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Thread: AMD gets beaten by NVidia, any plans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanjo View Post
    Quite a few people care about GPGPU, personally for me it's more a concern then gaming in linux.
    anmd gpgpu works just fine with STREAM.

    btw, nvidia fanboys:
    intel just sued nvidia about nehalem chipsets. This will be funny to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by energyman View Post
    anmd gpgpu works just fine with STREAM.
    You're getting boring. Circles. Again and again. Read what other write for a change.

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    and i replied to deanjo. So shut up.

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    You're trolling, not just replying.

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    says the person who started this thread with a troll post and has since then done nothing else.

    Cattle, pot, black...

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    I guess all the tearing and flickering in videos playing on ATI hardware has screwed with your mind pretty heavily.

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    except that I don't have any tearing and flickering. How comes? Oh wait! I don't use that broken POS compiz ....

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    compiz + mplayer/x11, no flickering or tearing here.
    Debian Lenny default apps.

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    I use KDE 4. And in case you all wonder, this is A CONFIRMED problem with modern hardware. "Works for me" ain't a damn cent worth for those where it DOESN'T work.

    "Works for you?" Great, I'm so happy for you. Doesn't help me though, now does it?

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    Yes, it is worth a cent. It lets people know that it can work.
    So it doesn't work with KDE 4 you say? Last time I checked, this was a Linux forum and we shouldn't suffer from lock-in.

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