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  1. I agree with the vsync flag, I just recently...

    I agree with the vsync flag, I just recently became a user of KMS, it is especially annoying for quake 3 where good movement depends on having a high frames per second count. On the other hand I am...
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    Flashrom, because they wrote a patch for my old...

    Flashrom, because they wrote a patch for my old motherboard so that I could flash my bios. I've always thought that if someday I have a lot of money I'd sponsor a few projects that I really like,...
  3. I remember last year or so when I had a P4 in my...

    I remember last year or so when I had a P4 in my box, I benchmarked some of my own code (math and crypto stuff) and found that the tuned code was actually slower than generic 386 code ;-) I have an...
  4. Which processor benefits the most from tuned compilations?

    Most distros compile their code for the generic 386 or x64 architecture. I was wondering for some time to what extent a certain processor benefits from a tuned compilation. For example compile a...
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    Right now I'm pretty happy with Arch. I switched...

    Right now I'm pretty happy with Arch. I switched from Ubuntu to Arch because I needed something faster.
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    Creating a website for their open source efforts...

    Creating a website for their open source efforts and then putting some binary drivers on it is a slap into the face of everyone that loves free software. It's a joke. They could have at least said,...
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    page 2: The motherboard supports...

    page 2: The motherboard supports DDR2-1066/800/667 MHz memory, but the dual-channel DDR2-1066MHz support depends upon the Intel CPU being used.
  8. time travel? how boring.

    time travel? how boring.
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    Thank you VIA.

    Thank you VIA.
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    feedback on compilation benchmark

    Hi, I ran the compilation benchmark and I noticed two things.

    My processor speed is not detected. I use an 800Mhz Thunderbird (hardware donations are welcome :-)), /proc/cpuinfo shows it...
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    I believe that petitions do have value, of course...

    I believe that petitions do have value, of course if only a hundred people signed it they wouldn't care but at 5000+ that's already alot. Without customers NVIDIA is nothing. They might not decide on...
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    You are right I misremembered that. It was this...

    You are right I misremembered that. It was this bench c2d vs athlon64 x2 that I meant
    http://www.linuxhardware.org/article.php?story=06/08/22/0415251
    there's no Phenom in there though. Results are...
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    You are right I misremembered that. It was this...

    You are right I misremembered that. It was this bench c2d vs athlon64 x2 that I meant
    http://www.linuxhardware.org/article.php?story=06/08/22/0415251
    there's no Phenom in there though. Results are...
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    I hope we will see more benching soon, it's good...

    I hope we will see more benching soon, it's good that this site does linux specific benchmarking, in fact I love it! On linuxhardware.org it could also be seen that 64bit code runs quite well on the...
  15. gaming performance in virtualized MSWindows OS?

    Hi,
    I've always wondered what kind of performance you get in a virtualized Windows environment in comparison to the native one. I just don't want to dualboot Windows any longer once I upgrade my...
  16. I would have loved to experienced this myself. A...

    I would have loved to experienced this myself. A 5,000,000$ speaker sounds ridiculous - pun intended - unless it was mine then it would be awesome ;)
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