On what grounds ?
> Are you sure your kernel will run faster, not slower?
> Benchmark numbers? Or it's only warm and fuzzy feeling?
The kernel mailing list archives are that way --->
> Warm and fuzzy feelings of kernels compiled for very new processors
> quickly disappear when you try to boot e.g. 486 with them ;)
"Doctor, it hurts when I do this"
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