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Re: [SLE] How to optimize Nvidia performance
Unfortunately my mobo doesn't support 4x, only 2x. I am aware to the export
commands for vsync and FSAA. I was just looking for more X options and
export commands, etc...

Cheers, Curtis Rey

On Tuesday 15 May 2001 11:04, Matthew Johnson wrote:
> Hopefully my last e-mail got out unto the world. If you get the tarballs
> of the Nvidia kernel you can edit the file os-registry and find the X4 AGP
> rate and others in that particular file. Doing a make make install should
> take care of the rest (as well as a reboot).
>
> To check to make sure that everything is running you can do a cat
> /proc/nv/card0 which will tell you the status of the card and what it is
> running etc.
>
> Matt
>
> On Tue, 15 May 2001, Curtis Rey wrote:
> > Yes, of course. I'm looking for things to optimize the the vram or the
> > agp rate. Tried to ren testgart, but in stall in kde and locks every
> > thing up. Maybe I'll just have to play UT in Ice.
> >
> > Thanks :) Curtis Rey
> >
> > On Tuesday 15 May 2001 03:45, Mark Hounschell wrote:
> > > 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"'
> > >
> > > Section "Device"
> > > BoardName "RivaTNT2"
> > > BusID "1:5:0"
> > > Driver "nvidia" ----- did you change this line from nv to read
> > > nvidia?? -------
> > > Identifier "Device[0]"
> > > Screen 0
> > > VendorName "Nvidia"
> > > EndSection
> >
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