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    You know we have this "damand paging" feature in...

    You know we have this "damand paging" feature in Linux since, hm let me think, always? This means even a fat driver library will only consume virtual address space, as long as nothing is using most...
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    I'm as sure as I can get being the guy who wrote...

    I'm as sure as I can get being the guy who wrote that patches. Also I'm the dumbass who dropped the word Tegra in the cover letter, while I clearly meant "any ARM system with PCIe out there".
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    Just to clarify before it becomes a major...

    Just to clarify before it becomes a major confusion: this is NOT about the Tegra internal GPU. This is about the case where you take your 5W ARM system, connect your 150W GeForce to it and then...
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    Yes you will still get that, but not through the...

    Yes you will still get that, but not through the fbcon layer. The thinking was more of stealing the framebuffer of whatever was active at the time and display the OOPS. Please differentiate between...
  5. Oh please, no. The naming thing is really a...

    Oh please, no.

    The naming thing is really a minor annoyance. It's not holding up any development, as I haven't even started working on any userspace parts. There's still tons of work to do in the...
  6. Until now I avoided adding much to the fuzz going...

    Until now I avoided adding much to the fuzz going on with Phoronix and Tegra, as it at least gets the driver some coverage. But please Michael, get the your facts straight. It's nice that we get...
  7. The approval thing is a bit annoying, but it's...

    The approval thing is a bit annoying, but it's not all that bad. At least you (as an individual) can get approved if you go through the registration process. Also you don't need to lie about your...
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    You know sound is a considerable slower media...

    You know sound is a considerable slower media than light. Your brain can't even tell apart single pictures if they are shown within 16ms, most people can't even at 40ms. If you have a really trained...
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    To end your speculation: AMD closing down the...

    To end your speculation: AMD closing down the OSRC in Dresden and it's not just those 3 guys. I would call it very unlikely that those guys prefer to relocate to another continent, just to keep their...
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    You're wrong, those guys were long time AMD staff...

    You're wrong, those guys were long time AMD staff members. It seems more like the X64 arch division of the OSRC in Dresden is shutting down...
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    Ok, it's nice to see that the 8350 is a...

    Ok, it's nice to see that the 8350 is a improvement over the 8150, but can we please get the same Bench in comparison with the Core i7 3770K, please? This would add real value to the article.
  12. And you think the current (DRI2) way of opening a...

    And you think the current (DRI2) way of opening a GEM handle works over a network? You know this is about DRI, the Direct Rendering Interface, which so far has never worked over a network. It's not...
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    It's not a hard limit. AMD only specifies 1866MHz...

    It's not a hard limit. AMD only specifies 1866MHz as the validated maximum frequency, but it seems that reaching 2133MHz was just a matter of relaxing the timings a bit on the platform used by this...
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    From a german site, but the graph does not need...

    From a german site, but the graph does not need any explanation, besides blue=games, red=apps, green=weighted:
    http://www.planet3dnow.de/photoplog/images/54308/1_06-Speicherskalierung.png
  15. The RSX is just a regular NV4x class chip. The...

    The RSX is just a regular NV4x class chip. The only differences are in the number of execution engines and different memory access. The featureset is exactly the same. We already have a relatively...
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    No, this is mlankhorst.

    No, this is mlankhorst.
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    You are right without indirect GLX there will be...

    You are right without indirect GLX there will be no remote rendering. But firstly this was just the baseline for a discussion and maybe someone (NVidia?) cares enough about indirect rendering that...
  18. The thing is he is talking about OpenGL core...

    The thing is he is talking about OpenGL core profile 3.1 and "parts of it" in one sentence. That really just confuses people. The core profiles are specifically meant to be a baseline with a known...
  19. Firstly GeForce 7800 is NV47, not NV50. NV50...

    Firstly GeForce 7800 is NV47, not NV50. NV50 series is GF8 and up. All cards that get dropped from driver support now are in the NV4x range.

    Second: we (Nouveau) got a new gallium driver for the...
  20. Marek already claimed that this series makes most...

    Marek already claimed that this series makes most of the MSAA piglit tests pass. Getting nearer to OGL conformance is way more important than any screenshot.
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