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More ATI Radeon KMS Power Management Fun

Power management support within the Linux kernel for the ATI Radeon DRM driver has been in development for months and gone through several revisions, but with the forthcoming Linux 2.6.34 kernel there is initial ATI KMS power management support. For making the power management situation even better...
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Proof Of Concept: Open-Source Multi-GPU Rendering!

Now that David Airlie's vga_switcheroo has went upstream in the Linux 2.6.34 kernel that provides hybrid graphics support and delayed GPU switching, David went on to look for something new to work on in his downtime when not busy with tasks at Red Hat. This new work is on GPU offloading / multi-GPU...
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Intel Debuts Six-Core Gaming Chip

Chipmaker introduces its first desktop chip packing that many processing cores for gaming boxes.
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Acer's PC Market Numbers Add Up

Across all of 2009, Dell managed to stay ahead of Acer by a hair's-breadth, but the year-end trend wasn't going Dell's way.
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Cisco Unveils Blazing Fast CRS-3 Router

Networking kingpin Cisco has taken the wraps off of the highly anticipated upgrade to its CRS-1 core router, debuting the CRS-3, which promises capacity of 322 terabits per second.
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DIN-Rail PC Runs Linux on 150MHz SoC

Advantech has announced a box PC intended for DIN-rail mounting that uses the company's x86-compatible EVA-X4150 SoC (system-on-chip). The Linux-ready UNO-1140 has CompactFlash storage, two USB 2.0 ports, two 10/100 Ethernet ports, a VGA output, and either four or eight serial ports, the company sa...
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