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So far I only have geekbench scores. What I would like is a decent tool I can use that I can use on this site as well. Any ideas?
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So far I only have geekbench scores. What I would like is a decent tool I can use that I can use on this site as well. Any ideas?

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Thanks for the help! In the end I did a Windows build, with linux running virtually, instead of the othercway round. Seems my wireless card is a bit too new to be seen by Linux or Windows, and they only make drivers for Windows atm, and I didn't feel like forcing a workaround.
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Thanks for the help! In the end I did a Windows build, with linux running virtually, instead of the othercway round. Seems my wireless card is a bit too new to be seen by Linux or Windows, and they only make drivers for Windows atm, and I didn't feel like forcing a workaround.

if the drivers are only for windows you can try a windows drivers wrapper for linux. don't need it but it does come preinstalled on LMDE, so reboot from arch later here:

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