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Old 09-24-10, 04:02 PM   #32
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Default Re: Optimus support for Linux

Originally Posted by hellas66 View Post
I swore years ago that I will only buy nVidia graphics in the future because of its support for Linux.

Now ... after not being to able to report for months anything positive about Optimus on Linux, I can just say that I hope that you will change your mind. My next notebook will have Intel graphics.
+1 for this. I will not be buying nVidia chips any more if the technology they are forcing on vendors isn't going to work properly on my operating system of choice. Even if their isn't the full power saving support enabled - we should at least be able to use the NVIDIA part of the chip...

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