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  1. AMD is preparing for Android!

    It's because AMD is preparing for Android!
  2. No kidding

    Gtk is stalling the growth of Linux desktop. I think GNOME should go to Qt5.
  3. hardware AES

    so did LibreSSL make nicer and easier support of the hardware acceleration on AES?
  4. Alpine Linux is the most energy-efficient...

    Alpine Linux is the most energy-efficient distribution. You can benchmark it and compare with others.
    http://alpinelinux.org/
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    no ASPM?

    acpi PNP0A08:00: _OSC: OS supports [ExtendedConfig ASPM ClockPM Segments MSI]
    \_SB_.PCI0:_OSC invalid UUID
    _OSC request data:1 1f 0
    acpi PNP0A08:00: _OSC failed (AE_ERROR); disabling ASPM


    :(...
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    dmesg

    Great benchmarks!

    Also, could you please post the dmesg info? It's because I'd like to know whether ASPM is (can be) turned on for saving more power.
  7. As far as I know, this CPU does support hardware...

    As far as I know, this CPU does support hardware AES hence should be very strong in SSL benchmarking. is there something wrong in configuration, Michael?
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    no AES

    Bay Trail-D does not support AES-NI, which is a must-have for speeding up SSL/HTTPS based apps (most of internet apps).
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    Alpine Linux

    http://alpinelinux.org/

    Alpine Linux is the only distro that supports musl libc, which is lightweight and fast.


    Here are some benchmarks between musl libc and other libc libraries....
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    Could you share dmesg and lspci/lsusb?

    Could you share dmesg and lspci/lsusb?
    I'd like to know the ASPM support.

    Thanks,
    Enih
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    QT

    why? GTK3 is dying.

    The world would be wonderful if Firefox/FlashPlugin could move from GTK to QT.
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    ASPM

    ASPM support is a must-have. Please add 'pcie_aspm=force' in boot-up parameters, and show dmesg.
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    Poll: Manjaro Features

    Manjaro shares many of the same features as Arch, including:
    Speed, power, and efficiency
    Access to the very latest cutting and bleeding edge software
    A 'rolling release' development model...
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    Poll: Manjaro is a casual user-friendly Arch.

    Manjaro is a casual user-friendly Arch.
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    Poll: Manjaro is fully compatible with Archlinux, and...

    Manjaro is fully compatible with Archlinux, and take no long to setup for benchmarking.
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    Poll: Arch-based Manjaro is more noob-friendly than...

    Arch-based Manjaro is more noob-friendly than Archlinux.
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    Poll: Arch-based Manjaro is a 'prepackaged' distro.

    Arch-based Manjaro is a 'prepackaged' distro.
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    use result to prove i am wrong. I would suggest...

    use result to prove i am wrong. I would suggest phoronix to test x86-32bit router vs x86-64bit router (download both images from www.pfsense.org)
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    I would suggest to benchmark all ipv4 related...

    I would suggest to benchmark all ipv4 related scenarios.
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    tcp/ip stack performance is also needed for 32/64bit comparison.

    Also, most of network/web tests are based on ipv4 which is 32bit, so there's no way to optimize it in a 64bit system.
    Phoronix, could you do more testing in ipv4 between 32/64bit systems?
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