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  • orawas
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    Looking forward to the review and benchmarks! Might I also suggest doing power draw tests with different kernels as well as battery life tests, given that this is meant to be an "ultrabook".

    Thanks!

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  • Cyborg16
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    Michael, could you include a comparator in the graphs, such as HD4400, please?

    Originally posted by vick View Post
    Can the eDRAM be used as an L4 cache for the CPU or is exclusively used for the GPU?
    As far as I've heard, it's a general-purpose cache. Would be interesting to hear more about how it affects performance (e.g. by comparing to a similar CPU without eDRAM).

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  • vick
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    Can the eDRAM be used as an L4 cache for the CPU or is exclusively used for the GPU?

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  • remm
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    It looks like one of the fastest Linux CPUs with open drivers. Will see if the "R" desktop CPUs are ever available somewhere, but no rush though, it still apparently needs 3+ months to be reasonably optimized.

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  • varikonniemi
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    HD5200 seems very compelling. If they fixed their ogl stack i would give them my two thumbs up, now they only get one.

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