Commit 487cbe08 authored by pmoreau's avatar pmoreau Committed by IkiWiki
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Add acceleration support for Turing to the news

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<h2>Current Status</h2>
<li>2D/3D acceleration supported on all GPUs; see [[FeatureMatrix]] for details.</li>
<li>2D/3D acceleration supported on all GPUs (except for [[TU11x|CodeNames#nv160familyturing]]); see [[FeatureMatrix]] for details.</li>
<li>Video decoding acceleration supported on most pre-Maxwell cards; see [[VideoAcceleration]] for details.</li>
<li>Support for manual performance level selection (also known as "reclocking") on [[GM10x Maxwell|CodeNames#nv110familymaxwell]], [[Kepler|CodeNames#nve0familykepler]] and [[Tesla G94-GT218|CodeNames#nv50familytesla]] GPUs. Available in <code>/sys/kernel/debug/dri/0/pstate</code></li>
<li>Little hope of reclocking becoming available for [[GM20x|CodeNames#nv110familymaxwell]] and newer GPUs as firmware now needs to be signed by NVIDIA to have the necessary access.</li>
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<li>Jan, 2019: [[TU10x|CodeNames#nv160familyturing]] acceleration support (with redistributable signed firmware) merged in Linux 5.6.</li>
<li>Jan, 2019: Support for Turing merged into Linux 5.0.</li>
<li>Nov, 2018: Support for HDMI 2.0 high-speed clocks merged into Linux 4.20 (GM200+ hardware only).</li>
<li>Aug, 2018: Support for Volta merged into Linux 4.19.</li>
<li>Apr, 2017: Fix for GTX 970 with 4GB VRAM and 2D/3D acceleration support for Pascal headed for Linux 4.12.</li>
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