Hi my new CPU is a corei5 3570k with an integrated intel hd4000 graphics core. As I understand it, this chip should be sufficient to drive two displays and Gnome 3, making it possible to remove my graphics card. However when I do so, I inexplicably get massive lag (3-5 inoperably frozen machine) every few seconds and my second display doesn’t work properly either, not showing a mouse cursor, just a blank background with no interaction possible.
When I put back in my old hd4850 card, everything works fine and very fast. For some reason the integrated graphics are laggy, do you guys have any idea how to debug this? What could be the cause?
My mainbaord: Asrock H77 Pro4 / MVP
CPU: corei5 3570k
I would prefer if I could just use the integrated graphics, because the fglrx drivers are glitchy and my graphics card fan is broken too, so it’s all a mess. I was under the impression that Intel had good support for Linux…? I already did a ‘zypper dup’.
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Sorry for taking so long to reply even though I was directly addressed, but as gogalthorp wrote, indeed the 3.4 kernel has better support for this specific intel graphics (which by the way is broken in the 3.1.x series).
thank you that worked except for WebGL
I think we will have to wait for mesa 8.0.3 hitting the repos for that to happen…
Am 28.07.2012 20:16, schrieb Nikos78:
> I think we will have to wait for mesa 8.0.3 hitting the repos for
> that to happen…
If you are a bit adventurous (as you are when using a newer kernel) you
just can use the http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/X11:/XOrg repository
for your version, it has at the moment Mesa 8.0.4.
I use that for quite some time now on my ThinkPad together with kernel
3.5 from kernel:stable and it raises the OpenGL version of my Intel
graphics from 2.1 to 3.0 (makes a difference for me since I do OpenGL
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