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    No it doesn't. Here's the closest thing I could...

    No it doesn't. Here's the closest thing I could find:

    dictionary.com:


    Merriam Webster:



    Oxford:
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    What? Since when was it only racism when someone...

    What? Since when was it only racism when someone feels their own race is superior?

    If a black person thinks that blacks are inferior to whites, that is racism.
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    Enter the Dojo: Season 3

    Anybody here watch Enter the Dojo? It's a very well-done comedy web series. If you practise martial arts you can totally relate to it. They've done 2 seasons so far.

    They're accepting donations...
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    The difference is noticible in things that are...

    The difference is noticible in things that are CPU-intensive.



    What are the true advantages?
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    Not true. x86-64 adds more registers and new...

    Not true. x86-64 adds more registers and new instructions. Simply compiling in 64-bit mode gives you these features.
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    Theres no 2GB memory limit in 64-bit windows,...

    Theres no 2GB memory limit in 64-bit windows, which is the major benefit. And most code compiled for x86-64 peforms better than the same code compiled for x86 since it takes advantage of newer CPU...
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    It's one way to balance the loads on their...

    It's one way to balance the loads on their networks. If users connect to servers in their own region, the latency will be better than connecting to a server that is farther away.
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    People try to make the same argument for the PS2...

    People try to make the same argument for the PS2 Linux kit.. I don't buy it. It assumes Sony added the other OS functionality without first checking if they would get a tax break or not, which they...
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    meh. Linux on PS4 wouldn't be that interesting...

    meh. Linux on PS4 wouldn't be that interesting IMO. If you were into coding then Linux on PS2 and PS3 was awesome because you got to play with the Emotion Engine and Cell Processor. PS4 is just an...
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    Replace that 6 core i7 with an 8 core Xeon.

    Replace that 6 core i7 with an 8 core Xeon.
  11. Poll: As small as possible.

    As small as possible.
  12. I'm not sure what you're argument is. You lashed...

    I'm not sure what you're argument is. You lashed out at him for saying that XP ran with 64MB of memory and the PS4 OS will be more streamlined, and now you say the same thing?



    From what I've...
  13. How is that math done? I'm getting a different...

    How is that math done? I'm getting a different product.

    I get 1080x1920 x 8 bytes (HDR) x 4 bytes(Z-buffer) x 2(overdraw) x 4(4XAA) x 60(FPS) = 31,850,496,000 bytes /sec = 31.8GB/sec

    Why are...
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    Don't they use larger values internally as to not...

    Don't they use larger values internally as to not lose precision?
  15. Yes. Double-precision floating point values are...

    Yes. Double-precision floating point values are 64 bits in size (the 'double' type in C), where single-precision is 32 bits (the 'float' type in C). DP does provide much more precision, but that...
  16. The 5.6 figure is for single-precision only. The...

    The 5.6 figure is for single-precision only. The 690 actually has less double-precision floating point units than Titan. Titan has 64 DP FPU's per SMX, where the 690 GTX only has 8.

    So if we do...
  17. If you combine the single-precision floating...

    If you combine the single-precision floating point performance (4.5TFLOPS) and the double-precision performance (~1.5TFLOPS) then you get around 6TFLOPS. Kepler can perform single and double...
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    Based on what?

    Based on what?
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    Where are you getting this 50%/90% figure from? ...

    Where are you getting this 50%/90% figure from?

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    Also, I think the 3x figure comes from the fact that Titan has 14 SMX units. Each SMX unit contains 192 single-precision floating-point...
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    Windows 7, Ubuntu, and Gentoo.

    Windows 7, Ubuntu, and Gentoo.
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    If we take inflation into account then $70 isn't...

    If we take inflation into account then $70 isn't that unreasonable. If you were paying $60 US in 2005 then thats equivilent to $70 today.
  22. PS2 had very high bandwidth on the GPU with the...

    PS2 had very high bandwidth on the GPU with the EDRAM. 2560-bit bus at 150MHz, so about 40GB/sec (1024-bit read, 1024-bit write, 512-bit read/write).

    The system memory was RDRAM with a max...
  23. DDR3-2133 with 256-bit bus would give 68.2GB/sec..

    DDR3-2133 with 256-bit bus would give 68.2GB/sec..
  24. Is that diagram accurate? It has a northbridge?...

    Is that diagram accurate? It has a northbridge? No memory controller in the CPU?
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    Sticky: Negative. Windows 7 Ultimiate supports up to...

    Negative. Windows 7 Ultimiate supports up to 192GB, and windows 8 supports up to 512GB. Windows server supports up to 4TB depending on version.

    While virtual addresses are 64-bit, AMD/Intel 64-bit...
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