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    Hah, indeed.

    Hah, indeed.
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    So this will be at the heart of skynet? --Matt

    So this will be at the heart of skynet?

    --Matt
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    Are they really all NPAPI plugins though (...

    Are they really all NPAPI plugins though ( :shivver: )? They're really the ones that have platform limitations. I don't think it's really just Mozilla. As of the announcement that started this...
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    I've caught hints of that too. It's not just...

    I've caught hints of that too. It's not just long pages of images either, if you have a big long text document open in there (ie. really long log file from a build server or something) it slows...
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    TBQH, worded as vaguely as it is this statement...

    TBQH, worded as vaguely as it is this statement doesn't really hold much water. Slow as :banana::banana::banana::banana: at what? I'm a Nightly/Canary user on Windows, and a Nightly/Chromium Dev...
  6. Yep, and Indilinx, LAMD, Marvel, etc. The list...

    Yep, and Indilinx, LAMD, Marvel, etc. The list goes on. Even my old C300s had multiple arm cores, and they're 4 years old at this point. The Seagate drives in my HTPC have dual core CPUs too. Arm...
  7. I think most storage drives (mechanical or SSD)...

    I think most storage drives (mechanical or SSD) have multi-core arm-based controllers, in modern times at any rate.

    --Matt
  8. This technology doesn't appear, as far as I'm...

    This technology doesn't appear, as far as I'm reading here, to be specific to any host bus. Which facet of this technology are you tying to that specific implementation, and for what reason? This...
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    Maybe not in sufficient numbers to warrant...

    Maybe not in sufficient numbers to warrant (solely) the launch of a new product, but they're definitely out there. :)

    --Matt
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    Professional users packing systems with devices...

    Professional users packing systems with devices like this to maximize compute capacity should already be running sufficiently large chassis to house as many cards as a given platform can address. ...
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    ...unless they're looking to double their compute...

    ...unless they're looking to double their compute density in a given chassis.

    --Matt
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    It's not an ARM board as far as I can tell. I...

    It's not an ARM board as far as I can tell. I guess only time will tell, though.

    --Matt
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    Looks like an VIA EPIA PX-10000...

    Looks like an VIA EPIA PX-10000. Interesting project, but not sure it has anything to do with arm boards.

    --Matt
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    Woot! Can't wait!

    Woot! Can't wait!
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    I believe broadcast standards, in the US at...

    I believe broadcast standards, in the US at least, are 1080i max. I believe dish providers (and potentially others) are pushing 1080p content out to consumers though. I'd assume it's probably only...
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    Oh, lol! Maybe it was just an imperfect...

    Oh, lol! Maybe it was just an imperfect connection?
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    I've had lots of sata cable issues lately, with...

    I've had lots of sata cable issues lately, with behavior just like you describe when they're bad. Even high quality name brand cables. I'm not sure if newer hardware is pickier than older hardware,...
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    I see at least one open source Linux app that...

    I see at least one open source Linux app that supports that hardware. Using it in arm Linux is just a compile away. I even see arm packages for it on some distros.

    http://dispcalgui.hoech.net
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    I'm right there with ya on that. I think it has...

    I'm right there with ya on that. I think it has (mostly) to do with the available connectivity options on most of the available SOCs. Most of them don't have PCIE, and the ones that do usually have...
  20. That really varies a lot from (hardware) vendor...

    That really varies a lot from (hardware) vendor to vendor and application to application. Also, in the case of some vendors at least, heavily from driver version to driver version.

    Your...
  21. This tech will land in servers (on the low end at...

    This tech will land in servers (on the low end at any rate) where the stakes are much higher. While I'm sure they could have churned out an under developed conservative die months ago, I'd certainly...
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    I think it's probably this stuff, or something...

    I think it's probably this stuff, or something similar. http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g30/c633/list/p1/Liquid_Cooling-Tubing_-_Rigid_Acrylic
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    That's a hot piece of kit there! Might need to...

    That's a hot piece of kit there! Might need to pick one up. Someone should relabel this thread though, since it's pretty likely none of these parts will ever run windows 8.

    --Matt
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    They already have. It's called the NUC, and...

    They already have. It's called the NUC, and doesn't seem to be very popular.

    --Matt
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    Looking at the other graphs, it seems like the...

    Looking at the other graphs, it seems like the run duration must have been significantly longer on the AMD chips - leading to that chart looking the way that it does. It's hard to say with any...
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