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Old 10-14-09, 10:32 AM   #13
JaXXoN
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Default Re: Which NVIDIA Graphics Cards can display 2048x2048 ?

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Originally Posted by amiga_linux View Post
Is there still an AGP Geforce with I can explain a 2048x2048 resolution?
Seems like that there are only Geforce 6200 cards around as AGP.
Should be good enough for 2D operation, but 3D performance is
lagging quite behind the state of the art. Unfortunately, I can't tell for
sure if those cards are capable of displaying 2048x2048, but I guess
chances are good :-)

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Originally Posted by amiga_linux View Post
I still have a ATI HD-2400 AGP, are the also freely programable like the Geforce? So i can use the ATI Card.
In the early days of Linux, it was always necessary to supply hand-crafted modelines
to the X-Server - the timing database and tools like gtf came much later!
I was actually wondering that you need a special option (ExactModeTimingsDVI)
for the nvidia driver to make the card accepting self-defined modelines.
However, last time I applied a self-build modeline to a non-nvidia card was
ten years ago, but per Xorg docs, it should still be possible to do so, nowerdays.

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Originally Posted by amiga_linux View Post
If now I turn on the repaired Panel, comes in the biology deposited 2K pyramid with the Egyptian eye.
I guess you are referring to some kind of intro-screen of the LCD?

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Originally Posted by amiga_linux View Post
Because I, however, still no source with the correct resolution, I can't say it to functioned not yet whether.
Since you have a pretty unusual setup, I fear you need to do some
experimentation to figure that out

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Originally Posted by amiga_linux View Post
Ps. Sorry for my BAD english. :-)
No need to excuse, IMHO.

Bernhard
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