|12-23-02, 03:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Yet another nV Configurator 0.1.0 released
Yet another nV Configurator 0.1.0 has just been released.
YanC or "Yet another nV Configurator" is a small tool, which you can use to
change the nVidia-specific settings (almost) as easily as with the
Windoze-drivers. You can edit the settings for the AGP-Support, the Cursor
Shadow, the nVidia-Logo, for Digital Vibrance Control and, of course,
Furthermore, YanC offers the possibility to run your OpenGL-applications (e.g.
games) with your favourite settings for antialiasing, anisotropic texture
filtering and vsync to blank without difficult command-line operations.
YanC is currently available in German and English.
More information is available at http://yanc.sourceforge.net/index-en.html
In every stone sleeps a crystal.
nVidia configuration with Linux: http://yanc.ygriega.de
|12-27-02, 12:22 PM||#3|
A GeForced Ant
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: An Ant Farm
How is it so far?
Since I am not at home and I just learned about this utility, how is it? Does it really work? Do we have to restart X if we change settings like enabling TV/disabling TV? I have a Leadtek GeForce4 Ti 4200 VIVO card (128 MB of RAM).
I can't wait to try it when I get home. Thank you in advance.
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