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    In a lot of cases, closed-system water loops like...

    In a lot of cases, closed-system water loops like the H100 don't perform that well in partial loads. It tends to do better in maximum load and even then, I've found my Noctua outperforms that H100 in...
  2. 1000+ distributions. Thinks his distribution is...

    1000+ distributions. Thinks his distribution is worth testing compared to all others without presenting what's special about it other than themes and appearance.
    Come on man. You have to try harder...
  3. I think their presentation is more specific than...

    I think their presentation is more specific than anything. It's just Ubuntu packaged to look like it's more geared towards gaming and as an alternative to Windows.
    I don't see any harm in it. It...
  4. uh... Intel and AMD both have significant Mesa...

    uh... Intel and AMD both have significant Mesa drivers from what I see. nvidia not so much but that's not that big a deal when they actually support their proprietary driver well (or at least, it's...
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    Good point. I'm still rather upset at the mindset...

    Good point. I'm still rather upset at the mindset of the VPL team who seem to just blame things on OpenGL rather than limitations of the eON wrapper or their inadequate OGL renderer. Their wording...
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    Wow. Really *really* did not expect that one....

    Wow. Really *really* did not expect that one. Will be buying. I keep getting blind sided by these games coming out where I was almost for sure they company would not do it. It often changes my...
  7. Well, hopefully nobody at FedEx knows about...

    Well, hopefully nobody at FedEx knows about BadUSB. ;)
  8. Where does he give a time frame for said project?...

    Where does he give a time frame for said project?
    Also, he didn't ignore LLVM: http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/mesa-dev/2014-August/066026.html
    Not sure about about Vadim's work so I won't...
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    xpad driver is still a broken mess. Still doesn't...

    xpad driver is still a broken mess. Still doesn't contain the various fixes presented before by the Valve employee... or the various patches that still have yet to be reviewed by anyone... The Xbox...
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    Sadly because it's one of the very few sites that...

    Sadly because it's one of the very few sites that provide Linux news.
  11. Well, you can hotplug CPUs...

    Well, you can hotplug CPUs in some cases (some cases being in VMs generally) which Linux supports... why not support hotplugging for everything else? ;)
  12. Actually, most people just want IR for shaders...

    Actually, most people just want IR for shaders and a sub-set of our current API to avoid confusion. Nothing wrong with how OpenGL interacts with the underlying window management or the layer between.
  13. The problem is only a handful of these are...

    The problem is only a handful of these are implemented by vendors in hardware. OpenGL has a hard time of its own. OpenCL is on the backburner, EGL is just starting and isn't used for it's original...
  14. They can already know what GL is doing if they...

    They can already know what GL is doing if they just pay attention to user suggestions. A lot of the extensions and requests are actually taken into OpenGL whenever enough people complain about it.
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    Why does Steam no longer advertise this as a...

    Why does Steam no longer advertise this as a Linux/Mac game?
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    Actually, that there is the reason a lot of...

    Actually, that there is the reason a lot of developers hate DRM-free software. Because people do stuff like that and it cuts into their profits.

    Just because a game is being spread doesn't mean...
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    I think an open-source hardware is interesting if...

    I think an open-source hardware is interesting if you're wanting to get into driver development, especially if it's cheap. I'd buy one if the money is right.
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    It's probably cheap to keep such packages up to...

    It's probably cheap to keep such packages up to date since they're copy and pasted from upstream. There's no reason to estrange the environment just because it doesn't fit the exact purpose it's...
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    I remember running this on a soft-modded original...

    I remember running this on a soft-modded original Xbox. It made sense then. That was over 6 years ago and even then it was outdated. I'm more confused as to why the name stuck rather than changing it...
  20. That was a bad term. It is pretty cheap to gain...

    That was a bad term. It is pretty cheap to gain access to the source. The fact that the source is available at all is what I was referring to as being awesome.
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