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Support for Intel SandyBridge GPU Acceleration

January 17th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

While Intel just has announced its new Core i5/i7 Sandy Bridge  CPU architecture, support for these new chips has just been added to OpenBricks. SandyBridge is a new architecture that embedded a GPU directly within the CPU. Thanks to latest Linux kernel 2.6.37 (for x86 at least), Mesa 7.10, libva 1.0.7 and Intel Xorg driver 2.14.0 upgrades, support for GPU Video acceleration now has been added, allowing H.264 codecs and friends to be hardware decoded. Support for hardware video video encoding is however yet to be added by the respective OpenSource projects …

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