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ukonrad 02-03-07 04:57 AM

tvout flicker at ~5 fps with driver 9746
 
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Hello, i bought an 8800 gts and try to make seperate X screens on my computer monitor and my panasonic tv ( pal-b here in germany ). All wents fine and i have a picture on my computer monitor and my tv. Only mistake is that the tv output is like switching my tv on and off :-), i mean it looks for me like a framerate of max 5 frames per second. The picture goes visible on and off, when running glxgears on the tv the gears are all in white. I has append the nvidia-bug-report and my Xorg.1.log. Yes, i use it only for testing in the moment and start it manually with Xorg :1 -layout Layout[tv]

Best regards
Uwe Konrad

netllama 02-03-07 09:56 AM

Re: tvout flicker at ~5 fps with driver 9746
 
Does this problem persist if you are not using any of the CPU frequency kernel modules?

ukonrad 02-11-07 03:35 PM

Re: tvout flicker at ~5 fps with driver 9746
 
Sorry for the late answer but i have scratched my linux scsi hd by an f..... mistake. But ... its running again :-). I test this as soon as possible ... i hope next week.

khatovar 03-12-07 08:57 AM

Re: tvout flicker at ~5 fps with driver 9746
 
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Same problem here with a 8800GTX and driver 9746, I didn't try to run glxgears on the tv (quite hard with the output going up and down to see anything in fact), but the tv out is going black and return to the desktop image between 4 and 7 time in a second. Try to use twintview instead of separate device, but still the same, same thing with differrent refresh rate.
It worked fine with my old 6600GT and the driver 8776, with the same tv and nearly the same xorg configuration.

ukonrad 03-24-07 02:31 PM

Re: tvout flicker at ~5 fps with driver 9746
 
Now with driver 1.0-9755 the problem has gone. Thanks


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