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  1. I didn't think it was appallingly negligent by...

    I didn't think it was appallingly negligent by Intel in the first place as the HD 3000 does have very obvious compute limits. I keep planning on going out and getting a GTX 760 or something for the...
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    Unfortunately, that's just because you've got an...

    Unfortunately, that's just because you've got an AMD card. It's been the case for several years now that the only way you're going to get Windows-comparable performance and stability under Linux in...
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    performance is pretty good considering that these...

    performance is pretty good considering that these ports are sometimes pretty questionable (and often have inflated system requirements) -- I'm getting 20+ FPS (which is fine for a turn-based game) on...
  4. um, you do know that the performance even...

    um, you do know that the performance even single-threaded apps isn't just a matter of raw clockspeed, right? Core and newer architecture are capable of way more efficient instructions per second even...
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    Those of you wondering whether it works in Wine...

    Those of you wondering whether it works in Wine -- yes: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=23492
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    I imagine this was done by them, they've been...

    I imagine this was done by them, they've been dropping hints lately about how they'd like to release Witcher 3 for Linux (they're very anti-DRM and generally friendly to open platforms) so this was...
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    Desktop notifications are a disaster now in...

    Desktop notifications are a disaster now in Ubuntu -- breaks notify-OSD and redraws the indicator icon every time you get a mail or a chat. Lots of stuttering. I locked version 31 in Trusty.
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    I'm really happy to see this, as I love the idea...

    I'm really happy to see this, as I love the idea of the Dell Venue Pro 11 with the detachable hinge keyboard running Gnome 3. The Bay Trail configuration currently only has 2GB of memory, though...
  9. Dell Venue 11 Pro with the keyboard-hinge cover...

    Dell Venue 11 Pro with the keyboard-hinge cover for sure -- it's a better Surface Pro for $600 (if Bay Trail performance is acceptable to you).

    Apparently the touchscreen isn't working yet, but...
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    Yeah, I was going to say -- Gnome3 is, by all...

    Yeah, I was going to say -- Gnome3 is, by all reports, a fairly natural fit for tablets (and a better marriage of a "legacy" x86 desktop to a touch interface than Windows 8 is) and I've been eagerly...
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    The latest intel drivers are causing frequent...

    The latest intel drivers are causing frequent (albeit brief) compositor lockups on Sandy Bridge ... I think there was a regression, this hasn't happened to me in close to a year.
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    I know, but I don't necessarily want to, as the...

    I know, but I don't necessarily want to, as the mesa packages offer major advantages over any PPA other than edgers (which currently has the same llvm, I checked), and last time I tried reverting...
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    managed to revert smoothly, but problem persists; maybe llvm is the issue?

    solved synaptic issues by basically unmarking dependencies one-by-one (had to do a few of them simultaneously, e.g. wine and wine:i386, but I got it). however, the problem persists. I grabbed the...
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    I think most recent libdrm is busted on intel

    been having major stability problems (monitor connected on VGA is very fuzzy with bad colours at X startup though DVI monitor is fine, and after 1-2hrs uptime the system starts thrashing badly) since...
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