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  1. My APU is non-GCN. Llano its name is. Thanks for...

    My APU is non-GCN. Llano its name is. Thanks for your answer. I hope Gnome shell guys won't screw up performance again sp I can actually see GLAMOR improvements.
  2. AMD

    Is GLAMOR default for AMD in recent linux distros? Are we going to see significant improvements in desktop (2D) performance on AMD systems during the following months?
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    Broadcom related?

    Broadcom related?
  4. There's very good support for all ASUS products...

    There's very good support for all ASUS products since long time ago
    http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Matrix:Vendor-Asus
    Apart from some special features only available through their sound...
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    As a general rule I disregard less than 3 y.o....

    As a general rule I disregard less than 3 y.o. technologies that require application developers input. For obvious practical reasons. So I'm interested only in benchmarks using non-HSA enabled...
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    Thanks. I don't think I'll buy one just to get...

    Thanks.
    I don't think I'll buy one just to get the benefits of HSA. It's not like I do anything more than browsing on my A4 APU. But the patches may bring lower power draw even in general use...
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    Just wanted to check which APUs are Sea Islands...

    Just wanted to check which APUs are Sea Islands serie. This article doesn't list it: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Accelerated_Processing_Unit_microprocessors
    Sea Islands is listed only...
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    Well shiiit... :/

    Well shiiit... :/
  9. I would also like to know whether my Llano will...

    I would also like to know whether my Llano will benefit from the feature.
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    Hidpi support on desktop (Windows, Linux) is few...

    Hidpi support on desktop (Windows, Linux) is few years late already. How the f did it happen?!
  11. Budget integrated graphics for smooth Linux desktop experience

    I'd appreciate some linux-specific hardware recommendations.
    Related:
    The Performance-Per-Watt, Efficiency Of GPUs On Open-Source Drivers

    Goal:
    Hassle-free*, smooth, tear-free desktop...
  12. I see. Thank you. PS. I've read recently on a...

    I see. Thank you.

    PS. I've read recently on a call to ditch <somepowerapi> in linux. Which 'API' was it? ACPI, APM or something else?
  13. What do you mean? If I intend to use the options...

    What do you mean? If I intend to use the options I should remove the 'i915_' bits?
  14. Are these parameters still any useful...

    Are these parameters still any useful
    https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Optimized_power_settings#Flags_GRUB_-_for_older_models_of_laptops_.28-2010_years.2C_without_UEFI.29
  15. Can anyone tell me when this dri3 functionality...

    Can anyone tell me when this dri3 functionality working on Intel graphics will land as stable in Arch?
  16. I hope they won't ditch Intel gen4 before the...

    I hope they won't ditch Intel gen4 before the regression with Gnome is fixed
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=77372
    It would be a shame to put down all those thinkpads on the market :)
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    LMT is deprecated. TLP is the way to go. And its...

    LMT is deprecated. TLP is the way to go. And its automatic.

    @savvys
    There's a ton of possible tweaks. Which are NOT implemented by TLP?
    When TLP is active Powertop shows no tweaks are enabled....
  18. Yes. It's http://linrunner.de/en/tlp/tlp.html...

    Yes. It's http://linrunner.de/en/tlp/tlp.html
    It's pretty much 'fire and forget' (nothing but installation needed - noob friendly) but you can easily customize the settings. I, for example, change...
  19. Still same. Gnome isolated as the culprit....

    Still same. Gnome isolated as the culprit.
    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=77372#c5
  20. It's 2014, not 2004. Update your info.

    It's 2014, not 2004. Update your info.
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