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See http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphics_card {{attachment:Portal/IDB/icon-xvideo-32x32.png}} This portal contains links to the various Debian wiki pages regarding graphics cards and their respective driver installation processes. Almost all graphics cards have free and open-source drivers available in Debian, however some cards may have better compatibility and performance after installing proprietary firmware or proprietary drivers.

If you don't know your graphic card, visit [[HowToIdentifyADevice|hardware identification page]] to identify it, then find more information on its setup by matching it to one of the pages below.

Technical words can be used but explained.
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== AMD/ATI ==

 * [[AtiHowTo|Installation of the free AMD/ATI graphics drivers]] (Recommended, typically the fastest and most stable, with full OpenGL and Vulkan support)
  * [[ircs://irc.oftc.net/radeon|#radeon]]
 * [[AMDGPUDriverOnStretchAndBuster2|Installation of the proprietary "AMDGPU-PRO" graphics drivers published by AMD]] (Unsupported, generally poorer quality, and can cause instability with later system updates. Avoid using without good reason.)

== Intel ==

 * If your graphic card was manufactured in 2007 and newer, try uninstalling the DebianPkg:xserver-xorg-video-intel package and use the builtin modesetting driver (DebianPkg:xserver-xorg-core) instead.
 * For older devices: DebianPkg:xserver-xorg-video-intel
 * [[ircs://irc.oftc.net/intel-gfx|#intel-gfx]]

== nVidia and nouveau ==

 * [[NvidiaGraphicsDrivers|Global nVidia installation manual]]
  * [[ircs://irc.freenode.net/nvidia|#nvidia]]
 * [[ircs://irc.oftc.net/nouveau|#nouveau]], official channel
  * [[https://nouveau.freedesktop.org/wiki/Optimus/|Optimus at Nouveau wiki]] (this link is the recent X documentation )
  * [[NvidiaGraphicsDrivers/Optimus]]

== Mali ==

 * [[MaliGraphics|General page with details on Mali GPUs, information on how to install the proprietary drivers]]
 * [[PanfrostLima|Information on the free and open-source Lima and Panfrost drivers for Mali GPUs]]

== TextMode ==

Special text mode: [[TextMode_132x60]]

== See also ==

ChangingFromNvidiaToAmd

Translation(s): English - Français - Italiano - ?Brazilian Portuguese - Русский - Svenska

(!) ?Discussion


https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-50.png https://www.debian.org/Pics/debian.png

Portal/IDB/logo_portal.png Welcome to Debian graphics card


Portal/IDB/icon-xvideo-32x32.png This portal contains links to the various Debian wiki pages regarding graphics cards and their respective driver installation processes. Almost all graphics cards have free and open-source drivers available in Debian, however some cards may have better compatibility and performance after installing proprietary firmware or proprietary drivers.

If you don't know your graphic card, visit hardware identification page to identify it, then find more information on its setup by matching it to one of the pages below.

Technical words can be used but explained.


AMD/ATI

Intel

nVidia and nouveau

Mali

TextMode

Special text mode: TextMode_132x60

See also

ChangingFromNvidiaToAmd