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  1. The only thing going for clang is the extra...

    The only thing going for clang is the extra static analysis, and faster compile times. Its code generation is significantly inferior, with not only significantly slower binaries, but also...
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    I'm more curious about bug fixes. Any noted, and...

    I'm more curious about bug fixes. Any noted, and where do we get 14.50? or is it not available yet?
  3. Did you try and post images? I have some png file...

    Did you try and post images? I have some png file names in the email.
  4. Immediately. it doesn't persist across boots,...

    Immediately.

    it doesn't persist across boots, so you should put it in a startup script to run after every boot (very much distro-dependant)
  5. This is for any system that uses ondemand, which...

    This is for any system that uses ondemand, which is anything from Intel, AMD, ARM, etc... Very likely your Core2, yes.
  6. I am using those values on a notebook, and have...

    I am using those values on a notebook, and have noticed no impact on battery life at all :-)
  7. +1 I found even: echo 90 >...

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    I found even:
    echo 90 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/up_threshold
    echo 100 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/sampling_down_factor
    provided me with rather noticeable...
  8. I had a desktop with a similar issue. It happened...

    I had a desktop with a similar issue. It happened because when the system was idle, it would clock the chipset down (This wasn intel P45 chipset) AND lower the voltage. It would go unstable pretty...
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    I wouldn't call performance abysmal. Just bad....

    I wouldn't call performance abysmal. Just bad.
    The new patched executable is a lot more stable for me, I haven't manage to crash it yet. I do still see some graphical glitches, but definitely less....
  10. I was specifically talking about user experience....

    I was specifically talking about user experience. I have a little cube thingy that uses this new atom cores, and the power management is very laggy, which makes the usability quite terrible. I gave...
  11. But this is ATOM cores we are talking about......

    But this is ATOM cores we are talking about... You definitely need all the performance it can offer.
  12. Get Mantle into MESA, *then* call it open source....

    Get Mantle into MESA, *then* call it open source.

    It would be awesome too if the useful bits of the Mantle API is incorporated into OpenGL 5 though.
  13. If Micheal just runs a simple "time" command for...

    If Micheal just runs a simple "time" command for each benchmark he is running, you could determine approximately how many cores it uses, and how much IO affected the benchmark is?
  14. It happened to many of my teammates. I know of at...

    It happened to many of my teammates. I know of at least 3 cases where people on a first-name basis had to redo the TIM (themselves or get someone else to do it) and "void" warranty, because apple...
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    ^^ This!

    ^^ This!
  16. Unfortunately I'd point at ASUS this time,...

    Unfortunately I'd point at ASUS this time, considering that literally each and every ASUS notebook that family/friends/colleagues have owned have all have inconsistent hardware related faliures. Not...
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    On my Dell M4700, changing from the P-state...

    On my Dell M4700, changing from the P-state driver to the generic ACPI one reduced my idle power usage by ~2W... That is quite a bit of power for nothing. I haven't done performance benchmarks, but...
  18. On their homepage: http://tesseract.gg

    On their homepage: http://tesseract.gg
  19. Thread: Avanti CB350S

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    You'd need to add a processor first. But then, I...

    You'd need to add a processor first. But then, I really don't see why not :-P
  20. postgresql was at "big data scale" already, which...

    postgresql was at "big data scale" already, which is quite a bit more than "web scale" :-P
    Mongo isn't bad, I use it for quite a few things, it just is nearly impossible to maintain in the classical...
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