Performance is pretty much meeting expectations when it comes to Standard Computer Usage tasks like web/YouTube/Netflix and I only see a few dropped frames in the "Stats for Nerds" when videos are first started or resume. Hard to believe Hearthstone is so taxing on the HW, tho.
Absolutely amazed I managed to not spray coffee all over my computer. I deserve an award for making no mess after that.
Kid spent a little bit of time in the ROTC basking in "thank you for your service" from people who thought he saw any combat anywhere and boy did he change for the worse after joining.
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I would like to mention in passing that CFS seems to have improved a lot for my own use-cases since I started following all of the alternative CPU schedulers available a while back. The biggest thing I look for is heavy or full load not interrupting my Average Desktop Tasks.
If my audio/video streaming/playback and gkrellm don't lag I'm happy and if my gaming FPS numbers or crypto mining performance increases I'm most pleased indeed.
The latest Project C patchset for the Linux kernel looks like it's done quite a bit of work to the PDS scheduler, which may be re-named since it now uses a bitmap queue data structure. Of course I've gotta game and compile on it to see how it behaves.
BMQ and PDS have both been a long-time interest of mine and I am of course here for any new developments.
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