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Old 01-28-09, 07:54 AM   #38
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Default Re: Xine vdpau announcement

Originally Posted by jusst View Post
The CPU has no influence on VDPAU performance. The deinterlacing is done in the GPU Shader Units so it just depends on the GPU.
thanks for clarification! some people think, it's AMD-CPU dependend and HyperTransport must be fast enough (like HT3 with K10 CPUs) to address memory.

Originally Posted by jusst View Post
Still your GPU should be capable of doing temporal... Is the GPU running in some power save mode maybe?
hmm? i have to check this! now i've made one adaption in my xorg.conf (in device-section --> Option RegistryDwords" "PowerMizerEnable=0x1; PerfLevelSrc=0x3322; PowerMizerDefaultAC=0x1"). this should drive the GPU to "maximal performance". i have to reboot/reload X and nvidia-modules in the evenening. At the moment i'm getting:
nvidia-settings -c :0.0 -q GPUPerfModes -t
perf=0, nvclock=550, memclock=350

nvidia-settings -c :0.0 -q GPUCurrentPerfMode -t
nvidia-settings -c :0.0 -q GPUCurrentPerfLevel -t
nvidia-settings -c :0.0 -q GPUCurrentClockFreqs -t

hmm - i'm not a specialist, but the Geforce 9400GT shoult have 1350 MHz unified shader clock! here i recnognize a value of 350 (but maybe this is something else?)

thanks for driving me in the right direction
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