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    (Rays per minute/60) / (Rays needed per scene to...

    (Rays per minute/60) / (Rays needed per scene to be considered complete) = Number of times the scene will be updated per second (FPS).

    Everything in the computational world works in a discrete...
  2. So, he is a security consultor. He acts like one....

    So, he is a security consultor. He acts like one. According to you, he should be biased, but agaisnt what he has to consult. He should always be pessimistic. He shall always be in doubt of the...
  3. Isn't it funny that a merely 60 Kg of uranium on...

    Isn't it funny that a merely 60 Kg of uranium on the Hiroshima bomb released an amount of energy equivalent to 15 kilotons of TNT? Do you even have a basic insight of how nuclear fission works?...
  4. Let's go with the antithesis. Let's say we should...

    Let's go with the antithesis. Let's say we should expect no (significant) gains on either platform from compiling with non-vectorized SIMD instructions. Neither platform is using a 64 bits userspace,...
  5. Does it? I re-read the review and it doesn't say...

    Does it? I re-read the review and it doesn't say NEON was used for the PandaBoard (i doubt Ubuntu for ARM comes in default with it, not everyone has NEON implemented on metal, i.e Tegra 2) , so...
  6. It's handy, but Metro for ARM isn't compatible...

    It's handy, but Metro for ARM isn't compatible with x86 apps, said by microsoft itself.

    2 cores, less memory bandwidth, 33% less frecuency, building up support. Atom Pwned.

    GPU benchmarks,...
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    Poll: what are these honorable objectives? Proving...

    what are these honorable objectives? Proving everyone is a clueless nazi idiot?
  8. And, according to DRAMeXchange.com, 8Gb of LPDDR2...

    And, according to DRAMeXchange.com, 8Gb of LPDDR2 (1GB) costs, on average, 17.4$$, untold frecuency, but the usual is 533Mhz. 8GB readily surpasses the 100$$ mark, and this is not the end-user price.
  9. I was refering to end-user price, but so it seems...

    I was refering to end-user price, but so it seems your cleverness doesn't let you see such simple implicit message.
    Texas Instrument's OMAP doesn't use RAM manufacturated by TI, they buy it, and...
  10. Either is impliying that there is a need for it...

    Either is impliying that there is a need for it to be so, i develop software, and my 3GB laptop suits me more than enough. If i ever step up from my current work to a more complex and demanding...
  11. 32 Euros to manufacture, but the added PCB...

    32 Euros to manufacture, but the added PCB routing, complexity, soldering, and quality assurance surely makes it go over 100 euros if you want to make some $$ off that. By any chance, could you...
  12. Yeah, that is exactly what a factual dictionary...

    Yeah, that is exactly what a factual dictionary would say a fact is.

    Dude, this "war" "against smart humans", as you put it, definitely isn't against you.

    And please, allow me to leech off...
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    Exactly, when did releasing an 8-9 years old...

    Exactly, when did releasing an 8-9 years old engine become the only way to contribute to OSS? The money and effort put in this would have been much better spent in many of the needs some of the...
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    We have much more advanced engines nowadays, and,...

    We have much more advanced engines nowadays, and, while kind from Carmack's part, it's pretty useless now, also kinda promoting segmentation and sliding a paradigm down into our throats. Carmack...
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    Proven lower-performing and power hungrier 8...

    Proven lower-performing and power hungrier 8 cores better than 4 energy efficient and much faster ones? What kind of sorcery is this?
  16. You're just being stupid and apologetic with...

    You're just being stupid and apologetic with drugs. Nothing intelligent can be measured on such behavior.

    And beware, I'm by no means an anti-drug kind of guy. To be honest, I smoke cannabis...
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    It would seem obvious to me that what is hiding...

    It would seem obvious to me that what is hiding behind this codename is either a new compiler, or a new distro, but the latter would seem unlikely since the catchphrase here seems to be...
  18. This, in my opinion, is the principle that has...

    This, in my opinion, is the principle that has held the whole GNU/Linux progress back.
    You disagree with the project's goals? Fork. You Disagree for the sake of disagreeing? Fork. You feel god and...
  19. Let me disagree. This is the only thing that has...

    Let me disagree. This is the only thing that has kept OpenGL alive. Had DirectX been cross-platform from its ninth version forward, OpenGL would've been long dead.
  20. Also, why would be there any need to run it...

    Also, why would be there any need to run it natively? Every app that used Glide should run faster than what it was deemed possible when designed/developed, even with a wrapper.
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