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  1. It's spelled awful not aweful, don't complain...

    It's spelled awful not aweful, don't complain about grammar. Not to mention Michael is German so English is likely not his first language. Besides, benchmarks take a lot of time and effort for little...
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    You're a little late with the post Attentäter ;)

    You're a little late with the post Attentäter ;)
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    This is unexpected... Ubuntu switching to...

    This is unexpected... Ubuntu switching to SystemD.
    http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1316
    EDIT: Looks like someone has made a thread here:...
  4. They're 30hz...

    They're 30hz...
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    1) Cry Engine is known to have Linux render code...

    1) Cry Engine is known to have Linux render code
    2) Regarding, Unreal Engine/Tournament 3, although there isn't an official port that was publicly released, the engine has been ported independently...
  6. APUs are probably going to improve quite a bit...

    APUs are probably going to improve quite a bit for gaming when DDR4 rolls around.
  7. Adreno is from Qualcomm. It was owned by ATI/AMD...

    Adreno is from Qualcomm. It was owned by ATI/AMD until 2008, but the brand name over there was not adreno, but Imageon.
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    http://worldofgnome.org/gsettings-3-11-4-brings-ap...

    http://worldofgnome.org/gsettings-3-11-4-brings-application-folders-support/
  9. D is far more complex then rust. Rust is actually...

    D is far more complex then rust. Rust is actually quite simpler then C++ IMO.

    As for 3 types of pointers. Well raw pointers are simply pointers without any safety (like pointers in C, same *...
  10. Another bench....

    Another bench. http://attractivechaos.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/performance-of-rust-and-dart-in-sudoku-solving/
  11. AFAIK, you can, but then you loose out on many...

    AFAIK, you can, but then you loose out on many language features.
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    Nope. Very few people on earth are going to view...

    Nope. Very few people on earth are going to view them more favourably if they help open source projects. They do it for their own interests, to get changes they want. Which is fine, they aren't a...
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    Your joking right? You must be some troll. GCC,...

    Your joking right? You must be some troll. GCC, not including comments and whitespace, is ~6.4 million lines of code. llvm is at ~1.26 million and clang is another 822 thousand. GCC is anything but...
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    When idle and using bumblebee, the nvidia card is...

    When idle and using bumblebee, the nvidia card is powered off. If the power usage is worse then Windows, I don't think it would be because of hybrid graphics.
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    Not primusrun? The prefered, more actively...

    Not primusrun? The prefered, more actively developed, better maintained, and supposedly better performing backend?
  16. Except it wouldn't matter how fast it is when...

    Except it wouldn't matter how fast it is when it's unusable in the real world. Genius.
  17. This is exactly the definition of what bumlebee...

    This is exactly the definition of what bumlebee does. It also powers off the nvidia card when not in use.

    So if you want to do it without bumblebee, go write your own project form scratch the does...
  18. What do you mean? Run an application normally on...

    What do you mean? Run an application normally on a bumblebee system, the integrated gpu is used. Run an application under primusrun (or the old optirun) command and the dedicated gpu will be powered...
  19. Are you an idiot? All that does it let you use...

    Are you an idiot? All that does it let you use the nvidia gpu. There's no proper switching between the 2 gpus like bumblebee has; which is the entire point of optimus.
  20. Just want to be clear. With bumblebee, did you...

    Just want to be clear. With bumblebee, did you use the optirun backend ("optirun /path/to/executable"), or the primus backend ("primusrun /path/to/executable") ? Primus offers much better performance.
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