1. Pieter3dnow

    AdoredTV reflection (AMD benchmarks) on Zen2

    Here Jim goes where he has not gone before with Zen 2 trying to explain what we have seen so far and reflection on how AMD uses benchmarks to profoundly show their best case scenario for performance.
  2. cageymaru

    Linux Application Scaling Featuring 128 Threads from Dual AMD EPYC 7601 Processors

    Michael Larabel of Phoronix has conducted a test of Linux application scaling on up to 128 threads. He chose a Dell PowerEdge R7425 server featuring two AMD EPYC 7601 processors for a total of 64 cores and 128 threads, 512GB of RAM (16 x 32GB DDR4), and 20 x 500GB Samsung 860 EVO SSDs. He ran...
  3. Grimham

    180 and 360 video scaling on WMR

    I can't seem to find an answer to this. When I play a 180 or 360 degree video on my Lenovo Explorer everything looks huge. The people and objects look like giants, some videos are worse than others. I've tried "Mermaid VR" and "Skybox" and have the same issue with both. There seem to be some...
  4. V

    CPU Scaling for HTC Vive?

    I've decided to build a separate computer dedicated to my HTC Vive. I already have a GTX 970 and Z97 motherboard laying around. What do you think is the lowest tier Haswell chip I can get before I run into scaling issues?
  5. FrgMstr

    DX11 vs DX12 Intel CPU Scaling and Gaming Framerate @ [H]

    DX11 vs DX12 Intel CPU Scaling and Gaming Framerate - Last week we set our sights on seeing how well the new DX12 API is able to distribute workloads across multiple CPU cores on a new AMD processor. Today we are going to continue, except this time we will be using an Intel Haswell-E processor...
  6. Q

    Windows 10 window scaling

    After putting up with Windows 8.x for far too long I've done a clean install of Windows 10. I'm very pleased to see that the scaling of individual windows works - at last! - on separate monitors, but it doesn't seem to work if the window straddles two monitors. Is this working as designed or...