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    Default NVClock's Thunderbird To Launch New Project

    Phoronix: NVClock's Thunderbird To Launch New Project

    Roderick Colenbrander, or better known by his Internet name of Thunderbird (not to be confused with the Mozilla mail client), will soon be announcing a new software project that is supposed to be rather interesting, according to him. Roderick is known for starting the NVClock project years prior to the existence of CoolBits support for Linux to enable NVIDIA graphics card overclocking (and other tweaking) with Linux...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzkwMQ

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    So the news is: "Maybe there will be some news in the next time.". Wow, what a news.

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    ..i have to say i miss the "it might be benchmarkable by the newsworthy Phoronix Test Suite" part

    sorry, couldn't resist

    but i am curious about what he's up to..

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    In theory it could be part of the suite...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbird View Post
    In theory it could be part of the suite...
    let the guessing begin ^^

    ..OSS physics engine?

    i'll stop now, my creativity wears thin and i don't wanna steal the show.. we all like surprises, don't we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbird View Post
    In theory it could be part of the suite...
    ooh.... sounds tasty!

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    My 2 cents: Pong, or if written in qt Ponk...

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    Hey- there's nothing wrong with an announcement about an announcement. It happens in the gaming world- a company unveils a countdown site or clock, and lots of folks blog about that. Not that different here.

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