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  1. That is not correct, the monitor supports 60 Hz....

    That is not correct, the monitor supports 60 Hz. But you need to connect it to DisplayPort 1.2 instead of HDMI for that.
  2. I think a (mostly functional) blob-free Computer...

    I think a (mostly functional) blob-free Computer is almost impossible to achieve using recent AMD or Intel hardware.

    Intel systems for instance require one or more signed blobs be loaded into the...
  3. You can buy the Acer CB5 Chromebook with Tegra K1...

    You can buy the Acer CB5 Chromebook with Tegra K1 and 1080p screen for $249 on Amazon:
    http://www.amazon.com/Acer-CB5-311-T9B0-Chromebook-13-3-inch-NVIDIA/dp/B00NC088EA/
    If you prefer Intel Bay...
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    But why should memtest86 lie on ASUS AM1 boards...

    But why should memtest86 lie on ASUS AM1 boards and tell the truth on ASrock AM1 boards if you install ECC memory? One user in that thread with memtest86 pro did a fault injection and it was...
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    Kabini supports ECC, and the ASUS AM1I-A/AM1M-A...

    Kabini supports ECC, and the ASUS AM1I-A/AM1M-A support it too.
    It is however not officially advertised by ASUS and the ECC setting is permanently hidden in the firmware. But users have found...
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    That's expensive, but still a steal compared to...

    That's expensive, but still a steal compared to what AMD's ARM Opteron A1100 development board costs ($2,999).

    Anybody looking for an AMD based HTPC or small server would probably choose a socket...
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    I think both Kaveri and Tonga support 4K video...

    I think both Kaveri and Tonga support 4K video acceleration in hardware. It did not work (driver problem?) when Kaveri was released but with Tonga it is confirmed to work in Windows.
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    The 6850 supports DP 1.2 so 4K@60Hz will work (if...

    The 6850 supports DP 1.2 so 4K@60Hz will work (if you have a SST 4K monitor). Just video decode will not be accelerated (playback will).
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    I think the UVD hardware in the 6850 is only...

    I think the UVD hardware in the 6850 is only rated for H.264 MVC. Also I believe that the radeon driver exposes only VDPAU up to 2048x1152, even if the hardware supports more.
  10. What I find strange is that older AMD roadmaps...

    What I find strange is that older AMD roadmaps listed Kabini as having "New HSA Features" while more recent AMD marketing material avoids mentioning Kabini and HSA together. Then again according to...
  11. From a quick glance at...

    From a quick glance at http://www.hsafoundation.com/ it seems that Intel and NVidia are not members. However other companies that have GPU IP are, among them ARM (Mali), Broadcom (VideoCore),...
  12. I think it is not a good idea to buy a 6950/6970...

    I think it is not a good idea to buy a 6950/6970 series card today unless you get a very good deal. With the proprietary driver it is about as fast as a R7 260X or 265, and it consumes more power....
  13. I think the most completely supported discrete...

    I think the most completely supported discrete cards are the R7 260/260X (along with the R9 290/290X but for those you need very recent mesa/kernel). For older GCN cards there is no VCE support, and...
  14. Yeah, but Intel painted themselves into this...

    Yeah, but Intel painted themselves into this corner by accepting this condition during IP licensing negotiations with Imagination Technologies, deliberately leaving their Linux customers out in the...
  15. That Intel uses 3rd party IP in their products...

    That Intel uses 3rd party IP in their products does not absolve them from providing proper drivers or documentation.

    The current SoCs for mobile (Merrifield/Moorefield) use PowerVR Series 6...
  16. That statement is quite ironic given that Intel...

    That statement is quite ironic given that Intel uses PowerVR graphics in some of their Atom chips, especially in the mobile ones.
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    Sorry, I also did not find the T220 but the...

    Sorry, I also did not find the T220 but the T220A/T230. Support for T230 is already in the works, patches for this device have been published for the cxusb driver.

    RTL2832P devices are usually not...
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    I don't think that is correct? You can buy...

    I don't think that is correct? You can buy Geniatech T220 DVB-T2 for 25 USD on Aliexpress.

    RTL2832P based ones are even cheaper, but don't support DVB-T2 in Linux yet.
  19. Some people have problems accepting embedded...

    Some people have problems accepting embedded distros as "Linux distributions" because that would affect their perception about the relative success of Linux distributions.

    Someone who isn't poor...
  20. Well, AMD could release the toolchain and source...

    Well, AMD could release the toolchain and source code to the firmware blobs. Also, as some coreboot users have learned, the driver needs a proprietary video BIOS to work.
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