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  1. With x86/AMD64 limited support, it is clearly...

    With x86/AMD64 limited support, it is clearly focused on servers. Also, with RHEL using similar packages versions (think kernel and some other low-level packages), it's not as time-consuming as...
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    I'm still a bit pissed that Belkin pretends to...

    I'm still a bit pissed that Belkin pretends to use "WRT54G" fame to promote this router. The last revisions of the old boy were crippled with vxWorks and packed with too small memory to get real...
  3. Then you see why open sourcing is the way to go...

    Then you see why open sourcing is the way to go NVIDIA... ranting when you're working hidden in your corner is not the right path to walk in.
  4. It's funny to read ACPI enhancements in the next...

    It's funny to read ACPI enhancements in the next kernel release, when Ubuntu wants to ditch ACPI from it's universe :D
  5. I know that it's not widely used anymore, but...

    I know that it's not widely used anymore, but anoyone knows why Fedora/redhat guys did not go with urpmi that Mandriva/Mageia uses ? Back at the old days of Mandrake/Mandriva it seemed to work pretty...
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    After reading this, I'm not sure the title is...

    After reading this, I'm not sure the title is good. Nothing is cleared up about the Linux situation. Or just, if we see the "save the baby" statement, that Activision just isn't considering linux as...
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    Yes, but different cards with different clock...

    Yes, but different cards with different clock speeds could have lead to different permormance. That's not the case, and leads to the reason extra-low-end GPUs exists in Nvidia line-up : bring a real...
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    It may be due to Sandforce chips using in-house...

    It may be due to Sandforce chips using in-house compression for the data it manipulates, therefore large TRIM commands means large compression/decompression processes.
  9. I find this way of installing quite weird, even...

    I find this way of installing quite weird, even on Windows. But it is done like this to keep the ability to have it as a mod AND as a standalone in a single way. I bet it's not hard to get the...
  10. I believed Krait started with S4/S4Pro, right ?...

    I believed Krait started with S4/S4Pro, right ? But I don't know where to find it apart from the HTC One S.
  11. It would have been interesting to compare it with...

    It would have been interesting to compare it with price-equivalent hardware, should it come from AMD (E Series) or Intel (Atom, or even Pentium class, if the price stands).

    Interesting anyway, but...
  12. You can send it to Michael then he does not need...

    You can send it to Michael then he does not need to buy one, as AMD does not want to give one to test it.
  13. First point is that these titles are not...

    First point is that these titles are not linux-friendly at all. Wine is not a viable option for many of these titles. It costs a lot (and I know what I'm doing, I tried).

    Even if we were able to...
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    Are there any visual glitch as you mention...

    Are there any visual glitch as you mention sometimes ? Incorrect rendering sometimes leads to better performance (filters not applied, textures missing).
  15. So laptop users will be able to get dul gpu...

    So laptop users will be able to get dul gpu working correctly, but still useless on performance side with no reclocking on recent nvidia gpus. Is it so hard to find the bits that control it ?
  16. I'm still confused by the technical aspect, but...

    I'm still confused by the technical aspect, but as I'm not a developer, it's not obvious to me. If it's a linux kernel module, where's the point in copying parts of it into the module code ? I mean,...
  17. I'd rather see exFAT burn in hell with its...

    I'd rather see exFAT burn in hell with its patents, it's sad that we see this attempt instead.
  18. KDE uses composition too for desktop effects, so...

    KDE uses composition too for desktop effects, so I'm not sure it is the reason, or maybe KDE is less harming performance than GNOME now. My remark was also on the fact that we see more benchmarks...
  19. It's also slower in Ubuntu 13.10, so it may be...

    It's also slower in Ubuntu 13.10, so it may be due to a regression somewhere in the kernel bits I think.

    It's me, or is Michael beginning to use more Fedora with the KDE Desktop than the Gnome one...
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    Maybe he's playing Crysis 3 (aaarrrgh).

    Maybe he's playing Crysis 3 (aaarrrgh).
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