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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by t.s. View Post
    Well, you are rarity.
    is this good or bad?

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  • t.s.
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    and my 500mhz p3 is much older than that.

    in fact a 10year and longer support range is the money worth!
    Well, you are rarity.

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
    I'm still using my 11 years old Pentium IV 2.0GHz with 512MB Rambus memory and it's still pretty fast considering the age.
    It already died one time ---> new mobo for 10$
    and my 500mhz p3 is much older than that.

    in fact a 10year and longer support range is the money worth!

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  • darkbasic
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    I'm still using my 11 years old Pentium IV 2.0GHz with 512MB Rambus memory and it's still pretty fast considering the age.
    It already died one time ---> new mobo for 10$

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by t.s. View Post
    *I mean, almost no one use their computer for, say, 10 years.
    i do? my oldes one right now in use : amd geode 300mhz(ipcop router) and pentium 3 -500mhz(music station for the PA)

    i sell the 500mhz notebook on ebay right now and they buy it i do have several watchers.

    http://www.ebay.de/itm/200702802161?...84.m1555.l2649

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  • t.s.
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    correction..

    *I mean, almost no one use their computer for, say, 10 years.

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  • t.s.
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    I like this part *Happy* YES!

    for general you can translate "Open-Source" with: "*extremely* long product lifetime"
    But unfortunately, there's next to none who use computers for *extremely* long time..

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by bridgman View Post
    The only surprise was that the open source drivers turned out to be more attractive to embedded customers than we first expected, partly for ease of porting to other OSes/CPUs and partly because of the ability to support *extremely* long product lifetimes.
    I like this part *Happy* YES!

    for general you can translate "Open-Source" with: "*extremely* long product lifetime"

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  • BlackStar
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    Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
    - it synced properly. if you give me special details, i can test on weekend where it does not sync. Had Linux mint 12 installed (I think it was gnome shell 3, unsure) and urt/openarena testings
    Thanks, but the bug is already reported and confirmed in the Intel Q&A thread. It's in the bugtracker since the initial driver release in 2011 and it's still here a year later.

    It typically manifests as constant tearing in the top ~100 pixels of the desktop and affects all compositors (tested with Mutter, Kwin and Compiz 0.8 and 0.9). The only workaround is to force full screen redraws (there's an option in Compiz 0.9 and an environment variable in Mutter), suffering the corresponding increase in CPU/GPU load.

    - fpsed 60 on 1600/900 maxed details on urt, at all time, on all maps. 9800 gt was equally fast. If you ask, id say hd3000 is very powerful igp.
    URT = Unreal Tournament or Urban Terror?

    - I wouldnt take powervr/g500 chips as intel chips, very probably they outsourced and powervr refuses to release specs.
    It doesn't matter where the GPU comes from - Intel uses the chip in its CPU, so it's their responsibility to support it. They failed utterly with Poulsbo and they have also failed with the new Cedar Trail.

    The sad fact is that people will buy the new Atoms and will flood the forums with posts "Linux doesn't work, it sucks", just like they did with Poulsbo.

    about no 64bit driver for Atom - Atom is 32bit cpu..
    No, you didn't understand. I am talking about the new 64-bit Cedar Trail Atoms that will not have 64-bit drivers. The web is buzzing with the news, e.g. vr-zone: "Intel has decided not to develop any 64-bit drivers, nor will there be any DirectX 10.1 drivers".

    Besides, you are mistaken. Atoms have supported amd64 since 2008 (the "Diamondville" variant).

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  • Qaridarium
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    Do you remember the GREEN monster is Nvidia trying to Monopole the Graphic card market.

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