Quote Originally Posted by nadro View Post
Thats good that it's impossible to You not a learn, because in a GFX (mainly with AMD software/hardware) subject You really need a many more knowledge Brook+ maybe was a joke only for beginner programmers, this library wasn't bad, but what would You know about it, if You say these bulshits... Of course, HD4k have some restrictions in local memory (it isn't a generic read/write model, but just a owner's write model), but it doesn't change anything for Your stupid commend. As I said problems with OpenCL on HD4k wasn't AMD fault, because OpenCL specification didn't exist when RV770 was created...


You are right in 50% If You don't know a 3D performance on AMD cards are the same for both Linux and Windows, so for games these cards are really good. Both AMD and NV are good choice for a linux gamers. I use AMD cards on Linux and what? I didn't back to Windows. Suprise?

I see that talking with You is just a waste of my time, because Your arguments are just ridiculous...

Your first paragraph its a joke. AMD tried to solve the OpenCL parallelism problem "myth" without shared cache, nothing to do with specifications. As for the second, try to play a last generation game with an AMD card like Tera_Online, or CSS_orange_box, doesn't play, even the OpenGL renderer of Portal2 In many areas gives 5fps for an HD4670. And on top of that many games will never play with HD4000 and lower, because AMD has drop support and farther evolution with Catalyst. The only possibility for those cards it's the Open_Source, and Intels work that drives everything fast.