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    Default Upcoming Linux Benchmarks For July 2012

    Phoronix: Upcoming Linux Benchmarks For July 2012

    Here's some of the Linux benchmarks being planned for next month, plus it's time to seek any new Linux / open-source test requests and other feedback...

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

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    TL;DR

    Non-news.

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    Would be nice if you could get your hands in one of those and benchmark it.

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    It would be nice to see more Wine applications benchmarked.

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    Could we have some benchmarks and system compatability for coreboot based motherboards? This is something I will be moving over to in the future.

    I will be looking at the most recent motherboard and most highest specs which I can run coreboot on, and how that compares to either UEFI or BIOS.

    Would also be nice to see how you get on with flashing the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatEmerald View Post
    It would be nice to see more Wine applications benchmarked.
    +1

    who cares about those native open source games benchmarks.. they run mostly over 30 fps with every driver and decent pc configuration.
    need some more wine tests and possibly new unigine benchmark if it comes out.

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    Cool Requesting Benchmarks

    Hi,

    I sent and email, never got any response, now i can't find the sent item, forum it is

    If you could do some decode playback tests, codec vs codec.
    Ogg Theora vs FLV vs WebM vs WMV vs XviD and Divx. VP8 is webM now right?

    Basically, CPU usuage, GPU usage, memory usage, power draw, all the usual with tomato ketchup and mayonaise please

    All done in Linux by preference, with VLC player. Add other OS / systems for reference as yo please.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    TL;DR Non-news.
    And yet you took the time to click on it and then made an oh-so-insightful comment in the discussion thread. Interesting...
    BTW, the article was hardly long at all. Maybe you should double up on your Ritalin tomorrow.

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    Hopefully unigine's new benchmark is released soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanL View Post
    And yet you took the time to click on it and then made an oh-so-insightful comment in the discussion thread. Interesting...
    BTW, the article was hardly long at all. Maybe you should double up on your Ritalin tomorrow.
    I guess blocking him won't help if people keep quoting what he writes

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