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    What's more, the two key characteristics of HSA,...

    What's more, the two key characteristics of HSA, shared virtual memory and device initiated work (dynamic parallelism) are both supported by opencl 2.0 ( the version targeted by that marketing link...
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    My point was about llvm in general, hence why I...

    My point was about llvm in general, hence why I asked about llvmpipe and its future. I was aware of vadim's sb alternative, so llvm wasn't necessary for anything other than opencl. However I want...
  3. Apple's A7 is actually pretty competitive to...

    Apple's A7 is actually pretty competitive to haswell in performance/watt. The A7 is a slightly cut down version of the upcoming A57 (which will probably be a bit less efficient).
    So, no, they've...
  4. Yeah, it was admittedly a rant, but saying it has...

    Yeah, it was admittedly a rant, but saying it has nothing to do with GNOME is specious. The proposal is about the fedora workstation, which is based on GNOME; the proposal is coming from a GNOME...
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    Does this mean we shouldn't expect llvmpipe to...

    Does this mean we shouldn't expect llvmpipe to reach parity with the hardware drivers for some time? Is the reason for these features not being implemented because of an issue with upstream, with the...
  6. OK, so it looks like you can't get past my rant....

    OK, so it looks like you can't get past my rant. You seem to consistently misread (or ignore) sections of response and focus on earlier statements but without making it clear it is those statements...
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    Did you read that link? They said they are...

    Did you read that link? They said they are working on optimizing opencl and c++ amp for HSA. So, if opencl isn't designed for application developers who is it designed for?
    The problems they listed...
  8. Hmm, the proposal comes to disabling...

    Hmm, the proposal comes to disabling firewalld.service. I've already said as much. Here, I'll quote:



    So, to claim I don't "understand the proposal at all" was either an attempt to discredit me...
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    I would if I had both components necessary in...

    I would if I had both components necessary in order to test (GPU and game).
    So, what are your thoughts about where the remaining delta between catalyst and radeon lie?
  10. I'm not entirely sure what "distro" means given...

    I'm not entirely sure what "distro" means given f.N. The proposal I read was for Workstation (so, gnome). Currently we ship both the firewalld service AND gui called firewalld (which looks gtk based...
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    Marc already addressed you but I'd like to add,...

    Marc already addressed you but I'd like to add, just for future research, going to the competitor's website to get info about a product may not be the best way to get unbiased info. Do you go to the...
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    Was testing done with more demanding engines?

    Was testing done with more demanding engines?
  13. I could say the same about gnome. Also, I don't...

    I could say the same about gnome.
    Also, I don't think the best feature of gs is it's looks (at a minimum it is uninspired, at worst it is inaccessible--there's a great little bug talking about this...
  14. Isn't 1080p high enough resolution where hyperz...

    Isn't 1080p high enough resolution where hyperz we would make a difference?

    Also, does anyone know what the gpumark tests triangles and pixbuf piano actually do?
    The former sounds like it is just...
  15. So, because gnome hasn't designed the interface...

    So, because gnome hasn't designed the interface for firewalld the solution is to disable it until they do create one?
    Science!
    The firewalld interface isn't bad except fur one annoying thing: the...
  16. Honestly I never expected to see mantle in...

    Honestly I never expected to see mantle in Linux... for that matter, I don't expect to see mantle anywhere in the next few years.
    Besides, AMD has given us Freesync(just submitted, and apparently...
  17. For kaveri(or kabini; which ever is called...

    For kaveri(or kabini; which ever is called Jaguar) there's a really nice arch "overview" (imho, it's far too in depth to be just an overview but I'm not sure what else to call it) at real world tech.
  18. The latest date I've heard for that chip is near...

    The latest date I've heard for that chip is near the end of the year, for consumers, though OEMS will be getting it sometime this quarter.
    That's a huge disappointment since that chip, running at...
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    I did say "sized slightly larger than ram"😀 The...

    I did say "sized slightly larger than ram"😀
    The devices i'm thinking where this makes the most sense are ultrabooks where RAM is, generally, not upgradable and battery life is so very important...
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    I'm not sure it's suspicious so much as being...

    I'm not sure it's suspicious so much as being succinct. I suspect, though don't know, that ssd machines resume much faster as their firmware is probably designed to suspend/resume the drive as fast...
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