On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 11:29 AM, Craig White <[email protected]> wrote:
On Thu, 2009-03-12 at 11:26 +0800, Meng Qiu wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Petrus de Calguarium
> <[email protected]> wrote:
> David Hláčik wrote:
> > Will this sacrifice me ;)?
> > David
> I cannot comment on the suitability of your graphic card or
> your intended
> use of the system, nor do I know exactly how your T5550
> @1,83Ghz, 4GB
> DDR2 compares to my Core 2 Duo E6320 @1,86Ghz, 4GB DDR2, but I
> switched in the last 2 days and I notice improvements (not
> mind-blowing) in
> general day-to-day use (installing, video conversion, web use,
> etc.). I have
> not had to resort to any heroic measures, not with multimedia,
> nor flash,
> etc. It was all standard fare, same as setting up 32-bit.
> I don't think this will "sacrifice you" ;)
> so many applications don't support 64bit Linux platform, especially
> the multimedia apps.
> If you just use it for work, it will work.
> If you hope use it for entertainment, you have a lot of hard work to
> Anyway, it's a chance to learn many things!
> Just DIY!!!
actually - all of the multimedia apps that I ever use have 64 bit
versions. That hardly seems to be an issue.
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Yes, the situation is better now.
But I DO think ATI cards' drivers support 3D apps badly.
The "gears" for my GeForce4 MX440 on F10 is about 1700 FPS.
But the number for my HD1950pro on F11(pre) is never up to 100 FPS!
And the newest ATI drivers from ati.amd.com is always hard to install or not work.
The driver from yum is no more better than "vesa" version.
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