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  1. I wish these weren't published in isolation of...

    I wish these weren't published in isolation of Core i results.
  2. Nice. I was curious about APU performance...

    Nice. I was curious about APU performance differences when running blob vs not. Lots of people are still running Trinity and Richland though so it would be interesting ti also have those numbers and...
  3. Only up to 2133 is supported. You could have done...

    Only up to 2133 is supported. You could have done a quick google search to find that out.
  4. Did you mean the A10-7800? Both are 65W parts but...

    Did you mean the A10-7800? Both are 65W parts but the latter is TDP configurable for 45W also and they're slightly different otherwise. I don't think the 7600 is even out yet.
  5. Depends. I have two A10 systems, one is an...

    Depends. I have two A10 systems, one is an HTPC/light gaming rig squeezed into a small mITX case, with the CPU/GPU undervolted (and only the CPU underclocked). No space for a dedicated graphics card,...
  6. Phoronix did some tests recently showing Catalyst...

    Phoronix did some tests recently showing Catalyst to kick butt in 2d performance. But you're right: 2d performance with compositing enabled (kwin here) feels ridiculously slow compared to the open...
  7. I like these sorts of benchmarks but I wish the...

    I like these sorts of benchmarks but I wish the latest stable kernel was also tested, since likely not many are running RCs.
  8. You're thinking of the A8-7600 which is available...

    You're thinking of the A8-7600 which is available NOWHERE at the moment. We should see it by the end of the year, meaning it was a total paper release. Sad.
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    So what exactly does this mean? Is it just the...

    So what exactly does this mean? Is it just the "demodularization" of kdelibs that we're getting, or are apps getting bug fixes and new features? I'm not sure what the tangible benefit to the end-user...
  10. Exactly. Also, FF for Android is quite nice...

    Exactly. Also, FF for Android is quite nice (adblock, lastpass, etc. plugin support), and having everything sync across phone/tablet/desktop is a plus.
  11. So AMD loses badly on some synthetic tests...

    So AMD loses badly on some synthetic tests created by nvidia. What does this say for real world performance for real world consumers? Nothing?
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    It's terribly ugly. And everything is huge, as if...

    It's terribly ugly. And everything is huge, as if it were built for touchscreens, though virtually nobody uses Gnome with a touchscreen.
  13. Good question. You can go more cutting edge with...

    Good question. You can go more cutting edge with the edgers or oibaf ppa but you just want good old fashion 10.2 stable, right? Me too.
  14. That sounds right. It's not even relative to the...

    That sounds right. It's not even relative to the card used. Just any AMD card gives those numbers. Amazing, really.
  15. No, it wouldn't. It would show what sort of...

    No, it wouldn't. It would show what sort of performance you can expect on Windows vs what sort of performance you can expect on linux.

    I'm not saying these benchmarks are of no interest. It's nice...
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    Yeah, KWin. I just noticed that after suspending...

    Yeah, KWin. I just noticed that after suspending compositing scrolling is indeed smoother. Not sure if it's still as smooth as Gallium, but these subjective things are hard to judge.
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    Firefox SMOOTH scrolling performance is butter...

    Firefox SMOOTH scrolling performance is butter with Gallium and MUCH slower using Catalyst 14.4. That's weird given these benchmarks. I wonder if it's a problem particular to Firefox. Anyone else...
  18. In a way, who cares? Almost nobody is gaming on...

    In a way, who cares? Almost nobody is gaming on Windows using opengl. It would be interesting to compare d3d games that have opengl linux counterparts. I bet linux would come up short.
  19. One reason, as this article demonstrates, is that...

    One reason, as this article demonstrates, is that Valve bring SteamOS-specific updates that you won't get with regular distros like Debian + Steam. They brought out controller updates, graphics...
  20. Indeed!

    Indeed!
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