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Talking to you for a while on chat it turned out that env | egrep 'INTEL|GL|MESA' showed you have LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 set. That's your problem. Per the documentation for LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE, that disables all hardware rendering. When you use sudo to try driconf as root, sudo was removing it from the environment. You need to find where that is set, ...


You should really not worry about a temperature of 50-60°, that's normal. Dell XPS has intel core i5 and these things can handle maximums of up to 80-100°, that would be worth worrying. When they reach these temperatures they also automatically shut down before something bad can happen to them, so really no need to worry. The best thing you can do to manage ...

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