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Old 12-27-03, 11:47 AM   #7
Moled
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to overclock your card:

http://www.linuxhardware.org/nvclock/

if you want a windows style control pannel:

http://public.pny.com/quadro/FX3000g...-4620-pkg1.run

run it with the --extract-only option, the binary you want is in usr/bin/
copy nvidia-settings to /usr/bin

or look at the readme and do it manually

in your case:

__GL_FSAA_MODE GeForce3, Quadro DCC, GeForce4 Ti, GeForce4 4200 Go,
and Quadro4 700,750,780,900,980 XGL
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
0 FSAA disabled
1 2x Bilinear Multisampling
2 2x Quincunx Multisampling
3 FSAA disabled
4 4x Bilinear Multisampling
5 4x Gaussian Multisampling
6 2x Bilinear Multisampling by 4x Supersampling
7 FSAA disabled

for example
"export __GL_FSAA_MODE=6"

__GL_DEFAULT_LOG_ANISO GeForce3/GeForce4 Ti/GeForce FX Description
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
0 No anisotropic filtering
1 Low anisotropic filtering
2 Medium anisotropic filtering
3 Maximum anisotropic filtering

VBLANK SYNCING

Setting the environment variable __GL_SYNC_TO_VBLANK to a non-zero value
will force glXSwapBuffers to sync to your monitor's vertical refresh rate


as you can see its easiest to use the gui

screenshots: http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...threadid=21848

make sure you also have agp enabled

"cat /proc/driver/nvidia/agp/status"

eg:
Status: Enabled
Driver: AGPGART
AGP Rate: 8x
Fast Writes: Enabled
SBA: Enabled

not really nvidia related but it may be an idea to switch to alsa for sound if your card can do hardware mixing, rather than rely on oss/arts. would mdk 9 use alsa by default?




one thing I find strange from what you have said is that mdk would have installed gcc but not binutils heh
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