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Re: [SLE] How to optimize Nvidia performance
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The option is "NvAgp" "1"

If you get the tarballs you can edit the .c file os-registry.c in
NVIDIA_kernel-0.9-769 and go through editing the file, then saving and
rebuilding/installing the Kernel. They have disabled some items for a reason
(Ie X4 AGP due to buggy hardware).

Good luck,

Matt

On Monday 14 May 2001 10:09 pm, Curtis Rey wrote:
> I am hoping someone will be able to tell how to optimize the performance of
> my GeForce2-MX. I have the lastest drivers installed, from SuSE and they
> match the current nVidia drivers.
>
> I have loaded X with 'Load "glx" and have set the 'Section "Device"' with
> 'Option "NvAGP" "1"'
>
> I ran '/usr/bin/testgart' and in X is stalls in second test pass. In
> console it ran but after running "KDM" to login to gui the mouse and keybrd
> froze and console message says not using NVRM, using agpgart.
>
> I'd like to know of some resources to help me config the XF86Config and if
> there are any sys tweaks I can do? Also only 8MB is allocated to agp, yet
> agp apeture is open to 32MB.
>
> Thanks and Cheers. Curtis Rey
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