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  1. It will be but things are not ready at this time....

    It will be but things are not ready at this time. GPU folding - which uses OpenCL - is not ready for Intel products and hasn't entered testing.
  2. What I meant to say is that they wouldn't do it...

    What I meant to say is that they wouldn't do it because there's no reason for Broadcom to make that product as the low-end GPUs that will be out from 2016 and onwards will already have the decoding...
  3. I doubt they would since decoding will be built...

    I doubt they would since decoding will be built into all the low-end GPUs and by the time either codec takes hold, such low-end gear will be too low-end or their GPUs unsupported by current Linux...
  4. We're not talking about Netflix. All downloadable...

    We're not talking about Netflix. All downloadable 4K content currently on the web is H.264 and the current GPUs all support 4K decoding of H.264 streams. H.265 encoders are not going to be widely...
  5. H.265 decoding isn't coming until Skylake with...

    H.265 decoding isn't coming until Skylake with hardware encoding several years away and all 4K content is currently encoded with H.264, so it's far less relevant at this point and will be so for at...
  6. Windows drivers are under development but won't...

    Windows drivers are under development but won't be available until the codebase is stable. That being said, it would really really really benefit Samsung to roll F2FS out to all of it's products,...
  7. I'm holding out for 2016. Skylake should bring...

    I'm holding out for 2016. Skylake should bring HEVC/VP9 and all sorts of other new features that will be useful along with new DDR and PCIe revisions.
  8. Linux is an OS and not an architecture for...

    Linux is an OS and not an architecture for hardware so I'm not sure what you're asking by bringing up ARM.
  9. I don't care at all for multi-player FPS but give...

    I don't care at all for multi-player FPS but give me a fully working (and updated to work with today's Linux ecosystem) Unreal 1 on Linux - preferably on Steam where I already own the game - without...
  10. The next generation of DP uses a lossless...

    The next generation of DP uses a lossless compression method called "Display Stream Compression".
  11. It's not so much for daisy-chaining as most DP...

    It's not so much for daisy-chaining as most DP monitors don't have hubs so far as I know. It's really for the 4K displays which currently work by combining two streams - hence the Multi-Stream...
  12. It's a good start but we need to get more...

    It's a good start but we need to get more resources behind this to get 4K working on Linux ASAP. My next build will definitely be a 4K system for my photography work and the upcoming Thunderbolt 3...
  13. It takes a few days for the updates to propogate...

    It takes a few days for the updates to propogate through the servers, so you should be able to update it through the Updater by next week.
  14. The disaster known as GNOME 3 has turned me off...

    The disaster known as GNOME 3 has turned me off of contributing money to The GNOME Foundation. Love MATE (GNOME 2 fork) though and I will use that when I upgrade to my next distro and will contribute...
  15. Meh. I'd take Klingon Honor Guard instead. That...

    Meh. I'd take Klingon Honor Guard instead. That game was awesome and it was the first Unreal game made.
  16. Firefox is getting better but it still chokes...

    Firefox is getting better but it still chokes with websites after being up for two hours or more. Use a site like OKCupid for a bit with multiple tabs, leave it open for some time, and you'll see...
  17. DP comes once DVI is dead, which happens with the...

    DP comes once DVI is dead, which happens with the next generation of monitors that will do away with LVDS. Then many monitors will be packing HDMI and DP.
  18. DVI is being phased out by manufacturers of GPUs...

    DVI is being phased out by manufacturers of GPUs and HDMI is cheaper to implement now not to mention that it's preferred simply because there are far more HDMI devices like game consoles,...
  19. 4K monitors will be more common over the next 8...

    4K monitors will be more common over the next 8 months as the 28-inch panels are now widely available and the new GPUs coming in that time are all 4K capable with video decoding for 4K h.264. Save...
  20. It's irrelevant. JPEG encoding and decoding...

    It's irrelevant. JPEG encoding and decoding functions are already hardware accelerated on mobile devices via ASICs and SIMD instruction sets so this wouldn't change anything for the worse or better...
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