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  1. @ Michael: If you test it, please do idle...

    @ Michael:

    If you test it, please do idle power consumption tests. Although I appreciate the core count going up also on the Intel side, the 140 W envelope sounds kinda troubling.
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    First of all: I agree that locking out third...

    First of all: I agree that locking out third party adapters just for the heck of it is not good, but:



    We are all missing something here in my opinion. The cards are always sold with the...
  3. Thanks! Those seem to be exactly the bugs I'm...

    Thanks! Those seem to be exactly the bugs I'm experiencing. From now on I will file them upstream.
  4. How do all you fare with graphics corruption when...

    How do all you fare with graphics corruption when using SNA?
    Since enabling it, me and a few of my colleagues using Ivy Bridges all have some visual artifacts especially in normal desktop...
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    This is not true from my experience. Back in the...

    This is not true from my experience. Back in the Stream SDK < 2.4 days there were always some bugs encountered, but OpenCL is fully supported now.
    The scientific community still swears by CUDA,...
  6. I don't think so either. I also never said he...

    I don't think so either. I also never said he promised something, I just said the normal users here don't trust him so much anymore. I feel for him, because I had to do a similar job once. I don't...
  7. Just assigning blame won't help anyone. At the...

    Just assigning blame won't help anyone. At the moment the whole situation here is escalating.
    The reason for that is simple:

    a) People don't trust bridgeman anymore
    b) the uninformed users (me...
  8. They don't care about open source, true, but they...

    They don't care about open source, true, but they care about hassle-free. Implementing OpenCL using Catalyst on a HPC architecture is a pain and you need to break some best practices to do it, like...
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    First of all: thanks for going the extra mile to...

    First of all: thanks for going the extra mile to provide also an open-source driver.
    But here is my question:

    I know fglrx in total will never be open source due to lots of license issues and IP,...
  10. In that case I apologize for misinterpreting it....

    In that case I apologize for misinterpreting it.

    I felt the vibe of the posting was quite negative. For me QT is already one of the most viable choices if you want a UI toolkit. As such I didn't...
  11. Compared to other projects talked about on...

    Compared to other projects talked about on Phoronix, the release of QT 5.0 is not urgent and so there is also no need for this passive aggressive news reporting.
    QT 4.x works very well, so no...
  12. Believe me, I've tried them, at least the ones...

    Believe me, I've tried them, at least the ones from AMD.

    => The open source drivers gave me a flicker-free experience unlike the blobs. I could watch movies on my dual screen setup, compositing on...
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    I disagree that introducing systemd is against...

    I disagree that introducing systemd is against the KISS philosophy:
    Many packages nowadays are tailored towards it (udev was mentioned in this thread). Starting daemons without systemd will be the...
  14. Michael mentioned that there was something fishy...

    Michael mentioned that there was something fishy going on in both cases, where performance degraded. In OpenArena there might have been VSYNC issues, in Warsow there was incorrect rendering in the...
  15. Finally, full access to our local Fermi cluster!...

    Finally, full access to our local Fermi cluster!

    Hehe, but kidding aside: I really don't want to be the guy running a Nvidia compute cluster at this very moment.
  16. That's only for Metadata. It's very fast as...

    That's only for Metadata. It's very fast as written in the article, but it cannot guarantee that your data is not corrupted.
  17. ZFS is still great and for many things the only...

    ZFS is still great and for many things the only choice still.
    But it will quite certainly never be a native (in-kernel and distribution default) filesystem for linux, due to licensing and patenting....
  18. I'd like to steer the thread a bit into talking...

    I'd like to steer the thread a bit into talking about Android again (sorry for not quoting, but there were so many flames in the middle, that I didn't want to read through all of them again).
    The...
  19. My experiences were different; that was also why...

    My experiences were different; that was also why I was happy the developers shared my view. I followed the development of the 'first' new ATI driver with my 4850. There I always experienced Video...
  20. From the article: "Please don't make it easy for...

    From the article:
    "Please don't make it easy for "the blob to work with Wayland/Weston", and don't change anything in our stacks for that to happen. Please don't sacrifice anything in our side.
    Let...
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