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    Default Running Linux 3.14 + Mesa 10.2 With Intel's Bay Trail On Ubuntu

    Phoronix: Running Linux 3.14 + Mesa 10.2 With Intel's Bay Trail On Ubuntu

    After yesterday's article explaining how-to upgrade the Linux kernel and Mesa/X.Org drivers on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, I ran some benchmarks from an Intel Atom E3825 Bay Trail system to see whether the newer kernel and Mesa components made a difference for the low-end, low-power hardware compared to what's being shipped by default in Ubuntu 14.04...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTY1NzA

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    mesa 10.2 still seems to be dealing with a performance regression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edoantonioco View Post
    mesa 10.2 still seems to be dealing with a performance regression.
    +-5% could be explained as differences beetween stock and oibaf/xorg-edges ppas and maybe different compiler optimization options i think they have... so basically +-5% is nothing to worry about

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    Quote Originally Posted by dungeon View Post
    +-5% could be explained as differences beetween stock and oibaf/xorg-edges ppas and maybe different compiler optimization options i think they have... so basically +-5% is nothing to worry about
    That could be true, but in others benchmarks the difference is still there

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    Does anyone know if these motherboards are available somehow for mere mortals who just want to build HTPS/NAS solution on them?

    AAEON listed new line of Bay-trail motherboards (http://www.aaeonusa.com/download/mar...s-by-AAEON.pdf) and EMB-BTA seems to be holy grail in combining HTPC, NAS (6xSATA ports) and home router (dual NICs) in one box. Also, this new bay trails cpus have AES-NI handy if you want to encrypt it.

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