Linux desktop and Steam Deck, will make use of a newer extension available in the new NVIDIA Vulkan Beta 525.47.07 release.
The work to improve gaming performance on Steam Deck and Linux desktops for AMD GPUs is always ongoing, and it seems we're set for another nice improvement to how smooth games are.
NVIDIA has released another fresh update to their Vulkan Beta Driver, with version 525.47.06 rolling out now.
NVIDIA have put up a smaller stable update for their Linux driver with a couple of noted fixes included. Here's the details.
Back in October last year I wrote about the new open source NVIDIA Vulkan driver named NVK, and now it appears to be able to actually run games. Not particularly well though.
NVIDIA has today released driver version 525.78.01 for Linux which includes support for the new RTX 4070 Ti, along with a few select bug fixes.
The work going into the open source Mesa graphics drivers continues on, with AMD Ray Tracing picking up speed and they're going to enable Quake II RTX and Doom Eternal support by default now.
A nice little bonus before the holidays, Intel have made public work on their brand new Xe driver for the future of Intel graphics on Linux.
For those of you who use the special NVIDIA Vulkan Beta Drivers, version 525.47.04 was recently recently to go along with the release of Vulkan Video and hook up their latest GPUs.
Polychromatic, powered by OpenRazer, is a front-end UI for users to easily manage their Razer devices and a new release is out now with version 0.8.0.
NVIDIA today put out an official Security Bulletin, noting multiple flaws found in their Windows and Linux drivers.
Mesa 22.3 is the latest and greatest the open source community has to offer for graphics drivers, and it's now available with lots of improvements.
OpenRGB is a stellar open source project that aims to allow you to deal with all the various RGB lights your hardware comes with, as most vendors don't have apps for Linux.
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NVIDIA has today rolled out the 525.60.11 driver, following on from the 525.53 Beta earlier this month.