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Old 05-28-07, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default how to unlock pipes 6800le ubuntu

hi. Im using ubuntu 7.04 and have the gf 6800le agp. When I used win xp I was able to unlock all pipes and vertex shaders. Im looking for a way to do this in linux. im only using ubuntu atm so I cant dual boot to windows.
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Old 05-28-07, 06:27 PM   #2
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Default Re: how to unlock pipes 6800le ubuntu

there is a bios modification script with riva tuner that will modify your bios to keep your pipes and shaders unlocked without any other software. did it along time ago on my 6800le and have had no problems.
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Old 05-29-07, 07:48 AM   #3
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ty for the reply. Ive thought of this solution but that would require me to reinstall windows which Is a hassle Id rather avoid. if anyone have solution which works in Linux pls tell me.
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Old 05-29-07, 09:04 AM   #4
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It works fine using nvclock.
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Old 05-29-07, 11:30 PM   #5
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I tried nv clock but the man pages were very scarce could you pls explain how to do it?

nvclock --help =

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DESCRIPTION
Overclock options:
-b --backend backend Backend to use: coolbits/coolbits2d/coolbits3d/lowlevel (NV3X/NV4X only)
-m --memclk speed Memory clock in MHz
-n --nvclk speed GPU clock in MHz
-r --reset Restore the original speeds
-s --speeds Print current speeds in MHz
-d --debug Enable/Disable clock related debug info
Hardware options:
-c --card number Number of the card to use
-D --Debug Print detailed debug information
-f --force Force support for disbled hardware
-F --fanspeed speed Adjust the fanspeed; speed is a value between 10 and 100, a delta +10/-10 or 'auto'
-P --punit mask Activate extra pixel pipelines. (NV4X only)
-Q --deviceid digit Adjust the last digit of the pci id.
-S --smartdimmer level Adjust brightness of the backlight; level is a value between 15 and 100 or a delta like +10/-10. (NV4X laptops only for now)
-T --temperature Show the GPU temperatures.
-V --vunit mask Activate extra vertex pipelines. (NV4X only)
-i --info Show detailed card info.
NVControl options:
-a --assign Set an option to a value: -a fsaa=4 or -a vibrance[crt-0]
-q --query Get the value for an option: -q fsaa or -q vibrance[crt-0]=63
-l --list Show all available options
-x --xdisplay Choose another X display
Other options:
-h --help Show this help info

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