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>>68174858
kek

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>>66255376
>intel individual cores will be faster
but at what price

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>>66225477
dios mio

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>>66202795
the devs are mostly like small children and also huge assholes. There are some really obnoxious spiteful bastards, some people who can't stand the abuse and want the community to do something about it, and then there is other half of devs who are either too lazy or tired to do anything, or edgelords that think internet should be free, everybody should be allowed to do what they please and others better STFU and deal.

End result, lots of poeople there ended up hating other devs, half of people are not on speaking terms with multiple other devs and there are spats and drama all the time

Seems the development slowed down a lot recently too, it might have reached critical levels tho it has been that way for a decade perhaps (there was the libav/ffmped drama too, same thing) and was aggravated for several years now.

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>>66022066
the only foss editor that barely works is kdenlive. all other ones either have 0 features or are slow as fuck (looking at you, openshot).

that being said, and as other people mentioned, lightworks and davinci resolve are good proprietary options.

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>>64756803
AMD stated that it was harder or generally hard to exploit Spectre 2 on their CPUs due to arch. differences. They stand by that but there will be mitigations even though. Those differences probably mean it will be more resistant to future exploits differing from the original one and beating the sw mitigations, but chasing after the same vulnerability, though, so a good thing. Hackers will keep targetting only Intels.

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>>64135493
spectre is unpatched, kpti (or whatever is the windows equivalent) protects only against meltdown

>>64135594
neat

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>>62847366
some c++ template monsters can take around 400-700 mb per process (if you use -pipe). if you use all your threads to compile it can easily chew through 4 and even 8 gb of ram.

try compiling chromium or webkit-gtk, just for fun.

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>>62654054
>I expect a starting salary of 90 thousand dollars. Can you provide that?

>Do you think Rajesh in the room behind you is going to be so demanding, Dale? You're putting your employment in jeopardy with this entitlement complex.

justseattlethings

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>>62622820
>500W @ 1.175V

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>On the power supply side you need a unit that has dual 8-pin CPU connectors. According to our motherboard partners these new processors can draw well over 400W from the 12V rail when overclocked over 4GHz on all cores. In some cases more power hungry examples can gobble up to 500W of power.
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/76102-intel-i9-7980xe-i9-7960x-performance-review-14.html
>There was one number in the review materials we received that will likely be checked with our other Purch colleagues: one motherboard vendor quoted the power consumption of the Core i9-7980XE, when overclocked to 4.4 GHz, will reach over 500W. I think someone wants IBM’s record.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/11839/intel-core-i9-7980xe-and-core-i9-7960x-review/14

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>>61425553

>400 W
>temps still better than "140W" Skylake-X



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