Why can’t Linux work on Windows? Using less leads to few people willing to develop Linux platforms, because fewer resources and support, the Linux platform experience is not good enough, and then more useless, this is a dead cycle. The lack of extensive development and support under Linux can lead to all sorts of odd errors, Intel recently submitted a code fix, 32nm Ivybridge and 22nm Haswell processor GeekBench 5 performance improved by 330%.
What is God’s optimization for a 3.3x performance improvement? It’s not, it’s the previous drive code that’s a problem.
According to reports from Phoronix, Jason Ekstrand, chief developer of Intel ANV Vulkan Driver, found a problem in the previous driver code where the data caching feature was disabled when the shader was pulled out of the pipeline code, which was fine on the Broadwell architecture/Gen8.
But Intel forgot about the previous processor, the 32nm Ivybridge and 22nm Haswell processorS in the Gen7 core display is not the same, disabling this function can lead to abnormal performance, and the Gen7 core display is Intel drive support Vulkan’s earliest hardware.
After fixing the code, Gen7 Core’s performance under the Vulkan workload was finally significantly improved, with Vulkan performance improving by 330% on the GeekBench 5 on the Haswell GT3.
Fixing this problem is helpful to those who are still using the 32nm Ivybridge and 22nm Haswell processors, but it’s not that important, after all, it’s mainly the Vulkan load and Gen7 core, while the 32nm Ivybridge and 22nm The Haswell processor is out of date.