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  1. Unfortunately the only hardware I have to put it...

    Unfortunately the only hardware I have to put it on would be my own PC which has an R9 290, which has been quite troublesome on Linux for drivers.

    EDIT: Yes, I would put it on there with a...
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    http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g124/Screwdaking...

    http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g124/Screwdakings/popcorn.gif
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    Wait, so sdack is a system supporter? He really...

    Wait, so sdack is a system supporter? He really didn't come across as one.

    Now I understand why everyone here is confused.
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    I said that in the future, everything other than...

    I said that in the future, everything other than systemd will try to be compatible with systemd to the point where you can swap them out, just like you can with sysvinit.

    Do I think systemd is...
  5. It'll be nice when the major distros adopt it....

    It'll be nice when the major distros adopt it. The sooner we stop depending on X, the better IMO. Besides, it should be easier to implement across many different platforms, as well as being easier to...
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    Not really, considering that Debian decided on it...

    Not really, considering that Debian decided on it for the very reason of it helping in the future and already being very good.

    I honestly can't figure out what people's beef is, before this, we...
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    There, end thread plz. I beg you

    There, end thread plz. I beg you
  8. I'd love to see the BSDs getting the system...

    I'd love to see the BSDs getting the system performance as well. I still remember it cutting down a boot time of about 30-45 seconds to about 10. Performance of general tasks also seemed snappier,...
  9. I actually appreciate seeing the email. It lets...

    I actually appreciate seeing the email. It lets the person speak for themselves and I'm actually now interested in it.
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    Not gonna lie, the grammar is painful, but still...

    Not gonna lie, the grammar is painful, but still sourced and well thought out.

    In elementary, boys are not encouraged to pursue their interests. They like fighting and comics, big dinosaurs and...
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    I should clarify a bit: In that post I was...

    I should clarify a bit:
    In that post I was referring to basic human error: Less typing means less mistakes. Often people will use javascript, or python, or some other something that isn't nearly as...
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    Agreed. Agreed. Agreed. Agreed.

    Agreed.


    Agreed.


    Agreed.


    Agreed.
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    I thought that in general, less code is safer,...

    I thought that in general, less code is safer, while more code is faster.

    This is because with less code, there are less mistakes and usually more interpretation which slows down the execution....
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    The point that was being made is that when a...

    The point that was being made is that when a female worker gets pregnant, not only does she often get paid leave, but they need to fill that spot. If I was an employee and I had special, more...
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    Regarding women being the majority right after...

    Regarding women being the majority right after WWII makes sense because most men just got back from the war. No way would they immediately get a tech job unless they were experts at it when they went...
  16. Assuming that's the issue, then it would explain...

    Assuming that's the issue, then it would explain the performance differences.

    Michael, could you see what would happen if you downclocked all of these to the same as the 8370E?
  17. There's also something else to consider. AFAIK,...

    There's also something else to consider. AFAIK, most applications are being developed on Intel machines. This means that generally, any program that's written to take advantage of 8 threads will...
  18. Because the benchmark is still accurate. If I...

    Because the benchmark is still accurate. If I were to install Ubuntu 14.10, with the same hardware, I would most likely get the same or similar performance.

    That being said, there's a great...
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    https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/3e9AqhfEroxYASOl...

    https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/3e9AqhfEroxYASOlhYrHAWCRw2U7zhqeUrblEZWK3pqf3VncAf7nBo48hjLhOOA3htWTr-2pWLg=w1896-h859...
  20. Those 'not high end models' are one of the best...

    Those 'not high end models' are one of the best price/performance that you can get, period, and even better value than the FX-8350.

    Like, 8 cores, a little slower than the FX-8350, and for about...
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