View Single Post
Old 06-29-12, 01:19 PM   #25
vatjjar
Registered User
 
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 2
Default Re: GTX 680 + linux, What is the max pixelclock?

Quote:
Originally Posted by waperboy View Post
295.40 and 295.49 drivers on Linux ignore modelines with pixelclock > 400MHz on GTX 680 as well.

I have this Catleap monitor as well, ran fine at 2560x1440 103Hz on GTX 460. I purchased the 680 purely to get 120Hz, only to hit the wall because of the driver? It is well established that it can be made to perform 120+Hz on Windows.
Waperboy, you seem to have a working linux setup with Catleap monitor. I'm myself running the same monitor with Geforce GTX 670. Setting mode for the native resolution of the panel fails. There are no errors in the logs, so everything seems to be fine, but the display is filled with trash. Vertical color stripes of different colors. I can run VGA resolution just fine. The driver set installed is the latest from NVidia 30x.xx something.

I'm wondering whether the problem is with my xorg.conf, or is this a driver issue. My setup is dual-boot windows, and Windows does not have a problem with my rig.
vatjjar is offline   Reply With Quote