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  1. Do you mean you failed to notice WINE doesn't...

    Do you mean you failed to notice WINE doesn't rely on the Linux kernel only? Funny.
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    Bay Trail-T (Z3740 and Z3770) and Cherry Trail-T...

    Bay Trail-T (Z3740 and Z3770) and Cherry Trail-T are tablet chips. Tablet and desktop/laptop BT don't support the same kind of memories.

    See this for instance:...
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    Good question and we have a hint. Some GCN cards...

    Good question and we have a hint. Some GCN cards won't fully support Mantle optimally (basically most of HD 7x00 cards). Can't say I'm surprised, I never trusted AMD when they said it could be...
  4. Intel "MID"? That brings us back 6 years ago...

    Intel "MID"? That brings us back 6 years ago when Intel really thought the original Atom would take over the market. Another epic failure?
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    There's a defined 32-bit API for Aarch64 and it's...

    There's a defined 32-bit API for Aarch64 and it's supported by binutils, gcc and Linux kernel (at least patches have been published).

    IIRC several AMD SPEC2000 submissions were forcing 32-bit...
  6. I happily play World of Warcraft on my GTX 770 at...

    I happily play World of Warcraft on my GTX 770 at 1920x1200 with all options to max in raid 25 with Wine. Of course it's not a very demanding game, but I bet I couldn't play it this way with any AMD...
  7. This makes no sense: if you buy something, it's...

    This makes no sense: if you buy something, it's to use it to its full potential now, not sometime in the future (see 13-Way AMD GPU Open-Source Linux Driver Comparison On The Source Engine).

    And...
  8. You're changing my wording, I specifically linked...

    You're changing my wording, I specifically linked "performance and reliability". I don't want one or the other, I want both to benefit now from the hardware I bought.
  9. Wake me when Intel GPU are good for serious 3D...

    Wake me when Intel GPU are good for serious 3D work and gaming.


    Indeed and I am getting tired to have no choice but to buy nvidia GPU to get high performance and reliability under Linux. ...
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    Here's the link to nvidia/PGI OpenACC compiler...

    Here's the link to nvidia/PGI OpenACC compiler https://developer.nvidia.com/pgi-accelerator-fortran-and-c-compilers
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    Because they actually like open source? :p

    Because they actually like open source? :p
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    I think nvidia already got an OpenACC compiler...

    I think nvidia already got an OpenACC compiler from buying PGI ;)
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    So where is ARM GPU documentation? As a reminder...

    So where is ARM GPU documentation? As a reminder here is my original post:


    I added the highlight just in case you can't see it.

    As Nille just wrote all of this discussion has been around GPU...
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    You're kidding right? We are talking GPU here...

    You're kidding right? We are talking GPU here...
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    Sincerely? Come on, this is a big corp, they...

    Sincerely? Come on, this is a big corp, they have an interest in supporting Linux, Android, etc. But I agree they are doing more efforts than all others!
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    As far as I know ARM doesn't provide...

    As far as I know ARM doesn't provide documentation for their GPUs. Imagination don't either. And Qualcomm don't.

    In fact, I guess only Intel and AMD have provided doc for their instruction set,...
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    That's what Intel does with its latest...

    That's what Intel does with its latest smartphones chips (Z25xx and Z27xx): they quote highest turbo speed which can't be sustained for long.
  18. Sorry but given that intrinsics are...

    Sorry but given that intrinsics are CPU/ISA-specific, you'd still have to port your code, which is the point of the article: what x86 code exists that needs ARM64 porting?
  19. I agree with you, though as others pointed out...

    I agree with you, though as others pointed out you'd have a pain convincing your compiler to generate good code for SIMD instructions, and that's why FFmpeg still uses a lot of hand-optimized asm...
  20. This raises a question: do Android smartphones...

    This raises a question: do Android smartphones based on Intel chips really use gcc everywhere or is icc used in some places?
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