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  1. If that were the case, we would see more vendors...

    If that were the case, we would see more vendors that offer Linux systems pushing AMD instead of only offering Intel/Nvidia and we wouldn't be seeing tons of forum posts about problems with AMD's...
  2. That's part of it. China didn't want to use...

    That's part of it. China didn't want to use Nvidia's proprietary CUDA hardware/software that uses code that Nvidia cannot and will not divulge in order to protect their IP, so they went with AMD, who...
  3. *10 minute Power Guitar solo* This is very...

    *10 minute Power Guitar solo*

    This is very good. Maybe in another two years, AMD will be a solid choice for anyone wanting to use their hardware for Linux.
  4. You need to upgrade to 14.04 or the latest Ubuntu...

    You need to upgrade to 14.04 or the latest Ubuntu release. 12.04 IS NOT what you want to run with the latest Nvidia cards because the repository for that distro is way out of date.
  5. Now Nvidia needs to add their new high-res...

    Now Nvidia needs to add their new high-res rendering mode to the Linux drivers, since Windows now offers it for every Fermi-Maxwell GPU with the Nvidia drivers.
  6. Low-end notebooks have 64-bit CPUs these days and...

    Low-end notebooks have 64-bit CPUs these days and almost always have at least one SODIMM slot, so you can upgrade them to 8GB with no problems. Manufacturers only test what's available when they cook...
  7. Very few of them cannot be upgraded and that's...

    Very few of them cannot be upgraded and that's pretty much limited to the Chromebooks, which are designed to work with small amounts of memory and minimal overhead. Go into any actual store - where...
  8. AFAIK, nobody apart from Google and their...

    AFAIK, nobody apart from Google and their ChromeJunk, sells products to the masses with only 4GB, so perhaps you should show us what you mean by your statement.
  9. It won't take much. The GPUs from 2016 and...

    It won't take much. The GPUs from 2016 and onwards will require 64-bit OS due to the large amount of memory they will have and high-resolution displays - greater than the typical Full HD resolution -...
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    Netflix Is Coming To Linux!

    Netflix just announced that they are finishing up Linux support for Netflix and that it can be accessed via Chrome and Firefox once your distro of choice updates it's Network Security Services to the...
  11. They will be likely over 30-inches and they will...

    They will be likely over 30-inches and they will use the new ultra-wide aspect ratio at 21:9. 16:10 4096 x 2180 monitors exist in the media professional realm but they are far out of your price range...
  12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_single-lens_r...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_single-lens_reflex_camera

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_movie_camera

    There's a huge difference between the two types of cameras though they overlap...
  13. You're talking about DSLRs. The Axiom camera is a...

    You're talking about DSLRs. The Axiom camera is a digital cinema camera - big difference - and Nikon doesn't do digital cinema cameras nor will they likely ever get into that game. Canon makes...
  14. Skylake really is "next gen" in every way, so...

    Skylake really is "next gen" in every way, so it's a better buy. Broadwell was delayed for some reason but Skylake wasn't, so we're getting them both within a short span of a few months.
  15. They are still doing it but there has been delay...

    They are still doing it but there has been delay after delay in launching the actual "product" because Valve keeps second-guessing/tinkering/revising things based on user feedback and internal...
  16. It's not an issue of game cost. It comes down to...

    It's not an issue of game cost. It comes down to several things...

    1. Hardware. Most people using Linux are not running good hardware. Look at how many postings on this forum complain about how...
  17. This is good news if those storage companies are...

    This is good news if those storage companies are going to actually contribute application code or provide hardware compatibility assistance to developers.
  18. The only Desktop I've gotten to work right -...

    The only Desktop I've gotten to work right - relatively speaking - has been Unity with KDE a close second. None of the Gnome options are up to snuff on 14.04, as far as my own setup goes.
  19. I think this is great as MATE would be a great...

    I think this is great as MATE would be a great GNOME replacement if they can get it working. I took the latest MATE for a spin when I moved to 14.04 but it doesn't really work with my chosen programs...
  20. CrystalHD was intended for the - back in 2009 -...

    CrystalHD was intended for the - back in 2009 - exploding market segment of cheap Intel-based netbooks to provide acceleration of HD video streams at the cost of a WiFi card, which could easily be...
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