09:33 pmoreau: imirkin: Oh! I thought it was just completely unsupported, that is (somewhat) good news. I'll track down why I hit `assert(val->compMask)` in nv50_ir_ra.cpp:1046; insn is a merge of 2 1-byte values.
14:51 RSpliet: karolherbst: in your shaderdb, what is (in KiB, binary format) the biggest shader you have?
14:52 RSpliet:is talking into the void again...
15:43 Echelon9: Here comes a wave of nouveau PRIME tech support requests: https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/05/nvidia-max-q-laptops-price-details/
15:54 pmoreau: Without reclocking, best to leave the NVIDIA card off.
15:57 RSpliet: A recommended weight of 2.3KG... is that so ambitious for gaming laptops?
15:57 RSpliet: Also, it says nothing about the CPU side... Reckon it might have Ryzen and no PRIME?
16:00 RSpliet: Ah, here's one http://www.techradar.com/reviews/asus-rog-zephyrus
16:03 RSpliet: The closest I can find on batterylife for that thing is pulling "1.4 millimeters of travel" out of context
16:04 RSpliet: after unplugging from mains, you can carry it for 1.4mm before running out of power? :-D
16:11 Tomin: key travel?
22:11 pmoreau: I almost have a solution for the chars, but god is the generated binary awful! 21 regs and 76 insns to move 1 int + 1 long + 1 float from cmem to gmem… --"