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Old 02-26-06, 02:33 PM   #4
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Default Re: Nvidia slower after resuming from suspend to RAM

Originally Posted by beczka2005
Hmm.. interesting. How do I check and controll what frequency my nvidia card is running at?

Also, I can see you have a similar setup as me (I'm also on gentoo). Would you post your hibernate.conf please?

regarding freq, you may want to try 'nvclock' (nvclock has ebuild). Though I don't know if it gives you real values or reference values.

Funny I dont have a working suspend right now though I patched it with latest suspend2 (coz I am using nvidia driver's own AGPGART and it freezes on resume. Kernel's AGPGART's working but is slower in 3D appz..) . I dont have anything modified in my hibernate.conf from stock hibernate.conf, but I attached it.
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