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R600 Gallium3D Disables LLVM Back-End By Defaultview story

http://www.phoronix.com – Phoronix: R600 Gallium3D Disables LLVM Back-End By Default AMD has decided to disable the LLVM compiler back-end by default within the R600 era Gallium3D graphics driver... http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTY2NjI (HowTos)

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Counting 0-9 and vice versaview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – I've been stuck on this and don't know what to do. I'm trying to make a counter chip (74193) cycle either up or down from 0 - 9, showing the output with a 7 segment display. This counter chip has 4 outputs, so it will count from 0 -15. When counting up, I can make it work properly. (Embedded)

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GPU for software development...view story

http://hardforum.com – I was wondering has anybody build a PC with GPU in it just for software development ? I am in the processes of building a PC for me and I will be using the PC for my software development only. (no gaming).. I have decided to get Intel Core i7 4770K and was wondering should I go with Z87 chipset or H87 or B85 chipset? Basically I can make a game type PC and do some heavy computing .. (Hardware)

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Reversing motor circuit with time on delayview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – I would like to make a circuit (12v) to Start a motor (110v) CW, stop & set time delay on for CCW of a ½ horse motor (typical garage door opener). Objective: 1. Button is pushed and released, operates motor CW to move object. 2. Object moves to desired point hits limit switch and stops motor (circuit resets till button is pushed again) 3. (Embedded)

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Some questions about my dongleview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "So I've bought this Digisol dongle to utilize my new 3G SIM card. Its rated for 14.4..." (Hardware)

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Videos Help Lecher wire demoview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbVbMR6jmSI I hope all you radio enthusiasts get something out of this video. I've had tons of response from the amateur radio community. :) Eric (Embedded)

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Pre Built LED fixture problemsview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – Hello all, this is my first post here and I hope to get some help. I have a pre-built LED fixture from Build My LED. Recently part of the fixture went out, so I am not getting full use of the ridiculously expensive fixture (thankfully I am not the one who purchased this or I would be pissed). (Embedded)

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how to handle an Android (java) string array?view story

http://qt-project.org – I’m trying to use the Qt Android interface, #include <QAndroidJniObject> I’ve got the basic calls working. (HowTos)

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Juniper switch for home use?view story

http://hardforum.com – I am looking into buying this switch for my home network. Now I am not a noob when it comes to networking stuff, but I am not a pro either. Given that it's an enterprise switch, is it going to be hard to set up this switch? How user friendly is Junos? Is there a cheaper alternative which is just as powerful? (Hardware)

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Threads/posts removed?view story

http://hardforum.com – I took time to post some threads/posts that are now removed. Why is that so? This is very frustrating. (Hardware)

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Transistors, Relays, and atTinys, oh my...view story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – I just finished a project for an automated reading lamp to turn on when I sat in my trusty reading chair. The project involved a switch/sensor for when I sat down. An atTiny85 read for the input, and upon receipt, sent an output signal through a transistor, then to a relay. (Embedded)

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Corsair - Are Scrypt ASICs the end of GPU mining?view story

http://hardforum.com – http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/20...20gpu%20mining (Don't think this was posted here yet, since I don't see it.) Quote: Whether these new types of hashing algorithms are able to fend off ASICs temporarily or forever, one thing is for certain, GPU mining is not dead, and will likely never die. (Hardware)