Happy new year to all.
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Happy new year to all.
Funny thing is that when benching Valley on my Titans or 750Ti the openGL Renderer is the fastest with it being slightly faster in Linux than Windows. DX11 comes in dead last with all settings...
If you could see the hundreds of posts made a day with no URLs or images from spammers you would know why.
Don't let that hypocritic pompous ass hurt too hard falling off that pedestal you have put yourself on while preaching the joys of censorship for a "free" society.
It isn't due to licensing that openSUSE does not host the nvidia drivers. It's openSUSE's policy not to provide the proprietary nvidia driver which requires the nvidia kernel module which some...
No, actually I believe he is right (however Opera also was campaigning at the same time for the same thing). Mozilla seemed to join in later on in the game.
The open driver can also fall into a state of unmaintained mode and even dropped from mainline. This has happened with other open drivers. Same pitfall, if someone qualified isn't around or willing...
That really depends on the test. Some are compiled at runtime others are "oob" precompiled blobs. To really test distro vs distro one has to use the same benchmark utilizing the distro's...
They have done about as much as they can do with the slim amount of documentation that creative provided.
They are already doing it. The selection is small to start with but Breaking Bad and House of Cards are already being broadcast at 4k.
Not true, Netflix's 4k streams utilize H.265.
*cough* vdpau *cough*
Here is another little tidbit when I was with Apple. When openCL spec was being developed, who do you think were the primary co-developers??? Here is a hint, it sure wasn't...
That won't happen until Unity dies and Ubuntu features some other desktop as default.
Honesty, never think you are going to be able to full advantage of your newer creative hardware in linux. They released minimal documentation for very basic AC HD and have released nothing really...
As long as Google keeps pushing a VM solution they will always be at a disadvantage. VM's are nice and offer a wide range of compatibiliy but will always take second place to native code.
Totally agree. Little kepler's were fine until nVidia debuted Maxwell. At this stage of the game, I would not recommend little Kepler after seeing what little Maxwell can do. At this point, nVidia...
Do you not get what an extension is and what a core feature is?
Your info is outdated. I posted the current support up above.
Complete feature report from 10.9.4
Ummm, you are going to be disappointed if you think that, but you didn't hear that from me, seriously. ;D
Lol, my thoughts exactly.