No, only 3.16.
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No, only 3.16.
Only if anyone contributes some interesting Python-based test cases to the PhoronixTestSuite/OpenBenchmarking.org... Right now there's very few Python tests in there.
Hmmm just tried 340.32 and still hitting issues with a GTX 750.
MuPuf would it be of any help if I emailed you the fuc files from 340.32?
Unfortunately I don't, this was just my clean meat/cooking thermometer.
Okay, yeah, I had assumed it was just a general notice and wasn't related since when running the demmiotrace and perl script the FUC files weren't empty, but will update the article to note this....
Unfortunately, Intel doesn't send out any server/workstation samples to Phoronix (though someone from the OTC is working to change that).
Ahhhh okay, good to know, didn't see it mentioned anywhere about 340.32 and was using 331 since that was the latest packaged in the 14.10 archive when quickly installing it. Will try 340.32 and see...
Haven't yet tried to see if/how the X99 + i7-5960X work with FreeBSD/PC-BSD. I have some old Linux/Solaris/BSD scaling tests for Sandy-E @ http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=16848
Yeah I've heard the wet towel idea works great, been meaning to try it.
Finally got around to trying it yesterday... Doesn't work. The in-BIOS updater won't accept the file.
I do have a KVM switch but never use it.... My setup works. Sometimes I end up using 4+ keyboards, monitors, and mouse simultaneously.... One computer for my emails / article writing / Internet...
He's likely talking about XA (as in the Gallium3D state tracker for 2D - http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=search&q=XA+state+tracker) not the X Server's XAA.
This is a comparison just against the mainline compilers since that's what most people use and what's packaged by the distributions. If you're curious about LLVM OpenMP, there's this article focusing...
No OpenMP support....
Patches welcome for the Phoronix Test Suite to improve the "sexiness" of the graph.... Or at the very least provide some examples of such rendered charts.
DDR3-1333 will be very crippling then..... Might be supported by the DDR3-supported Skylake mobos, but certainly a bottleneck for memory bandwidth.
Are you on X Server 1.16? That's needed compared to Radeon.
I'd love to test Opterons but unfortunately haven't got a new one in like ~6 years.
It's all about the default... AMD CPUs on the mainline kernel only have CPUfreq driver and there it defaults to ondemand while modern Intel CPUs now use the Intel P-State driver instead and there for...
Yeah I saw that after it failed with just the build-deps... It's running now and almost through its third run; results up soon.
Thanks for the...