[Arm-netbook] Should we support libre.computer's efforts at promoting lima?

David Niklas doark at mail.com
Thu Oct 18 02:00:03 BST 2018

On Wed, 17 Oct 2018 19:44:05 -0400
David Niklas <doark at mail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Oct 2018 16:30:17 +0100
> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> wrote:
> > ---
> It's not like an OSH project can purchase a license for closed source
> HW something-or-another libraries, which I've read as being the main
> expense from anandtech (No, I'm not in the field).
> >  if only wanting to reach a target of say producing the design files
> > (HDL), that's a different target entirely as well, and if someone else
> > can take over at that point (and make the actual money selling
> > product), then that's one way to ensure that the goal's reached [but
> > not guarantee financial benefit from it].  
> I assumed at the time, you were talking HDL and with an FPGA for
> hardware backing with basic OpenGL, OpenCL, and 2D driver. No video
> encode/decode HW or Vulkan driver. Not mass produced, just a few
> prototypes. At about the same speed as a good Intel GPU, say a high end
> HD630 series. If you have a more concrete or different idea I'd be glad
> to hear it.

But can it run Crysis? :-)
I *had* to say it!

PS: luke, I aught to have mentioned in my previous email that an Intel
high end HD630 series is 1/3rd as fast as an rx550 and Nvidia 1050 ti, it
is also 1/2 as fast as the 2200G AMD Raven Ridge APU.

Happy returns,

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