Re: Nvclock

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On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 23:08, Brian Fahrlander wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 05:55, Wolfgang wrote:
> > On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 18:57, Gio wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > I had the bad idea to try nvclock, which is an overclocking utility for Nvidia 
> > > videocards, and since I don't have anymore direct rendering with my GeForce2 
> > > card. I checked all video configuration files (starting from XF86Config and 
> > > so on) and all XFree packages files but I haven't tried nothing changed among 
> > > them after running nvclock.
> > > Where can I search to have DRI again on my videocard?
> > > TIA
> > > Gio
>     Yeah, Nvidia's DRI is not 'the' DRI, and I've been told repeatedly
> that I should remove all references to DRI in the config file.
>     I've always felt that my FPS were less than anyone else around;
> maybe you're feeling that, too.  I *DID* get a noticeable bump when
> trying the new beta drivers, but after running that (and even
> re-installing the current drivers, twice!) I'm having serious problems
> and getting **5** FPS where I used to get more like 30-40. Weird.

If you are running a Geforce 2 card like you mentioned above, that would
not surprise me, why the FPS's are low.

>     I'd like to compare notes with ya, perhaps off-list until we make
> some kinda breakthrough, if you'd like.  It's not specifically
> Fedora-related, so that'd be a better way to handle it.

Sure if you like.

>     OH: I'm using nvclock...I remember a way to turn ON the SBA-thing
> but I didn't see it as an option..know anything about that?

I don't Use NVclock to modify my XF86Config file. I do it manually. But
, add this line to you /etc/modules.conf file provided the GF2 supports
it. There's is more info relating to this stuff in the Nvidia README
file. I can't remember where it's located but you can get from the
Nvidia web site.

options nvidia NVreg_EnableAGPSBA=1 NVreg_EnableAGPFW=1


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