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    Worked a charm, thanks. In related news, my...

    Worked a charm, thanks.

    In related news, my usually [still] excellent GTX580 sounded pretty asthmatic during some scenes. At 1920*1200 it was down to ~17fps :( This is the first engine that has...
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    Yeah, I'm getting that limit issue. Any...

    Yeah, I'm getting that limit issue. Any suggestions?


    $ ./effects
    Using binned.
    setrlimit() failed with error 22 (Invalid argument)
    - Max per-process value allowed is 4096 (we wanted 10000)....
  3. Exactly what I was thinking. Six transformers are...

    Exactly what I was thinking. Six transformers are going to perform a lot worse than one (assuming the boards can cope with the voltage droop). I'd actually be surprised if there wasn't a good...
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    In other news: Linus Torvalds strokes cat,...

    In other news: Linus Torvalds strokes cat, Stallman has cup of tea.
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    Wait... You're not being paid by Unigine to...

    Wait... You're not being paid by Unigine to promote OilRush?! You've mentioned it in almost every gaming story for the past year, relevant or not - so you can understand why somebody might think...
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    I'm trying not to be cruel!

    I'm not surprised. When I first saw this I thought it looked like a poor clone of Hexen 2. Considering Hex2 is over 15 years old, that's not a good first reaction.

    And that's the problem with...
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    As helpful as rotating windows is do we yet know...

    As helpful as rotating windows is do we yet know why people will want to migrate away from X? Seriously, I'm not trying to troll: what problem is Wayland going to solve?

    And assuming that is worth...
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    It took more money in total but the average...

    It took more money in total but the average purchase price for Linux was $11.79 while Mac was only $6.43. That's awesome but probably means (hard to be exact without the real figures) there were...
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    Is this actually a delay from any previously...

    Is this actually a delay from any previously release timeline? I thought "Release for Windows/OSX and consoles and then Linux" was always the priority.

    And you can't blame them - commercially it...
  10. Shame there isn't any current hardware in there...

    Shame there isn't any current hardware in there (I'd have liked to have seen my GTX580) for nothing else but for a comparison against the 460, which seems to trounce everything else.

    Having had my...
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    Unless they gobble the tech up and only make it...

    Unless they gobble the tech up and only make it available to their customers.
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    I hope they don't kill off the product for...

    I hope they don't kill off the product for non-Oracle users.

    Actually, if they do, perhaps somebody will compete with them. Maybe distributions could provide similar kernel updates, assuming...
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    Bug: Grammar fix for the graph explanations

    I saw this today: Watts, Less are better

    Stepping around the comma, less refers to something being physically smaller while fewer is the word you'd use to describe a smaller quantity.

    Many...
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    While I would say you've done good work (you...

    While I would say you've done good work (you have, if you've done what you've said), you've been saying you've found some of the power-leaks for weeks now, so saying it won't make it to users until...
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    Then there's perhaps a lesson to be learnt about...

    Then there's perhaps a lesson to be learnt about assumptions. Especially on something that you say has slipped numerous times already.
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    Just noticed this on the Pathscale CTO's twitter...

    Just noticed this on the Pathscale CTO's twitter feed:



    Have to agree with him. Michael could have sat silently on this for all this time but instead dripped it out and essentially gave it away...
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    Unless it's the GPGPU "CUDA-killer" compiler...

    Unless it's the GPGPU "CUDA-killer" compiler and not EKOPath.

    But enough of this. Speculating is a waste of time and effort. Wake me up when there's actually some news.
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    Somebody might have said something is going to...

    Somebody might have said something is going to happen somewhere at some point in time. Great story.

    Well... Somebody might have said a story might be great. No idea if it's this one.
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    Agree completely. The Phoronix page-juicing, link...

    Agree completely. The Phoronix page-juicing, link maze is horrible.
  20. The most telling part is one comment in that...

    The most telling part is one comment in that thread that points out that nouveau doesn't support things like AA/AF but the tests include them. So while the binary nvidia driver is rendering...
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