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Re: NVMe device driver
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@geennaam

I noticed the nvme driver has disappeared from the OS4Depot. I hope this does not mean that you have abandoned the project...?! I have been waiting for an update as I had to disable the old version because the WB boot hangups were far too frequent.

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@LiveForIt

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But I’m thinking more about benchmarks on Hans webpage,
we are bombarded with 16bit benchmarks from emulation, while most of real hardware uses 32bit modes in the benchmarks. I feel it needs to be split into different categories.

With GfxBench2D, I intended to add some statistical analysis and filtering to the website. So, you'd be able to see the spread of results for similar hardware and software combinations. However, I've never had the time to implement it, nor the money to hire someone else to add it.

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http://hdrlab.org.nz/ - Amiga OS 4 projects, programming articles and more.
https://keasigmadelta.com/ - more of my work
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I noticed the nvme driver has disappeared from the OS4Depot. I hope this does not mean that you have abandoned the project...?! I have been waiting for an update as I had to disable the old version because the WB boot hangups were far too frequent.

Yes, they'll be back. Geennaam said so here.

Hans

http://hdrlab.org.nz/ - Amiga OS 4 projects, programming articles and more.
https://keasigmadelta.com/ - more of my work
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