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Old 03-14-08, 01:00 PM   #8
brainkilla
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Default Re: Linux users need a good driver for nvidia products!

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Originally Posted by energyman76b
AND YOU GET DECENT 2D ACCELERATION.

But you are not demanding 'decent' 2d acceleration, you want 'really great' 2d acceleration. It might be a surprise for you, but acceleration 2d is not as easy as it might look like.

btw, could you please point out where NVIDIA is falling behind? Compared to say ATI or MATROX or SIS or S3/VIA or INTEL?
Playing a devil's advocate, a? Well, I do not want 2D acceleration that is 'greater' in any sense than 2D acceleration on Windows machine I use at work - smooth scrolling in Firefox 2, responsive GUI... on a Sempron 3000+ and nVidia 5200, whilst my 3 GHz dual core Athlon64 and nVidia 9600GT are giving me 1999. experience, esp. in Firefox (and that is FF 3, quite a performer when compared to FF2). I think I am entitled to ask, if not demand improved 2D support, as well as a response from someone in charge, not a local smartass...
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