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#11
What is the driver support for it?

I believe NVIDIA support it, at least on windows.
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#12
Nvidia supports it. Someone is working on it for Mesa. Catalyst supports the previous version of the extension. Hopefully they will add it in a couple of months. I'm more afraid about OSX. They could drop (ie stick to 4.1) openGL in favor of Metal.

The biggest advantage of opengl was multi os/gpu support. Today the trend is a full stack by Os/GPU vendor...
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(02-19-2015, 11:26 PM)gregory Wrote: Nvidia supports it. Someone is working on it for Mesa. Catalyst supports the previous version of the extension. Hopefully they will add it in a couple of months. I'm more afraid about OSX. They could drop (ie stick to 4.1) openGL in favor of Metal.

The biggest advantage of opengl was multi os/gpu support. Today the trend is a full stack by Os/GPU vendor...

BTW I have a distro set up and ready to go, so if you need some Linux side testing, shoot me a PM.
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I'm also ready when you are Gregory.
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#15
Please check sticky thread of the tester forums. More will come (when I remember what need to be tested)

On the news topic, I saw some patches to support DSA on Mesa. So it remains Catalyst, and I don't know what to do for OSX...
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