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    "MIPS port to LLVM" -> "LLVM port to MIPS"? ...

    "MIPS port to LLVM" -> "LLVM port to MIPS"?

    I'm not familiar with the internals of compiler technology at all, but seeing multiple language development projects use the same code-generating...
  2. Fedora 16 tested in the stock configuration

    I strongly object to the results of the boot time test, in particular the Fedora 16 slowness.

    While I can say nothing about Ubuntu (being a RH user since the very first Fedora release many years...
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    If you look closely, you'll see that this is...

    If you look closely, you'll see that this is EVGA. From the kind of components used to their placement and the fonts(!) used on the board, everything here proves th`at this is an EVGA board. Remember...
  4. Erm I'm afraid I have to disagree with you. There...

    Erm I'm afraid I have to disagree with you. There are way more than 20 games played at any given moment. Even if we count only those players on the russian servers, they'll be way more than 20. And...
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    Excuse me... how do you run Linux with Sandy...

    Excuse me... how do you run Linux with Sandy Bridge? Does that motherboard have UEFI BIOS? If so, how does the CentOS system, which is effectively RedHat Linux, run off that motherboard - as far a I...
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    Well, I do game, but it's Nexuiz. An 8800 320Mb...

    Well, I do game, but it's Nexuiz. An 8800 320Mb is perfectly enough for me. But I build KDE regularly. So the i7 930 turned out to be a nice addition to my system.
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    No. What I said was that when you game, you don't...

    No. What I said was that when you game, you don't need a powerful GPU because all the stuff that a more powerful GPU is used for, like coronas, bloom, and motion blur, distracts the gamer from...
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    Well yes, but won't you admit that "doing work"...

    Well yes, but won't you admit that "doing work" is implied in that part of the post?
    Second, I was primarily referring to the "gaming" statements above. Productivity is obvious. And then, people...
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    This - "do work with their CPUs" - is covered...

    This - "do work with their CPUs" - is covered later in my post. Please read carefully.
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    Erm... guys, why would you need THAT much power...

    Erm... guys, why would you need THAT much power anyway, eh? And you say sometimes in your posts, "the best gaming processor". You need a decent GPU, not CPU to game. And actually, you don't need more...
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    I'd like to make two points. Point one: Guys,...

    I'd like to make two points.
    Point one:
    Guys, what are you talking about? Do you even realise a bunch of students can't write an OS scheduler! It's Operating System Science, a lot of research has...
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    Can we expect a Qt Wayland backend, or is Cairo...

    Can we expect a Qt Wayland backend, or is Cairo the primary (and only) goal for the moment? Given that Qt is fully open source now, some enthusiast could well try and hack up a backend. Or will Qt...
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