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  • #16
    Originally posted by FireBurn View Post
    Now if you actually compare the results with the windows version of Catalyst you might be able to determine if the Linux driver are better or worse

    Without such comparisons you can't confirm or dispute AMD's comments
    Best comment of the thread.

    Michael, please do proper testings instead of this useless crap. Less beer and better geeking, even Linus Torvalds did it better in his beerware days

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    • #17
      this is not about performance issue windows vs linux. i compared LuxMark windows vs linux and linux have slightly better results (less than 5%). what is bigger problem is missing support for zero copy, OpenVideo eg video decoding/encoding thgrouth OpenCL, not expose full memory size on linux (only half of memory on linux). this are AMD OpenCL problems on Linux.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
        this is not about performance issue windows vs linux. i compared LuxMark windows vs linux and linux have slightly better results (less than 5%). what is bigger problem is missing support for zero copy, OpenVideo eg video decoding/encoding thgrouth OpenCL, not expose full memory size on linux (only half of memory on linux). this are AMD OpenCL problems on Linux.
        If anyone wants Michael to talk about this, they better create a blog post he can link to. It's not going to happen otherwise.

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