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Old 02-02-07, 11:02 PM   #9
JaXXoN
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Default Re: TwinView - Triple screen/multiple gfx cards support?

Quote:
Originally Posted by urbanslayer
Here is the bug report
I can see that you have three seperate screens rather than
using TwinView. This can be indeed a little bit annoying, because
dragging windows amongst screens causes refresh events
and the content of the window looks distorted for a short while.
However, applying TwinView causes undesired Xinerama information.

I have created a quick&dirty patch for libXinerama to overcome
that problem. For details, please refere to

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show....php?p=1151895


Quote:
Originally Posted by urbanslayer
JaXXon - After seeing the above page, I agree..it is just slightly confusing that on Windows I havent noticed this difference at all.
I guess Windows doesn't cause refresh events for moving windows ...

IMHO, a compositing window manager for Linux (such as beryl) should
basically also overcome that issue, but this feature is not yet available
for Xinerama configurations :-(


Quote:
Originally Posted by urbanslayer
I am currently planning on upgrading, and will most likely get a motherboard that has 2 PCI-E(x16) slots, but I am not planning on running SLI - would I be correct in thinking that if I was not using SLI, I can use Xinerama and use more than 2 screens, in the same kind of config I have now, but with identical gfx cards?
I'm using two 7800GTX cards in an SLI capable mainboard, but configured
as a triple-head setup (since more than a year). The SLI bridge is applied
to the video cards so that i can switch to SLI "on the fly", if necessary.

regards

Bernhard
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