Raspberry Pi 4 Graphics Driver Update Improves 4K Output

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The Raspberry Pi 4 has been the main topic of many electronics hobbyists and a plethora of software developers that love the platform. The Raspberry Pi 4 introduced two micro HDMI ports, with a single port offering 4k 60 Hz, and both ports providing up to 4k 30 Hz. According to the latest round of patches submitted by Maxime Ripard, we are soon going to receive improved support for 4K 60 Hz resolution using Broadcom VC4 processor and HDMI.

As per the original Phoronix report, the Broadcom VC4 kernel Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) has seen major work to support the 4K resolution at a 60 Hz refresh rate.

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