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  1. AMD didn't invent it. It was a group of companies...

    AMD didn't invent it. It was a group of companies who worked on a proposal submitted by apple



    Also, intel has a far larger team of developers for their driver than does amd for radeon.
  2. Are you married to Ubuntu? If not, you can try...

    Are you married to Ubuntu? If not, you can try suse or fedora. You'd be swimming against the tide far less at either place.
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    How do you know if msaa made any difference...

    How do you know if msaa made any difference (other than fps hit)?
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    I'm aware of revisions (thanks anandtech!) but I...

    I'm aware of revisions (thanks anandtech!) but I haven't been able to verify that the problem was on arm's end (I'd rather not provide arm with my info).
    While not impossible it would surprise me...
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    That link explicitly says that cci400 sports gts....

    That link explicitly says that cci400 sports gts. The problem was implementation on Samsung's part. They license the IP and BUILD it.
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    Checkout the very recent meizu phone review on...

    Checkout the very recent meizu phone review on anandtech. That has points where it reaches over 11W. Certainly not the norm (I'd say that if you can keep it to between 2-3W when being stressed, and a...
  7. The fps stndev for gallium9 was pretty tight...

    The fps stndev for gallium9 was pretty tight relative to catalyst (which seems to be rather typical judging from previous benchmarks). I REALLY wonder if the radeon codebase is simply "better" than...
  8. Wow, I'd forgotten about Ubuntu, let alone their...

    Wow, I'd forgotten about Ubuntu, let alone their phone. Have they been in the news as much lately?
    Besides have you folks seen the new ffos design (2.0)?
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    Let's not forget the fuckups that was their first...

    Let's not forget the fuckups that was their first few big.LITTLE designs (CCI issues made it impossible to use gts).
  10. What do you mean by initialized? At a min you...

    What do you mean by initialized? At a min you should have vesa compliance with any oss driver, which every monitor, tmk, understands. Not fast but it should turn on and the display controller should...
  11. How are the oss drivers?

    How are the oss drivers?
  12. Always interested in 4k numbers. Do you have on...

    Always interested in 4k numbers. Do you have on the agenda a 4k vid test?
  13. Btrfs isn't a swiss army knife, though I can...

    Btrfs isn't a swiss army knife, though I can understand how one could see it that way. It actually is the exact opposite of a swiss army knife in that it either currently allows, or plans to enable,...
  14. Don't get your hopes up as there's many ways this...

    Don't get your hopes up as there's many ways this could turn out but:

    https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel/2014-August/201954.html

    Read the whole thread for context, but, in brief,...
  15. This is the exact opposite of new code. The...

    This is the exact opposite of new code. The blivet library is new, but the underlaying code goes back more than a decade. This was part of the anaconda rewrite/modularization effort that's been going...
  16. It's not just that it offers tons of features but...

    It's not just that it offers tons of features but that it enables usage that wasn't feasible before. If you install opensuse it should just work and not require tweaking.
    I don't understand the red...
  17. My understanding is that inotify can watch dirs...

    My understanding is that inotify can watch dirs recursively but that requires both manual intervention (you can't just set a watch on a Dir and have it automatically monitor all nested dirs) and a...
  18. IMHO, btrfs offers enough features that it is...

    IMHO, btrfs offers enough features that it is with moving towards with the understanding that some features are better supported than others. It now seems solid enough that I'd recommend its usage...
  19. If that were true then random read=sequential...

    If that were true then random read=sequential read.
    Until access times are in the ns range, it will matter.
  20. It shouldn't be disappointing. BTRFS has mnay...

    It shouldn't be disappointing. BTRFS has mnay mount options that can radically change behavior (iirc, it should detect ssds and put itself into the appropriate mode, but that isn't necessarily it's...
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