FTA:RV730 is the codename for 4650, and so on.Quote:
The same Intel Core i7 3960X "Extreme Edition" system was used throughout the benchmarking process
My BSD crap? Who ever said I used, installed, liked, or defended BSD? I am free to discuss whatever I like, here, including my like or dislike of BSD, as long as it pertains to the topic of the thread. I'm not free to troll, call others names, and tell them to "piss off" for no reason.Quote:
Originally Posted by asdx
Why don't you take some of your own kind's advice:
only instead of forums.freebsd.org, you can go to linuxforums.org...oh, wait, they have a BSD subforum too. Never mind. Though, I have to admit, at least you don't make every post about killing BSD users and gay sex like Kill BSD. I'm worried for his orientation at this rate.Quote:
Originally Posted by Kill BSD
RV730 is the codename for 4650, and so on.
So how come the memory is different? Reporting 256 against 512?
And different audio cards? Are you really telling me that ATI RV730 HDA, Intecl C600/X79, and Realtek ALC892 are one and the same audio card?
That sounds very dubious to me.
Well, thanks for your support then, "kill BSD". :)
Have fun with PC-BSD, jmcharron. :)
Just installed PC-BSD 9.1.
Had a great experience; everything went flawlessly, thanks to the KMS support for Intel's driver. The installation process is even better than some Linux distro's (Fedora). I tried Fedora last week, and it would only boot X with the VESA driver... I tried Intel and Radeon from X.org, and Catalyst, but didn't work (with Catalyst getting a segmentation fault).
It's quite unbelievable what these guys from PC-BSD are accomplishing, they trully seem to know what efficiency meens.
Give PC-BSD a try.