Intel Linux Driver Wiring Up New “vRAM Self Refresh” Feature For Arc Graphics Cards

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With the upcoming Linux 5.19 cycle appearing to be the point at which Intel’s DG2/Alchemist Linux graphics driver support is settling down and may end up being the base version requirement for their forthcoming discrete graphics cards, we are seeing other non-core feature work happen for these Arc Graphics products. A new feature we’ve only seen mentioned today for the first time by Intel is “vRAM SR”, short for vRAM Self-Refresh…


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