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  1. A much better test would be compiling ... Mozilla...

    A much better test would be compiling ... Mozilla Firefox with given optimization levels and then measuring its performance in various JS benchmarks.

    I'm not aware of any automation tools for...
  2. They must focus on developing new CPU...

    They must focus on developing new CPU architecture(s), not introduce CPUs which cannot compete with Intel's cheapest Celerons.

    AMD's IPC performance absolutely sucks - they cannot even beat...
  3. What's there to play? Metro Last Light? NVIDIA...

    What's there to play? Metro Last Light?

    NVIDIA should help nouveau more, not implement features required by 1% of Linux users (i.e. 0.01% computers users in general).
  4. Which says quite a lot about their workflow. If...

    Which says quite a lot about their workflow. If their engineers cannot write comments to commits in their revision system(s), that means they have all sorts of regressions and hidden bugs all the...
  5. i7 must have at least 4 physical cores, this CPU...

    i7 must have at least 4 physical cores, this CPU has two CPU cores with HT.

    That's why Intel's marketing department is lying.
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    This and ST1000DM003/ST2000DM001 drives are all a...

    This and ST1000DM003/ST2000DM001 drives are all a major POS.

    On these drives APM cannot be permanently disabled, so your HDD will constantly park its heads when idling. And when it does that, it...
  7. It's not a core i7. Just saying.

    It's not a core i7.

    Just saying.
  8. The article specifically says that the password...

    The article specifically says that the password is "nuke". Has anyone even read it? What a bunch of 1st grade kids.
  9. The attacker enters this password and all your...

    The attacker enters this password and all your data is gone. Poof.

    What a "nice" idea.

    I'm not against it, but this termination password should be configurable otherwise it's a recipe for...
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    This kinda explains everything: /thread

    This kinda explains everything:



    /thread
  11. I don't see GCC 4.8 results thus this article...

    I don't see GCC 4.8 results thus this article becomes less useful ... almost useless
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    I feed on it. My PC has 16GB of RAM and I'd be...

    I feed on it. My PC has 16GB of RAM and I'd be happy to have even more. Jokes aside, a desktop OS with less than 4GB of RAM is just not an option. Android runs just fine on 2GB of RAM though.
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    Linux on a touch device? Tell me more - it's not...

    Linux on a touch device? Tell me more - it's not about RAM, it's about usability.

    2GB of RAM is just too little for Windows, besides I hate Metro and there are far fewer apps for Windows.
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    I'm a lot more interested to know if Asus is...

    I'm a lot more interested to know if Asus is going to release a native Android for it.

    This thing is meant to be a tablet - it's not a laptop for Linux.

    With just 2GB (there's no way to expand...
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    vBulletin errors with forums

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    NVIDIA's blob does NOT even support Linux 3.11,...

    NVIDIA's blob does NOT even support Linux 3.11, damn!
  17. Michael, thank you for your continuous tests, but...

    Michael, thank you for your continuous tests, but can you include other more tangible games in your analysis?

    I guess many people will be really annoyed by my proposal, but I'd really like to see...
  18. $1 million is nothing for a project of this scale.

    $1 million is nothing for a project of this scale.
  19. This is a far more important issue...

    This is a far more important issue which affects a 1000 times more people than those who need 4 displays support.
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    GCC 4.2 is still a lot faster than Clang in 95%...

    GCC 4.2 is still a lot faster than Clang in 95% of usage scenarios.
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