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Re: Desktop graphics cards with working acceleration?

From: zloster
Subject: Re: Desktop graphics cards with working acceleration?
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2020 11:23:11 +0300
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On 30.07.2020 04:11, Matthew Brooks wrote:

Does anyone happen to know of any desktop graphics cards that have working 
acceleration for basic gaming (compatible with a PCI express x16 slot)? My 
laptop has an integrated intel card, so it can play basic stuff (Doom, etc.) 
just fine, but my desktop pretty much turns anything gaming related into a 
slideshow, despite it having far better specs, since my current card requires 
proprietary drivers for proper performance.

I did a bit of internet searching, but didn't find any results that looked 

This question pops from time to time. See here: Due to promoting only free and libre software the problem with the hardware acceleration, video drivers and the binary BLOBS is not well documented. It's a separate discussion if and what should be described and documented.

Best regards,

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