|12-13-03, 12:42 PM||#1|
geForce 4 Ti 4600
Join Date: Sep 2003
NVIDIA and redhat 8.0
I installed redhat 8.0 last month and i got nvidia drivers and installed it
It works prefectly!
but i have a problem....
i was wondering if there is any program which could be use in linux (redhat 8.0) to change the drivers property ( like windows)
Like changing the
and the image quality
Gaming/Work System :
Hard drive: 160 Gb
VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA 7700Go 512Mb
OS: Windows Vista Home Pre.
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2400+
Hard drive: 30 IDE,120 IDE
VIDEO CARD: Nvidia Geforce 4 Ti 4600
OS: OpenSuse 10.2, Windows 2003
|12-13-03, 03:09 PM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2003
For the things you're talking about, the beta 4620 drivers (see the thread nearby on them) include an 'nvidia-settings' cmd that'll let you change AA, etc. I haven't really tried it other than to look at it, but for overclocking the card, you can search and download one called nvclock, and there's also a graphic (X) version of that one as well. That one works fine (well, I use it anyway )
just recalled the name of the X version of nvclock: It's nvclock_gtk. I think it was part of the nvclock tarball.
Last edited by Papol; 12-13-03 at 03:15 PM.
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