Originally Posted by pzgren
Yes. Something to switch my GF 6800 Go to a lower and higher clockrate...
I see no speed improvements here, tested with SPECviewperf. Not really with 1~3 fr/sec more on http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...item=337&num=3
. These are test variations, not more speed.
I don't have SLI in a notebook, no need for a HTML /man version of xyz, UseEdidFreqs was on "yes" before, I do not rotate a LCD,...and so on.
but no up2date nVidia Makefile for modular Xorg in Fedora 5 coming and other things mentoined earlier...
Ok, the driver runs good. But thats all.
You do realise that nvclock is not written by nvidia? In fact in most cases I believe they caution against overclocking (or at least the card manufacturers do). I know you can OC stuff (my BFG card comes OCed out of the box) but its at your own risk. I cant see nvidia providing something potentially damaging.