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  1. Nice job! That basement is pretty neat :D It...

    Nice job! That basement is pretty neat :D

    It may sound a bit farfetched but have you thought about water cooling ALL the computers and redistributing the heat in the whole house in winter? I'm...
  2. I wonder also how it would handle on a USB drive...

    I wonder also how it would handle on a USB drive instead of an SSD, a bit a la Windows ReadyBoost.
  3. Glad to see they changed attitude toward graphic...

    Glad to see they changed attitude toward graphic performance. I remember a while ago having to run Xorg-edger's PPA in order to get a decent up-to-date Mesa version. Since the 9.X day there's been...
  4. What I don't understand exactly is why Wine isn't...

    What I don't understand exactly is why Wine isn't offering a module interface to enable the usage of custom adapters like GaliumNine. As it's using DLL, anyone could choose to use a custom DLL to...
  5. Not always. I've run Magento and Drupal web sites...

    Not always. I've run Magento and Drupal web sites on HHVM and got much lower memory usages than PHP-FPM. I now deploy HHVM everywhere I can.
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    So Ubuntu is going .app OS X style applications?

    So Ubuntu is going .app OS X style applications?
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    From personal experience, HHVM in fact use LESS...

    From personal experience, HHVM in fact use LESS memory than PHP once its warmed up. In my Magento example the previous system was using 18Gig at load while the HHVM setup I did was rarely going past...
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    Nice find, I didn't knew about this project. I do...

    Nice find, I didn't knew about this project. I do wonder about memory usage though. Almost every time I've deployed Java web application they were memory hogs.
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    HHVM first run will always be slower than...

    HHVM first run will always be slower than standard PHP. In real world usage I've seen HHVM trump PHP in such way that other sysadmins were totally abashed of their system performance. I myself did...
  10. Btw Smekras, have you been able to test DRI3...

    Btw Smekras, have you been able to test DRI3 Buffer Offloading on your dual-gpu card? Does it work?
  11. I wonder how HSA will change program executions....

    I wonder how HSA will change program executions. To me it looks like it could be just another ISA, a bit like when the FP co-processor got integrated. But as x86 code and HSAIL don't share a common...
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    A really fast one though. I do think that HHVM...

    A really fast one though. I do think that HHVM could have the potential of replacing PHP altogether if the PHP people decided to drop some legacy PHP stuff HHVM don't support. Sure some rough angles...
  13. Yeah I know, but my Ubuntu installs always ended...

    Yeah I know, but my Ubuntu installs always ended up like patchwork of PPA-provided softwares. Arch really fitted me better, and I truely like the rolling release. My laptop have been running the same...
  14. Eventhough I really like Ubuntu, since their move...

    Eventhough I really like Ubuntu, since their move to Unity it became clear to me that it wasn't the distribution that fitted my need. So I took the curve and learned Arch. Quite frankly I've been...
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    Couldn't tessalation be implented manually using...

    Couldn't tessalation be implented manually using an OpenCL kernel? That's what I was thinking of. It would be slower than having it hardware accelerated, but it could still be possible using software.
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    Sweet! GL4 is now the next step, which will lande...

    Sweet! GL4 is now the next step, which will lande some nice new extension allowing even better performance on supporting hardware.

    I do wonder however if non compliant hardware like the NV50 will...
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    Wine is one hell of an old open source project....

    Wine is one hell of an old open source project. It's been around for ages! I remember using it on my 486 with one of the first 2.4 kernel. Wine developers are proud. It took an incredible amount of...
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    Forking for only a functionality wouldn't be so...

    Forking for only a functionality wouldn't be so useful. I guess it shows that Wine should be more modular. Gallium3D is also available on FreeBSD. The only OS supported by Wine that wouldn't get the...
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    Running Bioshock at such framerate on an...

    Running Bioshock at such framerate on an integrated Radeon 6550D is actually quite good. I find it funny that Wine developers don't want to integrate such functionality. It could seriously boost Wine...
  20. APU performance in the next 12-18 months will...

    APU performance in the next 12-18 months will increase significantly, with GCN 2.0 getting introduced as well as chips getting another die shrink. AMD surely has plan for HUMA over PCIe too. And...
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