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IBM, SK Hynix Team Up for PCRAM Work

The companies will develop phase-change random access memory, an advance for memory chips that will allow storage of high data volumes, according to the Korea Times. [Read more]...

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Intel DRM Begins Queuing For Linux 3.6 Kernel

While the Linux 3.5 kernel is still weeks away from being released (we're not even at 3.5-rc3 yet!), the Intel DRM graphics driver changes have already begun to queue up for the Linux 3.6 kernel...

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Clang Compiling Against GCC On Ubuntu ARM Linux

Here's an update on the LLVM/Clang vs. GCC compiler benchmarking on ARM hardware under Linux...

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AMD R600g LLVM Back-End Is Working A Bit Better

The R600g LLVM shader compiler back-end that's primarily intended for the Radeon Gallium3D compute support is now working a bit better for graphics support compared to when it was first committed...

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Preview: A Cheap 12-Core, 30-Watt Ubuntu Cluster

It's quite easy these days to build a many-core compute cluster that is low-powered, running Linux, and performant-friendly. Here's a small cluster build that's begun at Phoronix and has twelve 1.2GHz cores while the total system power consumption under load is just about 30 Watts...

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Linux 3.5 Can Massively Boost AMD Radeon Graphics

The Linux 3.5 kernel is capable of delivering some massive performance gains for some of the more recent generations of ATI/AMD Radeon graphics processors. Here's some benchmarks showing the hefty performance gains found when using the latest kernel that is still being developed.

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