Games will almost certainly make use of uniform memory for loading textures faster. That feature will make it much easier to implement "mega-textures".
Kavari looks good for a budget gaming PC, but I think they are being a bit optimistic about the "dual graphics" feature. This is where you pair the iGPU with a dGPU, to get better performance. AMD has never been able to get this feature to work properly. All it does is create "runt" frames, which makes the FPS look higher, but without giving any visual improvement.
The eDRAM in the Iris pro is quite expensive to manufacture and hence, Intel charges a premium for it. The Core i7-4770R for instance, is listed at $392.00.
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No, the repairs will take a considerable amount of time. If you knew anything about radiation effects on humans you would know of the Linear no-threshold model - it predicts that exposing a huge portion of world population to small amounts of radiation is guarateed to have some health effects. It's estimated 300 tons of toxic water enter the ocean each day from Fukusima. Only an idiot would say that you can dump that into the environment without any consequences.
You're wrong. Fukushima is still leaking fissile material into the sea: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/25/world/asia/with-a-plants-tainted-water-still-flowing-no-end-to-environmental-fears.html?_r=0
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mantle won't appear in battlfield 4 until next, but it'll be very interesting to see how it benefits performance
I have a project on Sourceforge and it just uses it's own installer (Nullsoft). So, I would assume that you have a choice to use the adware installer, or not if you don't want to.
That's a pretty big disappointment. We were led to believe that it would flex 180Â like in this picture: http://tech.infaround.com/2013/04/25/lg-to-unveil-new-smartphone-with-flexible-oled-display-later-this-year/
If you install a dozen of these drives in your system, will it start floating?
Apparently, the origonal version they programmed the Marvell Wifi chip wrong, so it didn't go into power save mode and now they fixed it
The GUI is obviously seperate to the actual drivers, so it could easily be ported - at least they would have that option open to them. And they could have developed just as fast using using c++ and QT. Considering they are writing drivers, I can't imagine them not having skilled c++ developers available.
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It's slow... so slow to open what is basically a dialog box.
Also, it's not cross platform - so they can't use it for Mac and Linux.