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  1. The first thing I see in the graphic is that...

    The first thing I see in the graphic is that almost everything is blue or red. How are we supposed to distinguish nVidia and Innotech / VMWare and Cirrus?

    And also: ATI is also losing a LOT of...
  2. That's either that or having my GPU fan at 100%...

    That's either that or having my GPU fan at 100% all the time, so either way, there is breakage... except that with xorg-edgers I have a working system for approximately half the time. :)
  3. mmm... switchable graphics from catalyst... I...

    mmm... switchable graphics from catalyst...

    I want that or a stable version of ubuntu xorg-edgers package...
    As it is now, each time i'm upgrading my ubuntu natty, I don't know if the system will...
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    It's not complicated. These tests only shows that...

    It's not complicated. These tests only shows that the stuff is compressed sometimes in memory before being written to disk. This is the same thing that happens when encrypted disks shows better...
  5. What about a benchmark that actually test ZFS for...

    What about a benchmark that actually test ZFS for what it is intended for?

    As in the following anandtech article:
    http://www.anandtech.com/show/3963/zfs-building-testing-and-benchmarking
  6. Direct3D is a closed source library on top of a...

    Direct3D is a closed source library on top of a hardware driver. ATI and nVidia are implementing a driver that is used by the library. A Direct3D state tracker would probably not re-implement the...
  7. Do they have a deal with Microsoft to have some...

    Do they have a deal with Microsoft to have some NDA documentation of the Direct3D API to help with their implementation?

    If so, then this explain why the state tracker cannot be open-sourced
  8. The arm sdk they are using is probably windows...

    The arm sdk they are using is probably windows only
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    Damn, a native linux 64bits RTS. I am very...

    Damn, a native linux 64bits RTS. I am very interested in this beta, so this is a request for a beta key! :)

    Professionnal linux games are more and more interesing these days. If this is close or...
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    The number of threads is application dependant. A...

    The number of threads is application dependant. A lot of variables like disk access, memory latency, cache coherence, etc. can change the optimal number of threads / cpu.

    I think that scaling...
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    it's fixed! :)

    it's fixed! :)
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    Here is a link to my cpuinfo cpuinfo.txt...

    Here is a link to my cpuinfo

    cpuinfo.txt

    It seems that the physical ids are starting from 1 instead of 0. The PTS code in pts-core/functions/pts-functions_system_cpu.php -> processor_string is...
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    Bug in cpu detection

    PTS 1.0.0 incorrectly reports the number of available cpus on one of my test machines. What is strange is that the number of cores is ok.

    I get:
    Processor: 5 x Quad-Core AMD Opteron 8356 @...
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