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Re: linux mathematica speed

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  • Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2013 05:45:30 -0400 (EDT)
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do you mean OS X windows or microsoft?

I think it's faster on OS X.

Anyhow your talking about a graphics card issue.  It's not due to
linux or mathematica at all.

For hardware issues you need to post graphics card type and whether
you have your drivers installed (meaning, other applications can use
the hw features on the card).

I suspect linux is faster than the other two if it has the hw driver
installed.  I didn't say better.  That depends on many preferencial
and need issues.



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