test - Tests on Ubuntu 9.10, Intel Pentium 4 3.20GHz, Matrox Millenium P650 PCIe, ASUS P5GD1-VM
multicore - Tests on CentOS 5.2, 4 x AMD Opteron 8354, ATI ES1000
disk - Tests on CentOS 5.2, 4 x AMD Opteron 8354, ATI ES1000
memory - Tests on CentOS 5.2, 4 x AMD Opteron 8354, ATI ES1000
Broadcom Crystal HD Improvements Under Linux: For those that use the Broadcom Crystal HD adapters for video acceleration under Linux, their open-source driver has received a number of improvements just recently...
Broadcom Announces Open-Source 802.11n Driver!: Broadcom wireless network adapters have long been notorious with Linux users since this hardware vendor has not provided any open-source Linux drivers or specifications for their chipsets, even though Broadcom ASICs are dominantly used within today's wireless adapters.
XBMC Gains Crystal HD 1080p Decoding Support: A few days ago XBMC 9.11 was released, but there is already new code that has hit their mainline code repository that will make the next release even more exciting already. Committed to the XBMC SVN trunk repository last night was support for Broadcom's Crystal HD hardware decoding ASIC...