AMDGPU-PRO OpenCL vs. NVIDIA 364 Compute Benchmarks On Ubuntu Linux
Coming up in a short while I have some fresh AMDGPU-PRO BETA 2 (the fresh -PRO "hybrid" driver release) for OpenGL graphics performance while here are some quick OpenCL compute metrics.
I tested this new AMDGPU-PRO driver on the GCN 1.2-based Radeon R9 285 (Tonga) and R9 Fury (Fiji) graphics cards and it also worked out fine for the GCN 1.1-based Radeon R9 290. All the tests were done on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with the Linux 4.4 kernel. I compared these latest AMD results to the NVIDIA 364.19 results I did from some recent benchmarks on Phoronix.
Not Just for Computer Nerds: 5 Reasons Linux is a Growing Business Trend
Linux has come out of oblivion, forcing itself onto the realms of digital climate.
This article brings us closer to Linux in five different yet intriguing ways.
No more is it a measure of geekiness, as Linux drives the entrepreneurial wheel with complete control.
Days are gone when this open-source operating platform was more of a luxury with enthusiasts raving about the flexibilities on offer.
Raspberry Pi: Unpacking the latest Raspbian release
Wow, that really is a lot, so I had better get busy! First up, the new Raspbian (and NOOBS) release. This is something I have been waiting for since the Raspberry Pi 3 was announced, because it was obvious that there was still more work to be done to properly support the new hardware. The release announcement from the Raspberry Pi blog outlines the significant changes in the new Raspbian release.
Linux Kernel 3.12.60 LTS Released with ARM and PowerPC Fixes, Updated Drivers
Linux kernel developer Jiri Slaby today, May 24, 2016, announced the release and general availability of the sixtieth maintenance build in long-term supported Linux 3.12 kernel series.