AMD FireGL V8600: Linux vs. Windows
Posted on: 05/19/2008 11:07 AM

Phoronix posted a comparison review running the AMD FireGL V8600 under Linux and Windows

We've published a great deal of benchmarks looking at the Linux "fglrx" driver (now more commonly referred to as the Linux Catalyst driver) since these major changes were pushed into the limelight this past fall. In fact, since this past September we've published more than 80 display driver articles with many of them being AMD related, and that's in addition to nearly a dozen graphics card reviews. On the AMD side, all of our testing has been done with the consumer-grade Radeon GPUs and IGPs, but that has changed today. In this article, we are providing our first look at the AMD FireGL V8600 1GB under Linux. We'll share our thoughts on this high-end workstation graphics card and specifically looking at how the Windows and Linux performance compares.

AMD FireGL V8600: Linux vs. Windows


Printed from Linux Compatible (http://www.linuxcompatible.org/news/story/amd_firegl_v8600_linux_vs_windows.html)