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  • droidhacker
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    Originally posted by maldorordiscord View Post
    This is just wrong because the windows users do not have any freedom of choice they just can not stop spending there money into the cross-subsidization circle. But the Linux users do have the freedom of choice they can stop spending there money into the cross-subsidization if they choose windows (x86) incompatible hardware like ARM or Loongson then they support "mesa" with 20 times more money than they do it with AMD,Nvidia,Intel hardware. (and if you calculate the split between linux catalyst and radeon then its 50 times more money.)

    " this actualy results in more money for mesa then if each sale would go 100% to the main driver used with that card."

    What a wrong bullshit no this is not the case! Because the linux piece of the cake is cut into 2 parts closed source catalyst support part and open-source radeon support part. This result in 2% for the radeon driver and 3% for the Linux-catalyst based on the market-share.
    What is the result of your posts you are 100% Wong your support "mesa" with Loongson hardware up to 100% thats 50 times more than your "claim" you can read this 2% number 1000 times from Bridgman in this forum in other words you cross-subsidization windows with 98% of your support money.

    Only stupid and naive people support "open-source/free-software" by purchasing windows hardware from windows company's: AMD,Nvidia,Intel.
    Damn we really need medicine against stupidity and naivety.
    Hi Q, how you doing?
    I'd like to point out that MSwondoze 8 is supposed to run on ARM hardware, so ARM is no guarantee of incompatibility with balmer.

    Further, I have yet to see ONE open source GPU driver for any of those "wondoze-incompatible" hardware that actually works good enough to use.

    Finally, ARM and similar platforms have a tendency to be vendor-locked. You want bullshit... paying hard earned money for hardware that is DESIGNED to be unusable.

    My money is 100% into hardware that will run what I need it to run, and to companies that don't screw me over. That means that INTEL is completely off my list (with the poulsbo fiasco, it will take them a LOT to earn back my trust), and nvidia is definitely off the list (blob driver is totally inadequate).

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  • maldorordiscord
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    Originally posted by Ansla View Post
    And the hordes of Windows users can subsidise the mesa driver with 5% of their purchases, this actualy results in more money for mesa then if each sale would go 100% to the main driver used with that card. So stop trolling Q.
    This is just wrong because the windows users do not have any freedom of choice they just can not stop spending there money into the cross-subsidization circle. But the Linux users do have the freedom of choice they can stop spending there money into the cross-subsidization if they choose windows (x86) incompatible hardware like ARM or Loongson then they support "mesa" with 20 times more money than they do it with AMD,Nvidia,Intel hardware. (and if you calculate the split between linux catalyst and radeon then its 50 times more money.)

    " this actualy results in more money for mesa then if each sale would go 100% to the main driver used with that card."

    What a wrong bullshit no this is not the case! Because the linux piece of the cake is cut into 2 parts closed source catalyst support part and open-source radeon support part. This result in 2% for the radeon driver and 3% for the Linux-catalyst based on the market-share.
    What is the result of your posts you are 100% Wong your support "mesa" with Loongson hardware up to 100% thats 50 times more than your "claim" you can read this 2% number 1000 times from Bridgman in this forum in other words you cross-subsidization windows with 98% of your support money.

    Only stupid and naive people support "open-source/free-software" by purchasing windows hardware from windows company's: AMD,Nvidia,Intel.
    Damn we really need medicine against stupidity and naivety.

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  • Ansla
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    Originally posted by maldorordiscord View Post
    Finally! We can now subsidize the windows catalyst driver with 95% of our support money by purchase hd7000 hardware for the open-source driver Radeon.
    And the hordes of Windows users can subsidise the mesa driver with 5% of their purchases, this actualy results in more money for mesa then if each sale would go 100% to the main driver used with that card. So stop trolling Q.

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  • Kano
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    If you dont manage to setup a nv card correctly you must be doing everything wrong. btw. nvidia drivers work fine with kernel 3.5 as well

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  • stiiixy
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    Let him hate. He cant hurt anyone =D

    The reality is, I need 3D GFX on my main machine, so I have a choice of AMD, nVidia and Intel. Who do I choose? How do I choose? Intel's very tempting at the moment, because of the future support, but I like my AMD gears and this is the light at the end of the tunnel for AMD's future (they said this is a lot of new tech and once it's done, it's done!). Personally I'll put my money there for the forseeable future, rid my self of this Ti550 which was gifted to me and has been nothing but a painful experience performance wise, and since the 3.2 kernel, has been broken for me.

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  • Drago
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    Originally posted by maldorordiscord View Post
    Sauerkraut is much better than a "Mann" who do have nothing to say about the tropic than: "Dude don't be such a Sauer Kraut!"
    Anyway "fake account" try to read my post again and respond again with any little clue about my point.
    But sure "Sauerkraut" FUD is so much easier than write real arguments against my thesis.
    Q, is that you?

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  • maldorordiscord
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    Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
    Dude don't be such a Sauer Kraut!
    Sauerkraut is much better than a "Mann" who do have nothing to say about the tropic than: "Dude don't be such a Sauer Kraut!"
    Anyway "fake account" try to read my post again and respond again with any little clue about my point.
    But sure "Sauerkraut" FUD is so much easier than write real arguments against my thesis.

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  • AnonymousCoward
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    Originally posted by maldorordiscord View Post
    Finally! We can now subsidize the windows catalyst driver with 95% of our support money by purchase hd7000 hardware for the open-source driver Radeon.
    What a bad joke purchase fascist-corporatism hardware from AMD,Intel,Nvidia is the best way inflict maximum harm to oneself.
    The radeon driver is sadly only a alibi driver in the fascist-corporatism game against the humanity.

    But sure the consumer zombies will spend money on their own butcher even if they know the truth.

    Criticism is not welcome because its bad for business and money makes the world turn around.

    And now back to the commercial public relationship brainwashing bullshit.
    Dude don't be such a Sauer Kraut!

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  • maldorordiscord
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    Finally! We can now subsidize the windows catalyst driver with 95% of our support money by purchase hd7000 hardware for the open-source driver Radeon.
    What a bad joke purchase fascist-corporatism hardware from AMD,Intel,Nvidia is the best way inflict maximum harm to oneself.
    The radeon driver is sadly only a alibi driver in the fascist-corporatism game against the humanity.

    But sure the consumer zombies will spend money on their own butcher even if they know the truth.

    Criticism is not welcome because its bad for business and money makes the world turn around.

    And now back to the commercial public relationship brainwashing bullshit.

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  • grakidov
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    Great news! I'm considering high end GCN-based card. Thank you, all open source driver developers!

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