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Re: Poor X performance with Intel 8086:22b1 (Braswell)

Michael Milliman composed on 2017-05-26 19:06 (UTC-0500):

> I hadn't checked the posts in the pastebin.  As I
> stated, the problem is a little over my head at this point, so I'm not
> sure what the modeset(0) driver being in use actually means, as the OP

It means he's most likely using the default Stretch Xorg driver configuration
for Intel gfx....

> also indicated.  At this point, he, and I for that matter, doesn't know
> even whether that is correct, and if not what the alternative is or how
> to configure for that alternative.
The short story is that for some Intel users the Intel driver works better, for
other Intel users Xorg's integral modeset(0) driver works better, and for some
Intel users, neither are satisfactory. Whether either driver is "correct"
depends on the particular gfx hardware version.

is the only default Intel driver change announcement I can recall seeing.
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)

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