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    Default Verbose GPU, CPU Information Under Linux

    Phoronix: Verbose GPU, CPU Information Under Linux

    There's more improvements building for Suldal that yield greater CPU and GPU verbosity when detecting graphics and processor comparisons under Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA5MDM

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    Any way I can filter the RSS feed to posts which aren't about PTS/openbenchmarking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg16 View Post
    Any way I can filter the RSS feed to posts which aren't about PTS/openbenchmarking?
    All you have to do is click it, open the link, if you don't like that article, then close the window. Just takes a couple of seconds...

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    Michael, please! consider using PNG for such pictures.

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    Good work. Ubuntu should use your code instead of their Mono-based sysinfo program, which can't detect the GPU and has n00bs saying, "I don't have any video drivers!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdie View Post
    Michael, please! consider using PNG for such pictures.
    The actual tables are rendered in SVG/PNG.

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    Default Pictures too small

    I can't make out the pictures in the article, are there high res pictures anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gQuigs View Post
    I can't make out the pictures in the article, are there high res pictures anywhere?
    Click the picture.

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    Default still no PNG

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    The actual tables are rendered in SVG/PNG.
    What tables ?
    The shown images (when following the link) of the tables are JPEG.
    "JPEG Image" "166.88 KB (170,886 bytes)"
    and
    "JPEG Image" "282.13 KB (288,902 bytes)"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azmo View Post
    What tables ?
    The shown images (when following the link) of the tables are JPEG.
    "JPEG Image" "166.88 KB (170,886 bytes)"
    and
    "JPEG Image" "282.13 KB (288,902 bytes)"
    When viewed on OpenBenchmarking.org (or embedded from there) or the PTS Results Viewer itself, those were just some development screenshots I posted from my desktop.

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