Unable to disable vsync for XGL
I have been running pretty old 270.x drivers because the newer ones changed the behavior where vsync is enabled by default now (NOOOO).
I have a triple monitor setup at work and it syncs to my lowest refresh rate monitor which is only 48Hz which is horrible for the other two (67Hz and 60 Hz).
I have tried adding:
to my xinitrc and also in kdm's kdmrc file I tried adding:
# Additional environment variables KDM should pass on to all programs it runs.
# LD_LIBRARY_PATH and XCURSOR_THEME are good candidates;
# otherwise, it should not be necessary very often.
# Default is ""
I wonder if its not taking effect as maybe these things environment variables dont work until after X is loaded? That is a problem as XGL is openGL based and what everything runs under and is pretty much the main process which is running =(
Nothing seems to work. beryl bench is still showing 48 FPS which is driving me nuts. With steam for linux coming out I really want to use newer drivers now. Anyone have any ideas on getting around this? An option in /etc/X11/xorg.conf would have been nice for over-riding this default =(
Re: Unable to disable vsync for XGL
I have even verified the environment variables are being set but vsync is still being enabled. Using the old driver I get 200-300 FPS after the first boot and with the newer ones I am stuck at 48 FPS:
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