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  1. Considering the minimal speed bump and the short...

    Considering the minimal speed bump and the short pipelines of the architecture, I'd say the performance improvement was pretty good. But, you should've been able to get higher than that. You'd get...
  2. I think it'd make more sense to do the reverse of...

    I think it'd make more sense to do the reverse of that. You should be able to easily overclock the 3850 to the 5350, or beyond.
  3. I expected the results to turn out like this. ...

    I expected the results to turn out like this. GPUs don't benefit much from overclocking, because their processing power is more focused on number of threads. When it comes to GPUs, its in your best...
  4. I don't expect catalyst results to be a whole lot...

    I don't expect catalyst results to be a whole lot better. Even on high-end GPUs the performance gap is closing up quickly.

    I wouldn't say this would make an ideal Steambox. It would make a good...
  5. I too think this would be interesting. I'm also...

    I too think this would be interesting. I'm also interested to see AMD's performance. The higher frequency and shorter pipelines must make a massive difference in speed.
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    Not that I personally care about the videos, but...

    Not that I personally care about the videos, but why not use youtube? That should handle everything of concern to you. You could even make a little extra side cash from the ads.
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    For the price point, you can't really complain. ...

    For the price point, you can't really complain. I feel like this would make a decent library computer or even a HTPC. I'm sure the heatsink they used is overkill, but they used it because it's...
  8. What I don't get is why AMD is making the AM1...

    What I don't get is why AMD is making the AM1 socket. FM2 already has Semprons and I think Athlons too. There's already a socket AM2 and AM3 so what is AMD going to do for the next generation?
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    As already mentioned, this is not a workstation...

    As already mentioned, this is not a workstation GPU. It isn't optimized for workstation software, so for the same price you could get a much more power efficient GPU that could probably perform even...
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    As far as I'm aware, all dual-GPU cards,...

    As far as I'm aware, all dual-GPU cards, including nvidia, use crossfire/SLI. That being said, the actual memory capacity they have is really halved.
  11. I wasn't assuming that accessing more RAM was the...

    I wasn't assuming that accessing more RAM was the only advantage, and I wasn't implying it was either. I previously commented that I know there is a performance gain using 64 bit, which the memory...
  12. Not that I have a problem with 64 bit ARM, but...

    Not that I have a problem with 64 bit ARM, but what exactly is the point for non-server purposes? The highest RAM content I've seen on a non-server ARM system was 2GB. Considering the simplicity of...
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    I think unity looks ok, but I hate the usability...

    I think unity looks ok, but I hate the usability of it. XFCE is only good on non-UHD screens, and presumably MATE is the same way. KDE in my experience is pretty stable at this point. It's just...
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    I agree that AMD would make a nice mid-range...

    I agree that AMD would make a nice mid-range Steam Box, but I'm sure nvidia and Valve (and probably intel for that matter) have made a deal to lower the prices. The console will not sell if it costs...
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    I think that's only part of the picture. The...

    I think that's only part of the picture. The drivers are a bigger issue. Both AMD and Intel are in relatively poor condition compared to the nvidia closed source drivers. It seems the latest AMD...
  16. You clearly have no idea how python works if you...

    You clearly have no idea how python works if you think any of those languages you mentioned are competing with it - you're comparing apples to oranges. Ruby is the only language that is similar in...
  17. Very interesting. Unfortunately, they're only...

    Very interesting. Unfortunately, they're only targeting python 2.7. For a brand new design, you'd think they'd use 3.x since the JIT compilers for that are either rare, outdated, or unstable. At...
  18. Even if UE4 gets half the titles as UE3 and if...

    Even if UE4 gets half the titles as UE3 and if only half of those are ported to linux, this is still going to be huge.

    It'd be really interesting if there will eventually be a test for PTS too. ...
  19. I understand that and don't disagree, but your...

    I understand that and don't disagree, but your point is heavily focused and dependent on the software. My point is almost strictly about the hardware, and the hardware hasn't changed much. We've...
  20. I'm aware - I'm a supporter of systemd myself. ...

    I'm aware - I'm a supporter of systemd myself. But that doesn't change the fact that as long as it's monolithic, it becomes a burden on people who aren't verse in how to configure it, and a burden...
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