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  1. From personal experience RAM overclocking...

    From personal experience RAM overclocking (2400Mhz is considered overclock for A10-7850K) rarely works with 4 DIMMs, it certainly doesn't for me. So if you want best performance definitely stick to...
  2. Yes, you are right, when I first assembled my...

    Yes, you are right, when I first assembled my desktop the default speed for the RAM was set to 1333Mhz, that is what the DIMMs are advertising unless you use XMP profiles or manual settings. But that...
  3. Hmm, funny thing, on my A10-7850K it shows the...

    Hmm, funny thing, on my A10-7850K it shows the speed as 1333Mhz while BIOS and dmidecode say it's 2133Mhz (RAM is capable of 2400Mhz and works fine with just 2 DIMMS, but it's not stable with 4...
  4. Some real numbers from `qlop -tgH wine` on my...

    Some real numbers from `qlop -tgH wine` on my Gentoo system with i7-3770 CPU:
    wine: Fri Mar 28 17:43:57 2014: 11 minutes, 34 seconds
    wine: Mon Jun 2 14:22:02 2014: 13 minutes, 55 seconds
    wine:...
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    The discount wasn't reduced, it was always 50%...

    The discount wasn't reduced, it was always 50% for the individual games and 66% for the bundle containing both. I doubt they will reduce it further so soon, the games were just launched a few months...
  6. Presuming the drivers were perfect, sure, the...

    Presuming the drivers were perfect, sure, the card speed would be the only limiting factor. But as the tests show difference at this resolution they are very useful to compare driver performance....
  7. Linux is verry friendly towards binary blobs....

    Linux is verry friendly towards binary blobs. You're just not using it right. RHEL Desktop is supported for 10 years, just like windows. And it will keep compatibility with binary blobs because the...
  8. I'm sure that if they didn't support it on...

    I'm sure that if they didn't support it on Windows there would be no question if to support on Linux or not. 32bit is still popular on Windows, last time I had to use one the default browser was...
  9. I see the patch that disables it is for 32bit...

    I see the patch that disables it is for 32bit apps on 64bit kernel. What if the kernel is 32bit itself? Will that work?

    Also, if 32bit apps are supported on Windows and someone actually writes a...
  10. Showing multiple windows on screen at the same...

    Showing multiple windows on screen at the same time (and hence the need to minimize/maximize/resize one app) is an afterthought on touch platforms indeed, and still in its infancy. But that's no...
  11. Truth be told, that won't be noticed by 99% of...

    Truth be told, that won't be noticed by 99% of the users out there. The true reason is for finally doing it right. And getting rid of the hacks.
  12. Did you read the thread?

    Did you read the thread?
  13. Read point 2 of my previous post again: If...

    Read point 2 of my previous post again:


    If you add "printf("window=%x, fswindow=%x, vmwindow=%x\n", wm_info.info.x11.window, wm_info.info.x11.fswindow, wm_info.info.x11.wmwindow);" to your code...
  14. As I said, best option is to move to SDL2. But...

    As I said, best option is to move to SDL2.

    But I still don't think it's a race, it sounds more like the WM ignores the event. There are 2 common causes for this, either the window you are sending...
  15. Well, now, you should have mentioned SDL. That...

    Well, now, you should have mentioned SDL. That makes it trickier indeed. The only true solution is moving over to SDL2, you will need to do that for Wayland support anyway. But if that is not an...
  16. And just for fun, here's how it's done with Xlib...

    And just for fun, here's how it's done with Xlib directly, slightly messier:



    #include <X11/Xlib.h>

    int main() {
    Display *dpy = XOpenDisplay(NULL);
    Window w =...
  17. Sure, here is an example of a basic text editor...

    Sure, here is an example of a basic text editor using Qt4 that will maximize itself:



    #include <QtGui/QApplication>
    #include <QtGui/QTextEdit>

    int main(int argv, char **args) {
    ...
  18. Actually any application using Client Side...

    Actually any application using Client Side Decorations would have to request to be minimized, otherwise that "button in the window decoration" would do noting. And Wayland encourages the use of CSD.
  19. Not quite, procfs, sysfs and other stuff that...

    Not quite, procfs, sysfs and other stuff that should only be used by system utilities is not backwards compatible. So if you install a new kernel on a 2.4-based distro it will most likely have...
  20. If Valve or anyone else manages to launch a...

    If Valve or anyone else manages to launch a product targeted at gamers that sells multiple million units, support for it will become a mandatory requirement for most AAA developers. It will not...
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