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Old 07-22-10, 01:43 AM   #16
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Default Re: Linux driver for GTX 460

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Originally Posted by ashling View Post
This is the exact same behaviour I'm experiencing. Oh btw 195.36.31 seems to work flawless so far.
Oh... I didn't think that version 195.36.31 would support the G104 at all!
But you're right! Works almost perfect! TwinView and OpenGL are working BUT VDPAU is not
And that's one of the main reasons I bought a new card.
Well maybe the next upcoming driver will work again

And BTW:
With 256.35 PowerMizer uses the Performance Level 0 (NV Clock 25 MHz, Memory Clock 135 MHz). It seems to crash when changing Performance Levels.

195.36.31 starts at Performance Level 1 (NV Clock: 405 MHz, Memory Clock: 324 MHz). No crashes when switching.
And when using TwinView, it alsways uses Performance Level 2. Same as Windows.

Is Dual Monitoring this demanding that you have to use the highest Performance Level?
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