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Old 03-31-08, 03:42 PM   #9
energyman76b
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Default Re: Poor 2D performance with 8600gt

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Originally Posted by alex1020
I did because it was a rule:
http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=46678

anyway I've uploaded them in another place
the rule was about files too big - and only gzipping them, not tar

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Originally Posted by alex1020
pastebin is not such a great choice - because they delete after a while - the stuff you already attached was good enough.

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Originally Posted by alex1020
hmmz
but I've tested both ubuntu kernels (2.4.22 & 2.4.24) and kernel.org kernel and I had same result with all of them !
Do you need .config of kernel ?
no need for that. Really. Maybe a different kernel would change something, but most probably not. It is not that important anyway. Just.. sad that with so many interrupts available, some boards still mash everything together

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Originally Posted by alex1020
ok I will test it , what about following options ?

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Option "RenderAccel" "True" 
Option "DamageEvents" "True"
Option "TripleBuffer" "True"
I like them.

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Originally Posted by alex1020
I've 2GB of ram and my CPU is Q6600 , I heard there are a lot of applications/packages that they have problem in 64bit system and some of them don't have 64bit support
a well set up 64bit system can use 32bit apps without problems. I have a 64bit system, and 32bit openoffice works without problems. Flash works too. And those two are almost the only problematic ones ....



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Originally Posted by alex1020
Code:
#nvidia-settings -a InitialPixmapPlacement=2 -a GlyphCache=1

  Attribute 'InitialPixmapPlacement' (artin:0.0) assigned value 2.


ERROR: Error parsing assignment 'GlyphCache=1' (Unrecognized attribute name).
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Thank you for taking time and answering to me patiently
you need to install latest drivers. I am sorry not to catch that. Please install the 171 drivers - they should be faster with 2d.
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