Wolfgang Rosenauer composed on 2018-01-15 14:29 (UTC+0100):
Wolfgang Rosenauer composed:
> I've got this new machine based on Kaby Lake
> Intel Corporation HD Graphics 620 (rev 02)
> but after an installation of Tumbleweed I feel the
graphic performace is quite
> poor. (Just guessing it's graphics though because the CPU should be quite
> capable and the system is not loaded much.)
> I notice quite unsteady animations or under Gnome
shell and also smooth
> scrolling in Firefox is not always quite smooth.
> My 4-5 year old predecessor (Intel graphics based as well) machine was feeling
> snappier with Leap.
> So I'm wondering if anyone has a pointer to
tuning proposals for that sort of
> machine under Tumbleweed?
really no Kabylake users who solved those presumably
?graphics? performance issues.
My multiboot Kaby Lake 2 core 630 has spent most of its time since burn-in
powered down, waiting on
to get fixed. Maybe it
doesn't matter, as I never use Gnome, sticking to TDE and KDE3 mostly, sampling
Plasma only occasionally. 1074024 is the only video issue I've noticed, which
doesn't happen on TW.
Meanwhile, GTK3 SeaMonkey 2.49.1 running only browser and CZ windows has
presented my 42.3/KDE3 Haswell with MLK like never experienced with GTK2.
Before, I could leave it open several weeks. Now, more than 4-5 days is too
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