Nouveau, the source driver for NVIDIA GPU graphics open-end stabilizers off, wandering from the staging area, and accepted as part of standard kernel stable set-up. This project began about six years ago, so it’s been a long road, but one that has received the support in some corners of the world of Linux. Things start to get traction in the last three years as more and more distributions start using, and Mr. Linux himself, Linus Torvalds, who suggested it would be part of the kernel. How do you want to see her do? Head to the link source where kindly gentlemen Phoronix provide some comprehensive benchmarks.