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    For many tasks in the testing process, the...

    For many tasks in the testing process, the pentium manages to beat the Core i3. Not bad for a CPU 40 cheaper (yes, I'm french). It's just a pity the graphics part is so limited.

    Still a good...
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    Darksiders was hell of a game, I spent hours and...

    Darksiders was hell of a game, I spent hours and hours on it (almost done with buying the power to the merchant "guy", got the ultimate armor). I was a bit disappointed when seeing that the Windows...
  3. I may be totally wrong, but I assume that...

    I may be totally wrong, but I assume that documentation for writing filesystem drivers for windows is inexistent, leaving people in the dark and guess how it works. And Microsoft ins not interested...
  4. So why doing it on his hardware then ? Not all...

    So why doing it on his hardware then ? Not all people run Linux software on less-than-a-year hardware. The ultrabook may be very cool, but I'm not a rich guy that can afford change my hardware each...
  5. When I ask Michael on Twitter about testing older...

    When I ask Michael on Twitter about testing older hardware when comparing kernel releases (regarding power consuption), he responds that it's not interesting. I have a six years old laptop, I'm not...
  6. You should just consider the thing as just a "in...

    You should just consider the thing as just a "in which state are the open-source drivers". That is to say, finality of the article. Automated testing is not designed to make bugs easier to report,...
  7. a bit off-topic, but does anyone know how to keep...

    a bit off-topic, but does anyone know how to keep the parameters modified by powertop between reboots ? I don't reboot that frequently (I'm on Manjaro), but I would have to get powertop automatically...
  8. Micheal, is it possible to run the same test on...

    Micheal, is it possible to run the same test on an older setup, to see if power improvements of the next kernel is also for older hardware ? I have a Pentium T3200 based laptop, and I want to see if...
  9. The Linux Fundation won't give money to a project...

    The Linux Fundation won't give money to a project that only run on OpenBSD. Until they officialy get the penguin support back, they might consider if they compare to how the openssl is doing compared...
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    Nvidia does not release specs or driver code to...

    Nvidia does not release specs or driver code to launch opensource developers on the good road. So you're left in the blank, trying to reverse-engineer a big blob, with having to buy your own hardware...
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    I see the "link-time-optimization" stuff, but...

    I see the "link-time-optimization" stuff, but what about performance optimization if all the drivers get glued together ? It's already difficult to have a decent perf on even old cards, because...
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    But I thought there was a frequency/voltage table...

    But I thought there was a frequency/voltage table in the video bios. Is it not possible for the driver to read this table ? It should prevent hardware breakage, but i'm not a hardware expert, I may...
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    Do we know if they have even a clue about how to...

    Do we know if they have even a clue about how to implement reclocking for fermi+ ? Because it's really frustrating to see so much little improvement in this crucial area.
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    The problem is not bugs in themselves, but...

    The problem is not bugs in themselves, but sparc-skilled manpower to deal with them. And it seems Debian is lacking manpower to get up-to-date with the sparc world. The question is then : as you...
  15. It's not only intended as servers. Rock-solid...

    It's not only intended as servers. Rock-solid stability is also a concern for workstations in enterprise world, as for the software they use. The cost of misfuntionning is dramatic. So it has to be...
  16. Wait for the price. Then you will be able to call...

    Wait for the price. Then you will be able to call it shitty if it's more expensive than dual-core ARM boards.
  17. I bet you can always get those things back if you...

    I bet you can always get those things back if you want/need fany in your environments. Don't forget the first target : professionnal world, even in the "traditional" industry sector. You need to...
  18. If even a PCIe x1 slot is provided, I already see...

    If even a PCIe x1 slot is provided, I already see the Gb card Michael showed a few days ago as a good addon. Also, I'm not a lucky internet user, I only have a shitty internet connection, ADSL that...
  19. I'm looking for a small but yet powerful hardware...

    I'm looking for a small but yet powerful hardware to build a homemade router, running pfSense, and this one should be very interesting if not overly priced. Yet the hardware support will be in...
  20. Like Debian, being conservative on software...

    Like Debian, being conservative on software versions, even the parts they ar the most aware of, is an indicator of the stability they are targetting. It also ensures a better upgrade process for...
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