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Re: [SuSE Linux] Help: Realy Slow Video with a decent card.
- From: camst65+@xxxxxxxx (Chris Martin)
- Date: Fri, 01 Jan 1999 11:34:32 -0500
- Message-id: <368CF918.BBFF8EBD@xxxxxxxx>
sanj (Sanjay Srikonda) wrote:
> what's the version and name of the server you're running? maybe you need
> to set the horiz and vert rates manually? I couldn't get my Diamond 8Mb
> AGP card up and running correctly until I set these manually.
> On Thu, 31 Dec 1998, Chris Martin wrote:
> > I am running xfree86 3.3.3, and have a STB Velocity 128. It seems that my video
> > just sucks. It is just kinda slow: i.e., when running something simple like
> > xscreensaver, on the cool 3d hacks, it draws like 2 frames a second or something.
> > I am not expecting anything astounding as the card is not exceptional or
> > anything, but everything seemed to have much faster video when I ran windoze.
> > (last time I asked this someone told me to look at the xscreensaver site---no
> > help since the documentation does not address this problem, and more importantly,
> > I think this is not just a problem with xscreensaver but rather something with
> > the way X is using/not using my card.)
Thanks. I am running the standard SVGA server, whatever version came with xfree86
3.3.3 (i am not sure). Where are you talking about changing refresh rates? I
entered those for my monitor manually, but I take it that you are talking about
something under the expert tab in SaX on the video card page. Let me know more plese.
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